Mihail Nedjalkov, PhD Phys.,  D.Sc. Math.
Mihail Nedjalkov, PhD Phys., D.Sc. Math.
IICT, BAS and IuE, TU Wien
Verified email at
Cited by
Cited by
Unified particle approach to Wigner-Boltzmann transport in small semiconductor devices
M Nedjalkov, H Kosina, S Selberherr, C Ringhofer, DK Ferry
Physical Review B 70 (11), 115319, 2004
Modeling thermal effects in nanodevices
K Raleva, D Vasileska, SM Goodnick, M Nedjalkov
IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices 55 (6), 1306-1316, 2008
Theory of the Monte Carlo method for semiconductor device simulation
H Kosina, M Nedjalkov, S Selberherr
IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices 47 (10), 1898-1908, 2000
A Monte Carlo solution of the Wigner transport equation
F Rossi, C Jacoboni, M Nedjalkov
Semiconductor Science and Technology 9 (5S), 934, 1994
An introduction to applied quantum mechanics in the Wigner Monte Carlo formalism
JM Sellier, M Nedjalkov, I Dimov
Physics Reports 577, 1-34, 2015
Wigner quasi-particle attributes—an asymptotic perspective
M Nedjalkov, P Schwaha, S Selberherr, JM Sellier, D Vasileska
Applied Physics Letters 102 (16), 2013
Wigner function approach
M Nedjalkov, D Querlioz, P Dollfus, H Kosina
Nano-Electronic Devices: Semiclassical and Quantum Transport Modeling, 289-358, 2011
Wigner transport models of the electron-phonon kinetics in quantum wires
M Nedjalkov, D Vasileska, DK Ferry, C Jacoboni, C Ringhofer, I Dimov, ...
Physical Review B 74 (3), 035311, 2006
The Wigner function in science and technology
DK Ferry, M Nedjalkov
IoP Publishing, 2018
A benchmark study of the Wigner Monte Carlo method
JM Sellier, M Nedjalkov, I Dimov, S Selberherr
Monte Carlo Methods and Applications 20 (1), 43-51, 2014
Iteration approach for solving the Boltzmann equation with the Monte Carlo method
M Nedjalkov, P Vitanov
Solid-state electronics 32 (10), 893-896, 1989
Physical scales in the Wigner–Boltzmann equation
M Nedjalkov, S Selberherr, DK Ferry, D Vasileska, P Dollfus, D Querlioz, ...
Annals of Physics 328, 220-237, 2013
Convergency of the Monte Carlo algorithm for the solution of the Wigner quantum-transport equation
M Nedjalkov, I Dimov, F Rossi, C Jacoboni
Mathematical and computer modelling 23 (8-9), 159-166, 1996
Impact of self-heating on the statistical variability in bulk and SOI FinFETs
L Wang, AR Brown, M Nedjalkov, C Alexander, B Cheng, C Millar, ...
IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices 62 (7), 2106-2112, 2015
A Monte Carlo method seamlessly linking quantum and classical transport calculations
H Kosina, M Nedjalkov, S Selberherr
Journal of Computational Electronics 2, 147-151, 2003
3D coupled electro-thermal FinFET simulations including the fin shape dependence of the thermal conductivity
L Wang, AR Brown, M Nedjalkov, C Alexander, B Cheng, C Millar, ...
2014 International Conference on Simulation of Semiconductor Processes and …, 2014
Wigner function-based device modeling
H Kosina, M Nedjalkov
Handbook of Theoretical and Computational Nanotechnology 10, 731-763, 2005
The stationary Monte Carlo method for device simulation. I. Theory
H Kosina, M Nedjalkov, S Selberherr
Journal of Applied Physics 93 (6), 3553-3563, 2003
Femtosecond relaxation of hot electrons by phonon emission in presence of electric field
TV Gurov, M Nedjalkov, PA Whitlock, H Kosina, S Selberherr
Physica B: Condensed Matter 314 (1-4), 301-304, 2002
A Wigner equation with quantum electron–phonon interaction
M Nedjalkov, H Kosina, R Kosik, S Selberherr
Microelectronic Engineering 63 (1-3), 199-203, 2002
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20