Author Topic: Can I simulate electrical transport in graphene with phonon scattering  (Read 1112 times)

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Offline yasin

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Hi,

I am wondering if ATK can simulate the electrical transport in graphene with phonon scattering.

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Offline kstokbro

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We do currently not have a module which include phonon scattering

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is this still true?
Is it possible to do scba with phonon?  is there example for it ?  thanks !

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No, it is not still true, QuantumATK has had a module for inelastic transport calculations for quite a long time, see https://docs.quantumatk.com/tutorials/inelastic_current_in_si_pn_junction/inelastic_current_in_si_pn_junction.html.

The one-shot SCBA is a newer model introduced in the last release, and I think a tutorial is still missing. I would anyway start with the "basic" version as in the older tutorial linked above