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Free Synopsys Webinar: Atomistic Simulations of Defects and Dopants with QuantumATK

Date: 6th of May, 2021
Time 1: 9 AM CEST (Europe) / 12.30 pm IST (India) / 3 pm CST (China) / 4 pm KST (South Korea) / 4 pm JST (Japan)
Time 2: 12 pm EDT (US East Coast) / 9 am PDT (US West Coast)/ 6 pm CEST (Europe)
Duration: 1 hour (including Q&A session)
NOTE: please click on the drop-down menu to choose the most convenient time for you.

Register for the webinar here.



Both native defects and introduced dopants play a key role, whether beneficial or detrimental, in a range of materials and devices. Therefore, advanced semiconductor, solar cell, and other high-tech industries depend crucially on the ability to identify, characterize, and control defects/dopants.
Join this Synopsys webinar to discover how you could benefit from accurate, efficient, and user-friendly atomistic defect/dopant simulations with QuantumATK and their integration with TCAD tools.
•   Discover how to conveniently set up, run, and analyze defect simulations using the QuantumATK NanoLab GUI with an interactive demo.
•   Learn from case studies in advanced semiconductor modeling and development


Participate and gain insights on:

•   Comprehensive characterization of extrinsic (dopants) and intrinsic charged point defects and complex defect clusters in bulk materials and interfaces
           o Calculate defect formation energies and trap levels
           o Use the latest techniques available for accurate and efficient predictions of band gaps and total energies, such as HSE-LCAO, DFT-1/2, and SCAN
•   Defect diffusion in crystalline and amorphous materials
           o Obtain migration barriers and paths using nudged elastic band and accelerated molecular dynamics simulations
•   User-friendly predefined workflows for setting up, running, and analyzing defects using the QuantumATK NanoLab GUI
•   Multiscale modeling going from atomistic to TCAD and then SPICE

Register for the webinar here.

Those with atomic-scale and/or TCAD experience, especially in working with advanced logic, power, and memory technologies, will greatly benefit by attending. Contact us for more information at quantumatk@synopsys.com.

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