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Simulation and transport studies on quantum dots with variable shape

Maulerova, Vendula LU (2017) FYSK02 20171
Solid State Physics
Department of Physics
Abstract
This work aims to study the electron transport in quantum dots defined by wurtzite segments in otherwise zinc-blende InAs nanowires. The electronic circuit consists of the nanowire, the source, drain and the three additional gates. We use the Constant-Interaction model to describe various electronic properties of the single and double parallel quantum dot. We relate the measurement outcomes to the possible shapes the of the quantum dots and we claim the appearance of parallel double dot in the system. Furthermore, we investigate SIMON simulation tool for electric transport and we aim to reproduce the outcomes of the measurements within the limits of the software.
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Maulerova, Vendula LU
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FYSK02 20171
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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English
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8916402
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  abstract     = {This work aims to study the electron transport in quantum dots defined by wurtzite segments in otherwise zinc-blende InAs nanowires. The electronic circuit consists of the nanowire, the source, drain and the three additional gates. We use the Constant-Interaction model to describe various electronic properties of the single and double parallel quantum dot. We relate the measurement outcomes to the possible shapes the of the quantum dots and we claim the appearance of parallel double dot in the system. Furthermore, we investigate SIMON simulation tool for electric transport and we aim to reproduce the outcomes of the measurements within the limits of the software.},
  author       = {Maulerova, Vendula},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Simulation and transport studies on quantum dots with variable shape},
  year         = {2017},
}