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Navigating the Quantum Landscape: a Simulation Study of Electron Transport in .4 Devices

EasyChair Preprint no. 11999

8 pagesDate: February 10, 2024


In the pursuit of advancing electronic devices to the quantum realm, this study delves into the intricacies of electron transport in devices with a characteristic size of 0.4 nanometers. Leveraging advanced simulation techniques, we investigate the quantum effects that govern electron behavior at such minuscule scales. Our simulations employ cutting-edge quantum mechanics models to elucidate the fundamental principles governing electron transport within the 0.4-nanometer devices. We explore the impact of quantum tunneling, wave-particle duality, and other quantum phenomena on the overall device performance. The study not only provides a comprehensive analysis of electron behavior in these ultra-small devices but also sheds light on potential challenges and opportunities in the development of quantum-based technologies. Furthermore, we examine how material properties and device architecture influence electron transport, offering insights into optimizing quantum devices for enhanced performance. The findings from this research contribute to the evolving landscape of quantum electronics, paving the way for the design and fabrication of next-generation devices that harness the unique capabilities offered by quantum mechanics.

Keyphrases: 0.4 devices, electron transport, electronic performance, quantum computing, quantum landscape, quantum simulation

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  author = {Deep Himmatbhai Ajabani},
  title = {Navigating the Quantum Landscape: a Simulation Study of Electron Transport in .4 Devices},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 11999},

  year = {EasyChair, 2024}}
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