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Back to Top2016 IEEE 55th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC)
The CDC is recognized as the premier scientific and engineering conference dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practice of systems and control. The CDC annually brings together an international community of researchers and practitioners in the field of automatic control to discuss new research results, perspectives on future developments, and innovative applications relevant to decision making, automatic control, and related areas.
2012 9th International Conference on Electrical Engineering, Computing Science and Automatic Control (CCE 2012)
The principal goal of CCE is to provide a forum for the free discussion and interchange of research and development experiences and ideas in the fields of electricalelectronics, computer science, automatic control. This conference also offers an opportunity for younger researchers and students to meet more experienced colleges from differents parts of the world
2012 International Conference on Mathematical Methods in Electromagnetic Theory (MMET)
MMET is the largest forum of this sort in the Former Soviet Union (FSU). It is famous as efficient interface between the FSU and Western scientists and engineers in the broad area of modeling and simulation of electromagnetic fields including wave propagation, radiation, scattering, guidance, processing, etc. Characteristic feature of MMET is a stronger emphasis on the analytical and mathematical aspects of research into electromagnetics.
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Publishes original and significant contributions relating to the theory, design, performance and reliability of electron devices, including optoelectronics devices, nanoscale devices, solidstate devices, integrated electronic devices, energy sources, power devices, displays, sensors, electromechanical devices, quantum devices and electron tubes.
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All aspects of optical guidedwave science, technology, and engineering in the areas of fiber and cable technologies; active and passive guidedwave componentry (light sources, detectors, repeaters, switches, fiber sensors, etc.); integrated optics and optoelectronics; systems and subsystems; new applications; and unique field trials.
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Back to TopA Versatile Text for the Introductory Computational Physics Course
Eric Ayars Computing in Science & Engineering, 2007
This book review examines an interesting new textbook on scientific programming languages.
From Quantum to Classical Effects in Interactions Between Electrons and Very Intense Laser Beams
Alexandru Popa IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics, 2007
We prove that the Schrodinger equation, written for a closed system composed of an electron and electromagnetic field, has a solution at the classical limit if the dipole approximation is fulfilled and the magnetic potential vector enters in classical form in the Schrodinger equation. Though the above property is valid generally in the case of laser beams, its potential importance ...
Parallel Approach to the Nanothermal Numerical Analysis
Stephane Velou Ble; Adam W. Skorek 2006 Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2006
These paper overviews a numerical parallel approach to the thermal phenomena analysis at the nanoscale level. We are assuming that the effect of a single electron can be important to the thermal phenomena linked to a nanodevice. To illustrate this importance, we are considering the single electron transistor and we are defining the governing equation from which is possible to ...
P. D. Coleman IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, 2000
The generation of coherent electromagnetic radiation across the spectrum has been one of man's major achievements. With the invention of the laser, the microwave and optical spectral range has seen intense activity in both physical and quantum electronics research and engineering. However, the submillimeterterahertz region has been somewhat left behind, partly due to the unique challenges it presents in developing ...
Mean lifetime calculations of quantum well structures: a rigorous analysis
A. K. Ghatak; I. C. Goyal; R. L. Gallawa IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics, 1990
A matrix method that is applicable to an arbitrary potential variation represented by a set of linear functions such as multiple quantum well structures in the presence of a static electric field is described. An analytical expression for the mean lifetime of the quasibound state of a single quantum well in the presence of a static electric field is obtained
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A Versatile Text for the Introductory Computational Physics Course
Eric Ayars Computing in Science & Engineering, 2007
This book review examines an interesting new textbook on scientific programming languages.
From Quantum to Classical Effects in Interactions Between Electrons and Very Intense Laser Beams
Alexandru Popa IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics, 2007
We prove that the Schrodinger equation, written for a closed system composed of an electron and electromagnetic field, has a solution at the classical limit if the dipole approximation is fulfilled and the magnetic potential vector enters in classical form in the Schrodinger equation. Though the above property is valid generally in the case of laser beams, its potential importance ...
Parallel Approach to the Nanothermal Numerical Analysis
Stephane Velou Ble; Adam W. Skorek 2006 Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2006
These paper overviews a numerical parallel approach to the thermal phenomena analysis at the nanoscale level. We are assuming that the effect of a single electron can be important to the thermal phenomena linked to a nanodevice. To illustrate this importance, we are considering the single electron transistor and we are defining the governing equation from which is possible to ...
P. D. Coleman IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, 2000
The generation of coherent electromagnetic radiation across the spectrum has been one of man's major achievements. With the invention of the laser, the microwave and optical spectral range has seen intense activity in both physical and quantum electronics research and engineering. However, the submillimeterterahertz region has been somewhat left behind, partly due to the unique challenges it presents in developing ...
Mean lifetime calculations of quantum well structures: a rigorous analysis
A. K. Ghatak; I. C. Goyal; R. L. Gallawa IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics, 1990
A matrix method that is applicable to an arbitrary potential variation represented by a set of linear functions such as multiple quantum well structures in the presence of a static electric field is described. An analytical expression for the mean lifetime of the quasibound state of a single quantum well in the presence of a static electric field is obtained
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The Schrödinger equation is at the heart of quantum mechanics. This chapter provides a brief introduction to quantum simulation using FDTD. The same basic methods used to simulate Maxwell's equations can be used to simulate the Schrödinger equation. Tunneling is a purely quantum mechanical phenomenon. Tunneling plays a significant role in many modern electronic devices. The chapter ends with a discussion of why semiconductors have energy bands.

Examples of Electromagnetic Simulation Using FDTD
This chapter presents three examples of electromagnetic (EM) simulation that illustrate the power and flexibility of the FDTD method. First, it describes a onedimensional simulation of an optical pulse in a nonlinear material similar to material in a nonlinear optical fiber. Then, it discusses the use of the FDTD method in characterizing a twodimensional electromagnetic structure. It finds the eigenfrequencies and corresponding eigenfunctions of the Schrödinger equation in nanoscale quantum structures. Finally, the chapter explains a threedimensional simulation of LC radio frequency (RF) coils, and describes how signalprocessing techniques can be used in characterizing the LC loop.
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