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Heterogeneous Metamorphic Electronics

In this Area, we focus on the development and application of multiscale modeling tools for Electronic Structure and Transport in Layered 2D Heterostructures and Devices, Heterogeneous systems for Terahertz Electronics, and Thermal Transport in Heterogeneous Systems. We use adaptive multiscale simulation methods, coarse grain models, mesoscale dispersion models, and adaptive multiscale methods for discrete to mesoscale to continuum process modeling. Reduced design models will be developed for heterogeneous metamorphic electronics with multiscale simulation for material parameters. New codes will be developed and existing codes will be used.

 


Faculty Lead: Dr. Michael Shur (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

Vincent Meunier (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

Saroj Nayak (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

Feng Liu (University of Utah)

Pawal Keblinski (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

Enrico Bellotti (Boston University)

Giulia Galli (University of California Davis)


ARL Collaborators

Sergey Rudin (Army Research Laboratory)

Greg Rupper (Army Research Laboratory)

Madan Dubey (Army Research Laboratory)

Terrance O'Regan (Army Research Laboratory)

Frank Crowne (Army Research Laboratory)

Glen Birdwell (Army Research Laboratory)

Michael Wraback (Army Research Laboratory)

Grace Metcalfe (Army Research Laboratory)

Paul Shen (Army Research Laboratory)

Pankaj Shah (Army Research Laboratory)