Kurt Stokbro will give a plenary presentation on atomic-scale modeling of nano-devices at ICAEE '14 the International Conference on Advances in Electrical Engineering on January 9-11 in Vellore, India.
QuantumWise will attend TMCS IV the fourth conference onTheory, Modelling and Computational Methods for Semiconductors and their heterostructures on January 22-24, 2014 in Manchester, UK.
Atomic-scale simulation software for nanoscience
Atomistix ToolKit (ATK) is a software package that offers unique capabilities for simulating nanostructures on the atomic scale
NEGF simulations to study transport properties like I-V characteristics of nanoelectronic devices
Powerful combination of DFT, semi-empirical tight-binding, classical potentials in the same package
Advanced graphical user interface for building complicated structures like interfaces and transport systems
Plugin-based platform which can interface with external codes
Python scripting interface
The software is used by over 150 research groups at leading universities, government labs, and companies around the world, in a wide range of application areas. Since 2006, more than 600 scientific articles have been published using ATK. With its graphical user interface, ATK is also an ideal tool for teaching basic concepts of nanotechnology, solid state physics, etc.
Why use ATK? Watch and learn! (Click player to enlarge)