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Hans Kosina


Hans Kosina received the Diplomingenieur degree in electrical engineering and PhD from the Technische Universität Wien in 1987 and 1992, respectively. He was with the Institute of Flexible Automation at the Technische Universität Wien for one year and then joined the Institute for Microelectronics, where he is currently an associate professor. He received the venia docendi in microelectronics in 1998. In the summer of 1993, he was a visiting scientist at Motorola Inc., Austin, Texas, and in the summer of 1999, a visiting scientist at Intel Corp., Santa Clara, California. Dr. Kosina served as a Technical Program Committee member in the IEEE International Workshop on Computational Electronics in 2003 and 2004 and was chairman of the 11th International Workshop on Computational Electronics held in Vienna in May 2006. He has served as the Associate Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Circuits and Systems since January 2004. His current research interests include the device modeling of semiconductor devices, nanoelectronic devices, organic semiconductors and optoelectronic devices, the development of novel Monte Carlo algorithms for classical and quantum transport problems, and computer-aided engineering in ULSI-technology.

Wigner-specific research


M. Nedjalkov, H. Kosina, P. Schwaha: “Device Modeling in the Wigner Picture”; Journal of Computational Electronics, 9, (2010), 218 - 223 doi:10.1007/s10825-010-0316-9.

H. Kosina: “Nanoelectronic Device Simulation Based on the Wigner Function Formalism”; International Journal of High Speed Electronics and Systems, 17, (2007), 475 - 484.

H. Kosina: “Wigner function approach to nano device simulation”; International Journal of Computational Science and Engineering, 2, (2006), 100 - 118.

V. Sverdlov, T. Grasser, H. Kosina, S. Selberherr: “Scattering and Space-Charge Effects in Wigner Monte Carlo Simulations of Single and Double Barrier Devices”; Journal of Computational Electronics, 5, (2006), 447 - 450 doi:10.1007/s10825-006-0041-6.

A. Gehring, H. Kosina: “Wigner Function-Based Simulation of Quantum Transport in Scaled DG-MOSFETs Using a Monte Carlo Method”; Journal of Computational Electronics, 4, (2005), 67 - 70.

V. Sverdlov, A. Gehring, H. Kosina, S. Selberherr: “Quantum Transport in Ultra-Scaled Double-Gate MOSFETs: A Wigner Function-Based Monte Carlo Approach”; Solid-State Electronics, 49, (2005), 1510 - 1515 doi:10.1016/j.sse.2005.07.013.

H. Kosina, M Nedjalkov, S. Selberherr: “Solution of the Space-dependent Wigner Equation Using a Particle Model”; Monte Carlo Methods and Applications, 10, (2004), 359 - 368 doi:10.1515/mcma.2004.10.3-4.359.

M. Nedjalkov, E. Atanassov, H. Kosina, S. Selberherr: “Operator-Split Method for Variance Reduction in Stochastic Solutions for the Wigner Equation”; Monte Carlo Methods and Applications, 10, (2004), 461 - 468 doi:10.1515/mcma.2004.10.3-4.461.

M. Nedjalkov, H. Kosina, S. Selberherr, Ch. Ringhofer, D.K. Ferry: “Unified Particle Approach to Wigner-Boltzmann Transport in Small Semiconductor Devices”; Physical Review B, 70, (2004), 1 - 16 doi:10.1103/PhysRevB.70.115319.

M. Nedjalkov, H. Kosina, E. Ungersböck, S. Selberherr: “A Quasi-Particle Model of the Electron-Wigner Potential Interaction”; Semiconductor Science and Technology, 19, (2004), 226 - 228 doi:10.1088/0268-1242/19/4/076.

M. Nedjalkov, H. Kosina, S. Selberherr: “Stochastic Interpretation of the Wigner Transport in Nanostructures”; Microelectronics Journal, 34, (2003), 443 - 445 doi:10.1016/S0026-2692(03)00069-7.

M. Nedjalkov, H. Kosina, R. Kosik, S. Selberherr: “A Space Dependent Wigner Equation Including Phonon Interaction”; Journal of Computational Electronics, 1, (2002), 27 - 31 doi:10.1023/A:1020799224110.

M. Nedjalkov, H. Kosina, R. Kosik, S. Selberherr: “A Wigner Equation with Quantum Electron-Phonon Interaction”; Microelectronic Engineering, 63, (2002), 199 - 203 doi:10.1016/S0167-9317(02)00625-1.

Book Contributions

M. Nedjalkov, D. Querlioz, P. Dollfus, H. Kosina: “Wigner Function Approach”; in “Nano-Electronic Devices: Semiclassical and Quantum Transport Modeling”, D. Vasileska, S.M. Goodnick (ed); Springer, (invited) 2011, ISBN: 978-1-4419-8839-3, 289 - 358 doi:10.1007/978-1-4419-8840-9_5.

H. Kosina: “Nanoelectronic Device Simulation Based on the Wigner Function Formalism”; in “Physics and Modeling of Tera- and Nano-Devices”, World Scientific Publishing Co., Singapore, 2008, ISBN: 978-981-277-904-5, 31 - 40.

M. Nedjalkov, H. Kosina, D. Vasileska: “Wigner Ensemble Monte Carlo: Challenges of 2D Nano-Device Simulation”; in “Lecture Notes in Computer Science Vol. 4818”, I. Lirkov, S. Margenov, J. Wasniewski (ed); Springer-Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg, 2008, ISBN: 978-80-86407-12-8, 139 - 147.

V. Sverdlov, H. Kosina, T. Grasser, S. Selberherr: “Self-Consistent Wigner Monte Carlo Simulations of Current in Emerging Nanodevices: Role of Tunneling and Scattering”; in “28th International Conference on the Physics of Semiconductors”, American Institute of Physics, 2007, ISBN: 978-0-7354-0397-0, 1395 - 1396 doi:10.1063/1.2730425.

H. Kosina, M. Nedjalkov: “Wigner Function-Based Device Modeling”; in “Handbook of Theoretical and Computational Nanotechnology”, issued by Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe; American Scientific Publishers, Los Angeles, 2006, ISBN: 1-58883-042-x, 731 - 763.

M. Nedjalkov, H. Kosina, S. Selberherr: “A Weight Decomposition Approach to the Sign Problem in Wigner Transport Simulations”; in “Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 2907”, I. Lirkov, S. Margenov, J. Wasniewski, P. Yalamov (ed); Springer, 2003, ISBN: 3-540-21090-3, 178 - 184.


  • Professor, Institute for Microelectronics, TU Wien, Austria


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