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 ===== Biography ===== ===== Biography =====
 Siegfried Selberherr was born in Klosterneuburg,​ Austria, in 1955. He received the degree of Diplomingenieur in electrical engineering and the doctoral degree in technical sciences from the Technische Universität Wien in 1978 and 1981, respectively. Prof. Selberherr has been holding the venia docendi on Computer-Aided Design since 1984. From 1988 to 1999 he was the Head of the Institute for Microelectronics. From 1998 to 2005 he served as Dean of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology. His current research topics are modeling and simulation of problems for microelectronics engineering. Siegfried Selberherr was born in Klosterneuburg,​ Austria, in 1955. He received the degree of Diplomingenieur in electrical engineering and the doctoral degree in technical sciences from the Technische Universität Wien in 1978 and 1981, respectively. Prof. Selberherr has been holding the venia docendi on Computer-Aided Design since 1984. From 1988 to 1999 he was the Head of the Institute for Microelectronics. From 1998 to 2005 he served as Dean of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology. His current research topics are modeling and simulation of problems for microelectronics engineering.
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 +  * [[Mihail (Mixi) Nedjalkov]],​ [[Josef Weinbub]], Mauro Ballicchia, [[Siegfried Selberherr]],​ [[Ivan Dimov]], and [[David K. Ferry]], [[https://​journals.aps.org/​prb/​abstract/​10.1103/​PhysRevB.99.014423|Wigner equation for general electromagnetic fields: The Weyl-Stratonovich transform]],​ Phys. Rev. B **99**, ​ 014423 (2019)
 +  * M. Benam, [[Mihail (Mixi) Nedjalkov]],​ [[Siegfried Selberherr]],​ [[https://​link.springer.com/​chapter/​10.1007%2F978-3-030-10692-8_29|A Wigner Potential Decomposition in the Signed-Particle Monte Carlo Approach]], in: Numerical Methods and Applications,​ Lecture Notes in Computer Science **11189**, 263 (2019)
 +  * [[Mihail (Mixi) Nedjalkov]],​ [[Paul Ellinghaus]],​ [[Josef Weinbub]], Toufik Sadi, Asen Asenov, [[Ivan Dimov]], and [[Siegfried Selberherr]],​ [[https://​www.sciencedirect.com/​science/​article/​pii/​S0010465518300821?​via%3Dihub|Stochastic Analysis of Surface Roughness Models in Quantum Wires]], Comp. Phys. Commun. **228**, 30 (2018)
 +  * [[Josef Weinbub]], [[David K. Ferry]], [[Irena Knezevic]], [[Mihail (Mixi) Nedjalkov]],​ and [[Siegfried Selberherr]],​ [[http://​www.iue.tuwien.ac.at/​pdf/​ib_2017/​hashed_links/​p54PChrcQOaqwqrCY_us.pdf|Book of Abstracts of the 2nd International Wigner Workshop (IW2)]] (TU Wien, 2017)
 +  * [[Paul Ellinghaus]],​ [[Josef Weinbub]], [[Mihail (Mixi) Nedjalkov]] and [[Siegfried Selberherr]],​ [[https://​onlinelibrary.wiley.com/​doi/​abs/​10.1002/​pssr.201700102|Analysis of Lense-Governed Wigner Signed Particle Quantum Dynamics]], Phys. Stat. Sol. RRL **11**, 1700102 (2017)
 +  * [[Ivan Dimov]], [[Mihail (Mixi) Nedjalkov]],​ J.M. Sellier, [[Siegfried Selberherr]],​ [[https://​link.springer.com/​chapter/​10.1007%2F978-3-319-23413-7_97|Neumann Series Analysis of the Wigner Equation Solution]], in: Progress in Industrial Mathematics,​ The European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry **22**, 701 (2016)
 +  * [[Mihail (Mixi) Nedjalkov]],​ [[Josef Weinbub]], [[Paul Ellinghaus]],​ and [[Siegfried Selberherr]],​ [[https://​link.springer.com/​article/​10.1007%2Fs10825-015-0732-y|The Wigner Equation in the Presence of Electromagnetic Potentials]],​ J. Comp. Electron. **14**, 888 (2015)
 +  * [[Paul Ellinghaus]],​ [[Josef Weinbub]], [[Mihail (Mixi) Nedjalkov]],​ [[Siegfried Selberherr]],​ and [[Ivan Dimov]], [[https://​link.springer.com/​article/​10.1007%2Fs10825-014-0635-3|Distributed-Memory Parallelization of the Wigner Monte Carlo Method Using Spatial Domain Decomposition]],​ J. Comp. Electron. **14**, 151 (2015)
 +  * J.M. Sellier, [[Mihail (Mixi) Nedjalkov]],​ [[Ivan Dimov]], and [[Siegfried Selberherr]],​ [[https://​www.sciencedirect.com/​science/​article/​abs/​pii/​S0378475414001530?​via%3Dihub|A Comparison of Approaches for the Solution of the Wigner Equation]], Math. Comp. Sim. **107**, 108 (2015)
 +  * [[Ivan Dimov]], [[Mihail (Mixi) Nedjalkov]],​ J.M. Sellier, and [[Siegfried Selberherr]],​ [[https://​link.springer.com/​article/​10.1007%2Fs10825-015-0720-2|Boundary Conditions and the Wigner Equation Solution]], J. Comp. Electron. **14**, 859 (2015)
 +  * [[Paul Ellinghaus]],​ [[Mihail (Mixi) Nedjalkov]],​ and [[Siegfried Selberherr]],​ [[https://​link.springer.com/​chapter/​10.1007%2F978-3-319-15585-2_3|Optimized Particle Regeneration Scheme for the Wigner Monte Carlo Method]], in: Numerical Methods and Applications,​ Lecture Notes in Computer Science **8962**, 27 (2015)
 +  * J.M. Sellier, S. Amoroso, [[Mihail (Mixi) Nedjalkov]],​ [[Siegfried Selberherr]],​ Asen Asenov, and [[Ivan Dimov]], [[https://​www.sciencedirect.com/​science/​article/​pii/​S0378437113011862?​via%3Dihub|Electron Dynamics in Nanoscale Transistors by Means of Wigner and Boltzmann Approaches]],​ Physica A **398**, 194 (2014)
 +  * J.M. Sellier, [[Mihail (Mixi) Nedjalkov]],​ [[Ivan Dimov]], and [[Siegfried Selberherr]],​ [[https://​link.springer.com/​chapter/​10.1007%2F978-3-662-43880-0_20|The Role of Annihilation in a Wigner Monte Carlo Approach]], in: Large-Scale Scientific Computing, Lecture Notes in Computer Science **8353**, 186 (2014)
 +  * J.M. Sellier, [[Mihail (Mixi) Nedjalkov]],​ [[Ivan Dimov]], and [[Siegfried Selberherr]],​ [[https://​www.degruyter.com/​view/​j/​mcma.2014.20.issue-1/​mcma-2013-0018/​mcma-2013-0018.xml|A Benchmark Study of the Wigner Monte Carlo Method]], Mon. Carl. Meth. Appl. **20**, 43 (2014)
 +  * [[Mihail (Mixi) Nedjalkov]],​ P. Schwaha, [[Siegfried Selberherr]],​ J.M. Sellier, and [[Dragica Vasileska]],​ [[https://​aip.scitation.org/​doi/​10.1063/​1.4802931|Wigner Quasi-Particle Attributes - An Asymptotic Perspective]],​ Appl. Phys. Lett. **102**, 163113 (2013)
 +  * P. Schwaha, [[Damien Querlioz]], [[Philippe Dollfus]], J. Saint-Martin,​ [[Mihail (Mixi) Nedjalkov]],​ and [[Siegfried Selberherr]],​ [[https://​link.springer.com/​article/​10.1007%2Fs10825-013-0480-9|Decoherence Effects in the Wigner Function Formalism]],​ J. Comput. Electron. **12**, 388 (2013)
 +  * [[Mihail (Mixi) Nedjalkov]],​ [[Siegfried Selberherr]],​ [[David K. Ferry]], [[Dragica Vasileska]],​ [[Philippe Dollfus]], [[Damien Querlioz]], [[Ivan Dimov]], and P. Schwaha, [[https://​www.sciencedirect.com/​science/​article/​pii/​S0003491612001558?​via%3Dihub|Physical Scales in the Wigner-Boltzmann Equation]], Ann. Phys. **328**, 220 (2012)
 +  * V. Sverdlov, T. Grasser, [[Hans Kosina]], and [[Siegfried Selberherr]],​ [[https://​link.springer.com/​article/​10.1007%2Fs10825-006-0041-6|Scattering and Space-Charge Effects in Wigner Monte Carlo Simulations of Single and Double Barrier Devices]], ​ J. Comp. Electron. **5**, 447 (2006)
 +  * V. Sverdlov, A. Gehring, [[Hans Kosina]], and [[Siegfried Selberherr]],​ [[https://​www.sciencedirect.com/​science/​article/​pii/​S003811010500198X?​via%3Dihub|Quantum Transport in Ultra-Scaled Double-Gate MOSFETs: A Wigner Function-Based Monte Carlo Approach]], Sol. Stat. Electron. **49**, 1510 (2005)
 +  * [[Hans Kosina]], [[Mihail (Mixi) Nedjalkov]],​ and [[Siegfried Selberherr]],​ [[https://​www.degruyter.com/​view/​j/​mcma.2004.10.issue-3-4/​mcma.2004.10.3-4.359/​mcma.2004.10.3-4.359.xml|Solution of the Space-dependent Wigner Equation Using a Particle Model]], Mon. Carl. Meth. Appl. **10**, 359 (2004)
 +  * [[Mihail (Mixi) Nedjalkov]],​ E. Atanassov, [[Hans Kosina]], and [[Siegfried Selberherr]],​ [[https://​www.degruyter.com/​view/​j/​mcma.2004.10.issue-3-4/​mcma.2004.10.3-4.461/​mcma.2004.10.3-4.461.xml|Operator-Split Method for Variance Reduction in Stochastic Solutions of the Wigner Equation]], Mon. Carl. Meth. Appl. **10**, 461 (2004)
 +  * [[Mihail (Mixi) Nedjalkov]],​ [[Hans Kosina]], [[Siegfried Selberherr]],​ [[Christian Ringhofer]],​ and [[David K. Ferry]], [[https://​journals.aps.org/​prb/​abstract/​10.1103/​PhysRevB.70.115319|Unified Particle Approach to Wigner-Boltzmann Transport in Small Semiconductor Devices]], Phys. Rev. B **70**, 115319 (2004)
 +  * [[Mihail (Mixi) Nedjalkov]],​ [[Hans Kosina]], E. Ungersboeck,​ and [[Siegfried Selberherr]],​ [[https://​iopscience.iop.org/​article/​10.1088/​0268-1242/​19/​4/​076|A Quasi-Particle Model of the Electron-Wigner Potential Interaction]],​ Semicon. Sci. Techn. **19**, 226 (2004)
 +  * [[Mihail (Mixi) Nedjalkov]],​ [[Hans Kosina]], and [[Siegfried Selberherr]],​ [[https://​www.sciencedirect.com/​science/​article/​abs/​pii/​S0026269203000697?​via%3Dihub|Stochastic Interpretation of the Wigner Transport in Nanostructures]],​ Microelectron. J. **34**, 443 (2003)
 +  * [[Mihail (Mixi) Nedjalkov]],​ [[Hans Kosina]], [[Robert Kosik]], and [[Siegfried Selberherr]],​ [[https://​link.springer.com/​article/​10.1023%2FA%3A1020799224110|Space Dependent Wigner Equation Including Phonon Interaction]],​ J. Comput. Electron. **1**, 27 (2002)
 +  * [[Mihail (Mixi) Nedjalkov]],​ [[Hans Kosina]], [[Robert Kosik]], and [[Siegfried Selberherr]],​ [[https://​www.sciencedirect.com/​science/​article/​abs/​pii/​S0167931702006251?​via%3Dihub|A Wigner Equation with Quantum Electron-Phonon Interaction]],​ Microelectron. Engin. **63**, 199 (2002)
  
  
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