nextnano

nextnano is a software suite for the simulation of three-dimensional semiconductor nanostructures. It provides a global insight into a wide range of electronic, optical, and transport characteristics of mesoscopic semiconductor structures, including strain, charging, magnetic fields, and electrolytes. Technically, it provides tools to solve the coupled Schrödinger, Poisson, and semiclassical as well as quantum transport equations in one, two and three spatial dimensions.

 

  • nextnano++ (C++ code)
    nextnano++ website (Documentation, Download)
    This code has been developed at the Walter Schottky Institute in the years 2004-2010.
    It is the successor of the nextnano³ code.
  • nextnano³ (Fortran 2003 code)
    nextnano³ website (Documentation, Download)
    This code has been developed at the Walter Schottky Institute in the years 1999-2010.

Both codes are now maintained, distributed and supported by the company nextnano GmbH.
Contact: support [at] nextnano.de

 

 

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Events & News

22 Nov 2014

Nanoday at the Deutsches Museum !   more

24 Sep 2014

International Workshop “Nanoscale Assembly and Transport in Biosystems” October 7th, 2014 Venue: International Graduate School of Science and Engineering (IGSSE)   more

05 Sep 2014

New research group on diamond quantum sensors   more

17 Jul 2014

The art of photon "bundling"...   more

07 Jul 2014

TUM-IAS Rudolf Diesel Industry Fellowship for Dr. Heike Riel (IBM)   more

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October 13, 2014

Nonlinear interaction and coherent phonon dynamics in electromechanical resonators   more