A field effect transistor having the active area made of monolayer graphene is simulated by a drift-diffusion model coupled with the Poisson equation. The adopted geometry, already proposed in (Nastasi and Romano in IEEE Trans. Electron. Devices 68:4729–4734, 2021, https://doi.org/10.1109/TED.2021.3096492), gives a good current-ON/current-OFF ratio as it is evident in the simulations. In this paper, we compare the numerical simulations of the standard (non-degenerate) drift-diffusion model, that includes the Einstein diffusion coefficient, with the degenerate case.

Drift-diffusion models for the simulation of a graphene field effect transistor

Nastasi G.
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Romano V.
2022

Abstract

A field effect transistor having the active area made of monolayer graphene is simulated by a drift-diffusion model coupled with the Poisson equation. The adopted geometry, already proposed in (Nastasi and Romano in IEEE Trans. Electron. Devices 68:4729–4734, 2021, https://doi.org/10.1109/TED.2021.3096492), gives a good current-ON/current-OFF ratio as it is evident in the simulations. In this paper, we compare the numerical simulations of the standard (non-degenerate) drift-diffusion model, that includes the Einstein diffusion coefficient, with the degenerate case.
Graphene FET, Drift-diffusion model, Graphene
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