AMaSiS 2018: Applied Mathematics and Simulation for Semiconductors
WIAS Berlin, October 8-10, 2018
The workshop is devoted to modeling, mathematical analysis, and numerical schemes for the simulation of semiconductor devices and charge transport in electrolytes and other physical or biological systems. The focus is on the treatment of multiple scales, the interplay of electronic, optical, thermal, fluidic and other effects in advanced device concepts and novel material systems. The emphasis is on the mathematics involved in all this. The topics are
Mathematical modeling of materials, interfaces and devices: semiconductor nanostructures, and novel material systems — embedding of fine scale models into semi-classical approaches — kinetic models for semiconductor composites with complex fine structure — bulk-interface coupling — multiphysics modeling — semiconductor-electrolyte composites including transport processes across interfaces
Contour integrals for matrix problems in quantum mechanics: numerical schemes — 'FEAST' software tutorial, applications in electronic structure calculations, density functional theory
Mathematical tools for generalized Nernst--Planck--Poisson systems and semiconductor device models: thermodynamic consistency — existence, uniqueness, regularity, and asymptotics — asymptotic methods and model reduction — analytic and numerical treatment of non-Boltzmann statistics, ion volume effects, degenerate diffusion and disordered materials.
Please find the first announcement here.
- Juergen Fuhrmann (WIAS Berlin)
- Annegret Glitzky (WIAS Berlin)
- Hans-Christoph Kaiser (WIAS Berlin)
- Thomas Koprucki (WIAS Berlin)
- Matthias Liero (WIAS Berlin)
- Eric Polizzi (University of Massachusetts)
- Marc Van Barel (KU Leuven, BE)
- Marianne Bessemoulin-Chatard (U. Nantes, FR)
- Robert Eisenberg (Rush University, Chicago, USA)
- Carlo De Falco (POLIMI, Milano, I)
- Christian Jirauschek (TU München, D)
- Mathieu Luisier (ETH Zürich, CH)
- Claudia Negulescu (Toulouse, FR)
- Paola Pietra (CNR-IMATI, Pavia, I)
- Eric Polizzi (U. Massachusetts, Amherst, USA)
- Viktor Sverdlov (TU Wien, A)
- Mira Todorova (MPIE Düsseldorf, D)
- Bernd Witzigmann (U. Kassel, D)
- Marie-Therese Wolfram (U. Warwick, UK)
- Anissa Zeghuzi (FBH, Berlin, D)
AMaSiS runs from Monday, October 8, 2018, 9am through Wednesday, October 10, 2018, 4pm at Weierstrass Institute, Mohrenstrasse 39, 10117 Berlin, Germany; http://www.wias-berlin.de. There will be key note presentations of about 30 minutes plus 10 minutes of discussion and a few short communications and posters. The program includes a tutorial talk on 'FEAST' given by Eric Polizzi.
The workshop dinner takes place on Tuesday evening (October 9, 2018).
Call for papers
Participants are welcome to submit an abstract for a contributed talk or poster. The deadline for abstract submission is June 29, 2018. If possible, please use the LaTeX template example-abstract-amasis.tex for the submission.
Please use this online form to register.
Deadlines and conference fee
- Deadline for payment of early-bird registration: August 31, 2018
- Early registration fee: 80 EUR
- Standard registration fee (after August 31 2018 and only in case of additional availability): 100 EUR
After you receive the confirmation of your registration, payment of the participation fee needs to be made via bank transfer to the following account:
- Account holder: Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V.
- Credit institute and address: Commerzbank AG, Tempelhofer Damm 182, 12099 Berlin, Germany
- Swift Code / BIC: COBADEFFXXX (note that "O" here denotes the letter in the alphabet.)
- IBAN: DE45 1004 0000 0520 4300 02
- Purpose: AMASIS18 - [YOUR LAST NAME] [YOUR FIRST NAME]
- VAT number of the Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V.: DE 136785011
Notice that, in order to correctly process your registration, the payment must be received before the beginning of the conference. Upon arrival at the registration desk, participants receive a confirmation of payment, including VAT or other specifications.
Contact and further information
Phone: +49-(0)30 20372 320
We gratefully acknowledge the support by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, the Einstein Center for Mathematics, and the Weierstrass Insitute Berlin.