Classic Ensemble Monte Carlo
The Classic Ensemble Monte Carlo (CEMC) tool is designed for simulating two-dimensional MOSFET devices by means of solving the Boltzmann transport equation using the Ensemble Monte Carlo algorithm. It is based on Fortran code developed by Prof. Dragica Vasileska from Arizona State University. The original Fortran code has been translated to C and optimized.
Currently the implemented scattering mechanism include Coulomb scattering (Brooks-Herring approach), acoustic phonon scattering and intervalley scattering (zero-order f and g absorption and emission processes). The implemented 2D Monte Carlo Poisson solver solves the 2D Poisson-equation using the successive over-relaxation (SOR) method.