Luisier, Mathieu, Prof. Dr.
Computational nanoelectronics, device physics, development of advanced simulation models, quantum transport, parallel numerical algorithms, high performance computing
Mathieu Luisier graduated in electrical engineering in 2003 and received his Ph.D. in 2007, both from the ETH Zürich. After a one year post-doc at the same institution, he joined in 2008 the Network for Computational Nanotechnology, Purdue University, USA, as a research assistant professor. In 2011 he returned to the ETHZ to become an SNF-sponsored assistant professor in computational nanoelectronics at the Integrated Systems Laboratory (IIS). His current research interests focus on the modeling of nanoscale devices, such as multi-gate nanowires, III-V MOSFETs, band-toband tunneling transistors, light-emitting diodes, solar cells, or thermo-generators. He is the main developer of OMEN, a novel quantum transport simulator dedicated to post-CMOS devices and capable of running on the largest available supercomputers. Mathieu Luisier was awarded the ETH medal for his diploma thesis in 2003 and for his Ph.D. thesis in 2007. He also won an honorable mention at the ACM Gordon Bell Prize for high performance computing in 2011. In 2013, he received a starting grant from the European Research Council (ERC).
|2013||ERC Starting Grant|
|2011||Honorable Mention at the ACM Gordon Bell Prize for High Performance Computing|
Spring Semester 2017
|227-0159-00L||Semiconductor Devices: Quantum Transport at the Nanoscale|