Gerhard Klimeckgerhard klimeck, gerhard klimeck purdue
Gerhard Klimeck is a German-American scientist and author in the field of nanotechnology He is a fellow of the Institute of Physics IOP, a fellow of the American Physical Society APS, and a fellow of IEEE He is the Reilly Director of the Center for Predictive Materials and Devices c-PRIMED, the Director of nanoHUB, the Network for Computational Nanotechnology at Purdue University, and a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering He guides the technical developments and strategies of nanoHUBorg which annually serves over 330,000 users worldwide with online simulations, tutorials, and seminars
- 1 Education
- 2 Career
- 21 Patents
- 22 Books
- 23 Honors/Awards
- 24 Interviews
- 3 Selected works
- 4 References
- 5 External links
Klimeck received his PhD in 1994 from Purdue University where he studied electron transport through quantum dots, resonant tunneling diodes and 2-D electron gases His German electrical engineering degree Dipl-Ing in 1990 from Ruhr University Bochum was concerned with the study of laser noise propagation
Klimeck's research interest is in the modeling of nanoelectronic devices, parallel cluster computing, genetic algorithms, and parallel image processing He has been driving the development of the Nanoelectronic Modeling Tool NEMO since 1994 Klimeck was the Technical Group Supervisor of the High Performance Computing Group and a Principal Scientist at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology Previously, he was a member of technical staff at the Central Research Lab of Texas Instruments where he served as manager and principal architect of the Nanoelectronic Modeling NEMO 1-D program At JPL and Purdue, Klimeck developed the Nanoelectronic Modeling Tool NEMO 3-D for multi-million atom simulations NEMO 1-D was the first quantitative simulation tool for resonant tunneling diodes and 1D heterostructures NEMO 3-D was the first multi-million atom electronic structure code and has been used to quantitatively model optical properties of self-assembled quantum dots, disordered Si/SiGe systems, and single impurities in silicon NEMO is based on the representation of the nanoelectronic device with atomistic empirical tight-binding Quantitative device modeling was demonstrated without any material parameter adjustments, just by entry of geometrical structure parameters At Purdue his group is developing a new simulation engine that combines the NEMO 1-D and NEMO 3-D capabilities into new codes entitled OMEN and NEMO5 NEMO 1-D was demonstrated to scale up to 23,000 parallel processors, NEMO 3-D was demonstrated to scale to 8,192 processors, and OMEN was demonstrated to scale to 222,720 processors
- US 6490193: Forming and storing data in a memory cell
- US 6667490: Method and system for generating a memory cell
- US Patent 2012/0043,607: Tunneling Field-Effect Transistor with Low Leakage Current
- Computational Electronics: Semiclassical and Quantum Device Modeling and Simulation 2010 CRC Press, ISBN 1420064835
- Klimeck won 9 NASA Tech Briefs from 2004–2007, various NASA Software and Space Awards and Dr Edward Stone Award for Outstanding Research Publication 2002
- 08/2005 Human-Competitive awards in genetic and evolutionary programming– the “HUMIES”, $1,000 shared with Richard J Terrile, Hrand Aghazarian, Michael I Ferguson, Wolfgang Fink, Terry Huntsberger, Didier Keymeulen, Gerhard Klimeck, Mark Kordon, Seungwon Lee, Boris Oks, Chris Peay,Anastassios Petropoulos, Paul von Allmen Karl Yee, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, paper titles: “Evolutionary Computation Technologies for the Automatic Design of Space Systems”, “Evolutionary Computation applied to the Tuning of MEMS gyroscopes”, “Multi-Objective Evolutionary Algorithms for Low-Thrust Orbit Transfer Optimization”
- 2008 Purdue Engineering Team Award shared with Mark S Lundstrom and Michael McLennan
- 2011 Gordon Bell Prize Competition Finalist, Received Honorable Mention: Mathieu Luisier, Timothy B Boykin, Gerhard Klimeck, Wolfgang Fichtner, “Atomistic nanoelectronic device engineering with sustained performances up to 144 PFlop/s”, IEEE and ACM Supercomputing 2011, Nov 12-18, 2011
- May 2011, Elected Fellow of the Institute of Physics
- May 2011, Elected Fellow of the American Physical Society, citation:"For the development, application, and dissemination of atomistic quantum simulation tools for nano electronic devices"
- December 2012, Elected Fellow of the IEEE, citation:"for his contributions to atomistic quantum simulation tools for nanoelectronic devices"
- #29 top invention of 2012 ranked in Discover Magazine
Klimeck was interviewed by Claire Stirm, a HUB Liaison from HUBzero, about nanoHUB and his career The interview was conducted at Purdue University
Dr Klimeck's Interview
- Krishna Madhavan, Michael Zentner, Gerhard Klimeck, "Learning and research in the cloud" Published online 7 November 2013, Nature Nanotechnology 8, 786–789 2013;doi:101038/nnano2013231 PDF
- Martin Fuechsle, Jill Miwa, Suddhasatta Mahapatra, Hoon Ryu, Sunhee Lee, Oliver Warschkow, Lloyd Hollenberg, Gerhard Klimeck, Michelle Simmons, "A single-atom transistor" Nature Nanotechnology, 19 February 2012;doi: 101038/NNANO201221 Free PDF From Purdue Library
- Bent Weber, Suddhasatta Mahapatra, Hoon Ryu, Sunhee Lee, A Fuhrer, T Reusch, D Thompson, W C T Lee, Gerhard Klimeck, Lloyd Hollenberg, Michelle Simmons, "Ohm's Law Survives to the Atomic Scale" Science 335, 64 2012;doi: 101126/science1214319 Abstract Free PDF From Purdue Library
- Gerhard Klimeck, Michael McLennan, Sean Brophy, George Adams III, Mark Lundstrom, "nanoHUBorg: Advancing Education and Research in Nanotechnology" IEEE Computers in Engineering and Science CISE, Vol 10, pg 17-23 2008;doi:101109/MCSE2008120 Abstract Free PDF from Purdue Library
- Gerhard Klimeck, Fabiano Oyafuso, Timothy Boykin, R Bowen, Paul Allmen, "Development of a Nanoelectronic 3-D NEMO 3-D Simulator for Multimillion Atom Simulations and Its Application to Alloyed Quantum Dots INVITED" Computer Modeling in Engineering and Science CMES Volume 3, No 5 pp 601–642 2002 Abstract Free PDF from Purdue Library
- Gerhard Klimeck, Roger Lake, R Bowen, William Frensley, Ted Moise, "Quantum Device Simulation with a Generalized Tunneling Formula" Appl Phys Lett, Vol 67, p 2539 1995;doi : 101063/1114451 Paper
- Gerhard Klimeck, Guanlong Chen, Supriyo Datta, "Conductance Spectroscopy in Coupled Quantum Dots" Phys Rev B, Vol 50, p 2316 1994;doi : 101103/PhysRevB502316 Paper
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- ^ Book: Computational Electronics at Amazoncom
- ^ Awards and Honors: Klimeck, Gerhard
- ^ Short Biography of Klimeck, Gerhard
- Gerhard Klimeck at Purdue University School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Gerhard Klimeck publications and citations on Google Scholar,Thomson Reuters, Orcid,Scopus, CrossRef, Mendeley, and Research Gate
- Interviews with Gerhard Klimeck on EEweb and Purdue Research Foundation on NEMOco
- Biography on nanoHUB
- Gerhard Klimeck: Short Biography at Open Channel Foundation
- Gerhard Klimeck at Ohio State University
- Gerhard Klimeck: Conference Media Note in University of Michigan
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