Yaohua Tan

Postdoc (Alumni)
Synopsys (Current)

Yaohua Tan joined VINO as Postdoc since 2016. He received his PhD at Purdue University 2015. His current interests include quantum transport studies and applications of graphene PN junctions; spin transport phenomena and possible applications in Topological insulators. He was working on tight binding parameterization from ab-initio calculations for his PhD. He develop an efficient technique of extracting transferable tight binding parameters from ab-initio calculations. This technique was applied to multiple materials.

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  • PhD in EE, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, USA (2015).
  • Publications
  • Full band Monte Carlo simulation of AlInAsSb difital alloys
    Zheng et al., InfoMat, 2020

  • A comprehensive analysis of Auger generation impacted planar Tunnel FETs
    Ahmed et al., Solid-State Electronic, 2020

  • A multiscale materials-to-systems modeling of polycrystalline PbSe photodetectors
    Gangulyet al., JAP, 2019

  • Understanding the Role of Minigaps in APDs: Towards Designing a Better Photodetector
    Ahmed et al., IEEE Photonics Conference, 2019

  • Characterization of band offsets in AlxIn1-xAsySb1-y alloys with varying Al composition
    Zhenget al., APL, 2019

  • Strain effect on band structure of InAlAs digital alloy
    Zheng et al., JAP, 2019

  • Machine learning electron correlation in a disordered medium
    Ma et al., PRB, 2019

  • Computational search for ultrasmall and fast skyrmions in the Inverse Heusler family
    Xie et al., arXiv preprint, 2019

  • Colossal tunability in high frequency magnetoelectric voltage tunable inductors
    Yan et al., Nat. Comm., 2018

  • Modeling tunnel field effect transistors - from interface chemistry to non-idealities to circuit level performance
    Ahmed et al., JAP, 2018

  • APD Performance Enhancement: Minigap Engineering in Digital Alloys
    Ahmed et al., IEEE Photonics Conference, 2018

  • Toward deterministic construction of low noise avalanche photodetector materials
    Rockwell et al., APL, 2018

  • Temperature dependence of the ionization coefficients of InAlAs and AlGaAs digital alloys
    Yuan et al., Photonics Research, 2018

  • Spintronic signatures of Klein tunneling in topological insulators
    Xie et al., PRB, 2017

  • A multi-scale materials-to-systems model for PbSe MID-IR photodetectors
    Ganguly et al., UPC, 2017

  • Auger effect limited performance in tunnel field effect transistors
    Ahmed et al., E3S, 2017

  • Graphene Klein tunnel transistors for high speed analog RF applications
    Tan et al., Scientific Reports, 2017

  • First principles study and empirical parametrization of twisted bilayer MoS2 based on band-unfolding
    Tan et al., APL, 2016

  • First principles study of twisted bilayer MoS2 through band unfolding
    Tan et al., DRC, 2016

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