This is a website for public presentation of the electron transport software
Bohmian Interacting Transport in non-equiLibrium eLEctronic Structures (*)
BITLLES is a user-friendly and general-purpose software for the time-dependent simulation (DC, AC, noise) of electron transport in nanoelectronic devices, using semi-classical or quantum (Bohmian) trajectories. The software is developed by the Departament d'Enginyeria Electrònica from Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
Some useful infomration can be found in:
1.- For a review of Bohmian mechanics, see:
which is the first chapter of the book
2.- For an explantion of the importance of quantum transport see
and for the BITLLES simulator see the recent paper
See also the question Where are the electrons?.
- Dept.Enginyeria Electrònica
- Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
- 08193 Bellaterra. SPAIN
Phone:+34 93 581 35 23
- FAX: +34 93 581 26 00
(*) The acronym BITLLES (Bohmian Interacting Transport for non-equiLibrium eLEctronic Structures) is also the catalan name of the bowling pins, which are solid pieces of plastic or wood situated in a periodic structure (similar to a solid-state device) waiting for a ball (an electron) to impinge on them.