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Computer Science - Image Processing | Aims and Scope: Journal of Computational Electronics

Aims and Scope: Journal of Computational Electronics

 Journal of Computational Electronics brings together research on all aspects of modeling and simulation of modern electronics. This includes optical, electronic, mechanical, and quantum mechanical aspects, as well as research on the underlying mathematical algorithms and computational details. The newer related areas of molecular and biological systems, in which the thrust is on the transport, mechanical, and optical properties, will also be covered. The Editors will emphasize advances and challenges arising from applications in multiscale problems focusing on those whose basis arises from physical and chemical sciences. A short list of the specific topics that lie within the scope of this new journal is as follows:

Semiconductor Devices:

Transport physics of ultrasmall structures;
Role of quantum effects -the transition from classical to quantum environment;
2D and 3D device simulations.

Optical Devices:

Semiconductor laser diodes (VCSELs and VCSEL arrays, etc.);
Detectors (limits of high speeds and low signal intensities, etc.);
Coupling to the electromagnetics.

Process Simulation:

Ab initio models;
Many-body interactions;
Molecular dynamics and Monte Carlo.

Nano-electro-mechanical systems:

Quantum mechanical and quantum electrodynamical forces;
Transition to classical approaches;
Coupled systems;
Nano-fluidics.

Mathematical Approaches:

Algorithms;
Implementation on parallel systems;
Special problems with quantum mechanics.

Correlated Areas:

Biological systems, ion channels, etc.;
Optical, mechanical and electronic interactions in molecular systems.

Open Quantum Systems:

Quantum electronics;
Special computational problems in quantum systems;
Quantum computing.