My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
Nanodevices Modeling and Simulation
1. Ramesh R, Madheswaran M, Kannan K. Optical Effects on the Characteristics of the
Uniformly Doped Nanoscale FinFET. J Nanoelect and Optoelect 2010; 5: 89-101.
2. Ramesh R, Madheswaran M, Kannan K. Optical Effects on the Characteristics of a Nanoscale
FinFET. Prog Electmag Res B 2010; 21: 235-255.
3. Ramesh R, Madheswaran M, Kannan K. A WKB interpolation-Wavelet method for
3-D Numerical Simulation of nanoscale FinFET photodetector including Quantum Mechanical
Effects. J Optoelect Adv Mat 2010; 12: 2044 – 2051.
4. Ramesh R, Madheswaran M, Kannan K. Optical characterization of biological tissues using
nanoscale FinFET photodetector. J Optoelect Adv Mat 2010; 12: 2044 – 2051.
5. Ramesh R, Madheswaran M, Kannan. Numerical Simulation of Nanoscale FinFET
Photodetector for Optimal Detection of Biological Signals Using Interpolating Wavelets. Prog
Electmag Res B 2011; 31: 239-260.
6. Ramesh R, Madheswaran M, Kannan K. Self consistent 3-D Numerical Modeling of a
uniformly doped Nanoscale FinFET including quantum mechanical effects. J Comp Electr,
Springer Verlag 2011; 10:331-340. DOI: 10.1007/s 10825-011-0368-5.
7. Ramesh R, Madheswaran M, Kannan. Nanoscale FinFET Sensor for determining the breast
cancer tissues using Wavelet Coefficients. J Mech Med and Biology, World Scientific
Journals 2011;11:1295-1314. DOI:10.1142/S0219519411004186.
8. Ramesh R, Madheswaran M, Kannan K. 3-D Numerical Modeling and simulation of
Nanoscale FinFET for the application in ULSI circuits. Physica E, Low-dimensional systems
& Nanostructures, Elsevier 2011;44: 80-86.
9. Ramesh R, Madheswaran M, Kannan K. Physical Noise Model of a Uniformlydoped
Nanoscale FinFET Photodetector. Optik, Elsevier, 2012; 123 : 1087–1094, DOI:
1. Ramesh R, Madheswaran M, Kannan. Three dimensional quantum effects in nanoMOSFETs. IEEE Conf. on Recent Advances in Microwave Theory and Applications , 2008. DOI 10.1109/AMTA.2008.4763067.
Researchgroup, Institute, University, School, Company name
Device Modeling Group, M.A.M College of Engg, Anna University
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