March 15, 2021 at 9:25 amGreg BaethgeAnsys Employee
The 2D surface conductivity model of graphene used in Lumerical’s optical solvers (FDTD and MODE) requires the user to specify the scattering rate for graphene in units of energy (eV), which is a common way to quote this parameter in the literature.Viewing 0 reply threads
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