Plenary Lecture

Circuit Modeling of Schrödinger Equations for CAD of Hybrid Electronic-Quantum Integrations

Professor Guennadi A. Kouzaev
Department of Electronics and Telecommunications
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)

Abstract: The evolution of electronic circuits, according to the Moor’s law, tends to the high-dense integrations with the components of the size comparable to the de’ Broglie wavelength. It is supposed that the electronics of future will integrate the classical micro-, nano-, and quantum elements, and the overall number of these integrated components may reach several hundreds of millions per chip. The development of new software tools for these integrations is a very difficult task, and it is supposed that the best way is the enhancement of the traditional computer aided design (CAD) tools by some means allowing the treatment of quantum-mechanical equations by fast circuit simulators. In this Lecture, the Author, who has worked in this area since 2001, intends to give a review on the circuit modeling of quantum equations since the first works of G. Kron to the recent results of his team on the integration techniques of these equivalent circuits into the electronic simulators.

Brief Biography of the Speaker: Guennadi A. Kouzaev received the Ph.D. degree from the Institute of Radioengineering and Electronics, the USSR Academy of Sciences, Moscow, in 1986 in Physics and Mathematics, and the Doctor of Sciences degree from the Moscow State Institute of Electronics and Mathematics (Techn. University) in 1997, in Microwaves. He has gained his research experience from the Space and Electronics industries and the Universities of Russia and Canada. Currently, he is Professor with the Department of Electronics and Telecommunications, Norwegian University of Science and Technology-NTNU, Trondheim.
His research interests are in Quantum Electronics, Electromagnetics, Microwave & Millimeter-wave Techniques, and Computer Engineering. He has authored or co-authored more than 160 papers, abstracts, and patents, and a Springer book. He has been a conference reviewer or a member of program committees of many international conferences supported by the IEEE, SPIE, Europment, WSEAS, NAUN, EDAS, etc. He is a member of several editorial boards of scientific journals. Professor Kouzaev is with the IEEE and the Faculty Row (USA). He is a Russian Government Prize Winner (1997) and a Winner of the Soviet Union Prize for Young Scientists (1990) awarded for his contributions to the developments of the first 3-D microwave integrations and for invention of the space-time topologically modulated electromagnetic signals and topological computing.

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