The recursive Green's function method for graphene
Abbreviated Journal Title
Electronic transport; Recursive Green's function method; Graphene; nanoribbons; DISORDERED LINEAR-CHAIN; QUANTUM TRANSPORT; ELECTRONIC TRANSPORT; CONDUCTANCE; CONDUCTIVITY; NANORIBBONS; TRANSISTOR; SCATTERING; COHERENT; CURRENTS; Engineering, Electrical & Electronic; Physics, Applied
We describe how to apply the recursive Green's function method to the computation of electronic transport properties of graphene sheets and nanoribbons in the linear response regime. This method allows for an amenable inclusion of several disorder mechanisms at the microscopic level, as well as inhomogeneous gating, finite temperature, and, to some extend, dephasing. We present algorithms for computing the conductance, density of states, and current densities for armchair and zigzag atomic edge alignments. Several numerical results are presented to illustrate the usefulness of the method.
Journal of Computational Electronics
J. Comput. Electron.
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