Modeling and Simulation of Robust Ultrasensitive Tunnel Field Effect Transistor Design for Biosensing Applications

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  • Date: 16 Dec 2020
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Manoj Saxena of University of Delhi


Modeling and Simulation of Robust Ultrasensitive Tunnel Field Effect Transistor Design for Biosensing Applications

FET based biosensor for realizing label free, fast and highly sensitive biomedical diagnostic tools
has become a topic of major interest and attracted a lot of attention in the recent times due to
its far-reaching and revolutionary impact on health-care industry. In the present talk, I shall
discuss analytical modeling scheme for Dielectric Modulated Tunnel Field Effect Transistor (DM-
TFET) based biosensor and shall highlight its advantages over DM-FET biosensors. Further, using
technology computer aided design (TCAD), the role and influence of various process,
experimental variations and hybridization profiles of the biomolecules on the sensitivity of the
DM-TFET biosensor has been discussed to analyze the pros & cons of DM-TFET based
biosensors by having a fair performance comparison with DM-FET biosensor.


Manoj Saxena (SM’08) received M. Sc., and Ph.D. degrees in Electronics from
University of Delhi, New Delhi, in 2000 and 2006 respectively. He is currently
Associate Professor in Department of Electronics, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College,
University of Delhi, New Delhi, India. He has authored or coauthored 300 technical
papers in international journals and conference proceedings (including 81 papers in
TED, TDMR, TNANO, EDL and IEEE conference proceedings) and has delivered 25
EDS DL talks in past three years. He received “Highly Valued Volunteer for 2011-
2012 EDS Chapters in South Asia, IEEE Region 10” and has reviewed extensively IEEE Journals and
Conferences. He is Fellow-IETE (India), Member of – IOP (UK), IET (UK) and The National Academy of
Sciences India (NASI). He is currently IEEE EDS Board of Governer Member and Regional Editor IEEE EDS
Newsletter – Region 10 South Asia (2016 - ) and was Vice Chair – IEEE EDS SRC Region 10 (2015-2017)