Here I am, back to real world after two weeks of conferences. I must confess that I'm happy to be at home again. Well, to the point. The last one of the conferences was a bit disappointing, because it was mainly dedicated to solar cells in the oral sessions. This is so because it was organized by the Solar Energy Institute. The poster sessions were more interesting, with many different topics, though the only ones dedicated to compact modeling were some posters from B. Iñiguez and Toni Lazaro, dedicated mainly to double gate and RF modeling. Quite interesting, even if they didn't win the best paper award (by the way, only five of the six awards went to people related to the organizers).
Another poster I was happy to see was one about pi-gate FETs, where they were modeling the transistor using some device simulator. The funny thing was to see the double threshold effect, with some explanantions about it.