Zlatan Stanojević studied at the Vienna University of Technology where he received his MSc and PhD degrees in Microelectronics in 2009 and 2016, respectively. His research interests include semi-classical modeling of carrier transport as well as thermoelectric and optical effects in low-dimensional structures. As CTO of Global TCAD Solutions, Zlatan Stanojević supervises GTS's R&D activities.
Hui‐Wen Karner received her PhD degree from National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan. Her research interests include modeling and simulation of field emission by surface conduction electron-emitter displays as well as nano‐scale CMOS technology. She is senior researcher at GTS, working on the research project NeGFQTs. She also manages customer relations in Taiwan and China.
Oskar Baumgartner studied at TU Wien, where he received the BSc. degree in Electrical Engineering in 2005 and the Diplomingenieur degree in Microelectronics in January 2007. He joined the Institute for Microelectronics, where he was working as research assistant. From 2013 he collaborated with GTS in the project NeGFQTS. In 2015, Oskar joined GTS as senior researcher in the R&D department. His scientific interests include modeling and simulation of quantum transport in optical and nanoelectronic devices.