“PETE: Purdue Emerging Technology Evaluator,” http://nanohub.org/tools/pete/ for estimating circuit level performance and power of novel devices. This has been used by researchers world-wide and has been used as the benchmarking tool in the Nanoelectronics Research Initiative (NRI) Program.
PhD Theses and Dissertations
Arijit Raychowdhury, “Carbon Nanotube Electronics: Device Models and Applications in VLSI Circuits”, PhD. Thesis, Purdue University (Awarded: Dmitri N. Chorafas Award and the Best Thesis Award, 2007).
Saad B. Nasir, “Fine-grain On-chip Power Management using Digital and Digitally-assisted Linear Voltage Regulators”, PhD. Thesis, Georgia Tech, 2017.
Samantak Gangopadhyay, “On-Die Adaptive Power Regulation and Distribution for Digital Loads”, PhD. Thesis, Georgia Tech, 2017.