标题：Author's Reply to "Comments on 'A General and Transformable Model Platform for Emerging Multi-Gate MOSFETs'"
作者：Hong, Chuyang; Zhou, Jun; Wang, Rui; Huang, Jiasheng; Bai, Wenlong; Kuo, James B.; Chen, Yijian
作者机构：[Hong, Chuyang; Zhou, Jun; Wang, Rui; Huang, Jiasheng; Bai, Wenlong; Chen, Yijian] Peking Univ, Shenzhen Grad Sch, Sch Elect & Comp Engn, Shenzhen 518 更多
通讯作者地址：[Chen, YJ]Peking Univ, Shenzhen Grad Sch, Sch Elect & Comp Engn, Shenzhen 518055, Peoples R China.
来源：IEEE ELECTRON DEVICE LETTERS
摘要：The authors would like to apologize for and correct a few errors about the references in our recently published paper ( of this reply), and make some comments: 1)References  (by T. Alfrey et al.) and  in our paper should be  (by R. M. Fuoss et al.) and  as listed in this reply, respectively.2)We would also like to recognize the work of Paolucci et al. ( of this reply), in particular, their introduction of two transformation variables (Eq. (4)) to solve the nonlinear cylindrical 1-D Poisson's Equation. We were not aware of their work at the time of our paper publication. Actually, the involved transformation variables/method were first reported by Fuoss et al. , hereinafter referred to as Fuoss' transformation variables/method. On the other hand, it should be pointed out that before the paper by Paolucci et al. was submitted for consideration of publication, we had been aware of the work of Fuoss et al. The related early work of our corresponding author (Chen) dates back to 2001 (e.g.,  in our paper). All the research reports of our students, including the cited thesis ( in our paper) of Jun Zhou (one of our authors), have been well documented in the database and library of our university. Jun Zhou's first report on Fuoss' transformation variables was submitted in November of 2014 (the evidence material has been submitted to the editor for a review). In his report, Jun Zhou used Fuoss' transformation variables to prove that the cylindrical nonlinear Poisson's equation can be transformed to the Cartesian form. His thesis proposal  was submitted in November of 2015 for an approval from his advisor and the thesis committee. The thesis was completed and officially signed (and documented in our university library) in May of 2016.
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