Crosslight is pleased to announce that a free product tutorial/seminar will be held at the upcoming NUSOD 2017 conference in Copenhagen.
A new application note on SiC Junction Barrier Schottky rectifiers has been submitted by our collaborator, Dr. Gary Dolny. Results demonstrate the quality of fit produced by a properly-calibrated APSYS model.
Crosslight is pleased to announce a new and expanded version of our short course/product tutorial at the upcoming Photonics West conference in San Francisco; free registration is now open. Crosslight staff will also be attending the conference; please stop by our booth (#2610, South Hall) to register in person or to discuss your modeling needs.
Crosslight is proud to demonstrate the setup and simulation of a self-consistent individual quantum dot (QD) model for the semiconductor optoelectronic industry. This model has applications for LEDs, laser diodes, flat panel displays, solar cells and more … With better control of the growth of the quantum dots, there has been an increasing demand for
Crosslight is pround to announce a technical breakthrough in the device modeling of semiconductor optoelectronic devices: 2/3D simulation of microcavity laser diodes. The new modeling abandons the traditional approach of separating solutions of longitudinal and lateral modes and solves the Maxwell wave equations in all directions rigorously for all eigen modes operating at different wavelengths.
The first results from our collaboration with Gary Dolny may be found here
- Published in 2016 News
Crosslight Software is pleased to announce that we are entering into a partnership with Dr. Gary Dolny, who will act as an adviser on the development and applications of Crosslight’s state-of-the-art TCAD simulation tools with emphasis on power and analog devices. Dr. Dolny holds a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh and
As part of its 20-year anniversary coverage, Compound Semiconductor magazine has a featured article on Crosslight, which also celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.
Crosslight is proud to announce that the ability to generate .mdm files compatible with the popular IC-CAP parameter extraction program has been added to the 2015 version. This feature allows users to easily bridge the gap between device-scale modeling with Crosslight TCAD tools and large-scale IC modeling based on SPICE.