Crosslight is proud to announce a major breakthrough in VCSEL modeling. Our new vectorial microcavity mode solver greatly enhances PICS3D’s capability to model devices with oxide confinement layers and surface relief features. An updated presentation is available to demonstrate this feature. This model should be available to customers in our official 2018 release; current PICS3D
Crosslight is pleased to announce v.2017 of the software has been finalized. This version will ship to customers in the coming weeks after further internal testing but users with an up-to-date maintenance contract my contact us for early access to this version. Here are some of the improvements in this version: Vectorial electromagnetic wave mode
A new feature article on VCSEL modeling with PICS3D in Laser Focus World has been published in the July 2017 edition of Laser Focus World.
A new presentation demonstrating a Resistive Switching Memory Model has been added to our Miscellaneous Microelectronics Applications page. This model showcases successful integration of process and device modeling, mixed-mode SPICE simulation and Monte-Carlo simulation of O2 diffusion.
A new application note on SiC floating ring edge termination has been submitted by our collaborator, Dr. Gary Dolny. Sample input files are included for interested users.
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