New product SAWAVE released

Monday, 10 August 2015 by

We at Crosslight always seek to innovate and expand our product line so we are proud to announce the release of the world’s first commercial 3D TCAD simulator specialized in surface acoustic wave (SAW) device simulation. Our new simulation package SAWAVE aims to provide an accurate and efficient design tool for the SAW industry. For

July 2015 version finalized

Wednesday, 08 July 2015 by

Crosslight is proud to announce that our 2015 version is now undergoing final testing. Model improvements: vectorial wave model improved for eigen mode solver (TM) metal model improved trap AC model improved tunneling model improved to better treat wider gap materials additional continuous trap types improvement of q_transport model to better simulate InGaN LED droop

Crosslight would like to invite all participants of the upcoming Photonics West conference in San Francisco to attend a free seminar and software tutorial on optoelectronic device simulation. The tutorial gives a hands-on introduction to our high-end simulation tools for electronic and optoelectronic devices: APSYS, LASTIP and PICS3D. These software packages combine electrical, thermal, optical,

New GaN HEMT tutorial movie

Tuesday, 30 September 2014 by

We are pleased to announce that a new tutorial movie for GaN HEMT has been uploaded. GaN HEMT is widely believed to be the next generation of power devices and this technology is expected to drive a market worth billions of dollars in annual revenue in the near future. As a world leader in compound

Aug. 2014 version finalized

Thursday, 28 August 2014 by

We are proud to announce the release of Version Aug14 of device simulator packages (APSYS, LASTIP, PICS3D and OPTOWIZARD). The main feature in this version is a complete upgrade of Crosslight’s famous compound semiconductor material data library system. The new material data system, named simplified complex library (SCXLIB), unifies passive and active semiconductor material macros

A research article co-authored by Crosslight’s Simon Li has been selected has an Applied Physics Letters Editor’s pick in Device Physics. As a result of this selection, the article may be downloaded for free for a limited time from the APL website.

Are Electron-Blocking Layers Always Beneficial? An APL article co-authored by Crosslight’s Simon Li and Changsheng Xia is featured in Compound Semiconductor magazine. The full text can be found here.

A new book, “Integrated Power Devices and TCAD simulation” is published by CRC press A new book co-authored by Crosslight’s Fred Yue Fu, Simon Li, Prof. W.T. Ng from University of Toronto and Prof. Johnny Sin from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology has been published by CRC press. This book covers a wide

What’s New in 2013

Tuesday, 01 January 2013 by

Heavy ion radiation model added to v.2013 device simulators (Oct. 4th 2013) A new model has been added to APSYS and our other device simulators to model the effects of a heavy ion hit on device performance. This allows the software to import Linear Energy Transfer (LET) data from third-party software tools such as SRIM/TRIM.

Whats’s New in 2012

Sunday, 01 January 2012 by

Crosslight Short Course at Photonic West 2013 (Nov. 7th, 2012) Crosslight is pleased to offer a free half-day short course on optoelectronic device simulation on Wednesday, Feb. 6th at the Photonics West conference in San Francisco. Details are available from this link. Introducing Optowizard (Sep. 4th, 2012) Optowizard is a new software modeling tool from