CAD: Crosslight Semiconductor Device Simulation Software
Minimum Subscription Required:
Crosslight is a suite of semiconductor device simulation tools, featuring modeling of optoelectronic devices and materials properties. The suite includes five main programs:
- An easy-to-use windows-based simulation package for microelectronics applications
- 3D modeling tool for laser diodes and other photonic devices
- Tools for advanced users; preferred for model of multi-lateral modes of optoelectronic devices
- Advanced physical modeling of semiconductor devices
- General purpose 2D finite element modeling tool of compound semiconductors and Si (e.g., temperature dependence)
- 3D option available
- Process simulation software package for integrated circuit (IC) design. Includes 3D tools.
- For strained silicon, SiC and GaN-based material systems.
- Includes GUI for converting GDSII device mask layout to 3D input decks
- 2D and 3D process software for simulation of compound semiconductor growth by Metal-Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition (MOCVD).
- e.g., model semiconductor film growth rate, composition, thickness uniformity, dopant incorporation, and defect distribution based on chemical species and growth condition parameters
More information about Crosslight software is available at: http://www.crosslight.com/
What You Get
- Faculty with a Professor Research Subscription receive access that allows you, your students, and your research staff to access Crosslight software.
- Five concurrent use instances per tool from the subscriber’s research team, to access a shared license pool.
- Access for one year
Crosslight Quick Start Guide
Licensing Requirements or Restrictions
- Access is authorized within the geographic boundaries of Canada only.
- Use of this design tool is restricted to university research only.
- Access to the software license keys is limited to faculty, graduate students, and research staff.
- Any NDN university Professor Research subscriber is authorized to access this product.
Contact our Licensing Administrator at 613-530-4787 or email@example.com for more information.
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