2020 TCAD Baseline Release Section 1: Process Simulation – New Features in 2020 Baseline Release

2020 TCAD Baseline Release Section 1: Process Simulation – New Features in 2020 Baseline Release

2020 TCAD Baseline Release Section 2: Meshing – New Features in 2020 Baseline Release

2020 TCAD Baseline Release Section 2: Meshing – New Features in 2020 Baseline Release

2020 TCAD Baseline Release - Device Simulation – New Features in 2020 Baseline Release

2020 TCAD Baseline Release Section 3: Device Simulation – New Features in 2020 Baseline Release

Resistive RAM Switching Analysis with Victory TCAD Solution

June 4, 2020 | 10:00 am – 10:30 am (PDT) Conventional non-volatile memory technologies, such as Flash, are near their physical limits of scalability. This has created demand for new storage devices. The concept of resistive switching has attracted increasing industrial interest.

Optoelectronic Simulation of Solar Cells, Waveguides, and LEDs

April 23nd 2020 | 10:00 am – 11:00 am (PDT) In this webinar, we will give an overview of Silvaco’s optical simulation capabilities in time domain, namely the Finite Difference Time Domain (FDTD) method. FDTD has seen a widespread use in TCAD thanks to its versatility in simulating arbitrary device structures and materials using a variety of source configurations. The recent surge in interest in this method has been driven by advances in lighting, display, optical sensor, as well as photonics integrated circuits applications.

Accelerating Design with the Victory TCAD Suite

The Simulation Standard, Silvaco’s technical journal for semiconductor process and device engineers is beginning its 30th year of publication. The latest issue has just been released and it outlines a complete power device design flow using the Victory suite of TCAD simulation solutions – Victory Process, Victory Mesh, and Victory Device.

Reducing Organic LED Fabrication Time and Cost via Multi-Scale Flow Simulation

April 2nd 2020 | 10:00 am – 11:00 am (PDT) Drift diffusion simulations are widely applied to study multilayer organic LED devices, whereas microscopic methods are often restricted to the computation of single molecule properties that cannot directly be translated to the device scale. In this webinar, we present an automated interface flow from microscopic to TCAD simulation, in order to bridge this gap and enable device designers to analyze the impact of microscopic molecular properties on device performance.

Victory TCAD Suite: How to use it for fast, efficient, and accurate simulation of power semiconductor devices

Silvaco TCAD has been used by Tier 1 power device manufactures and designers for decades. The introduction of Victory Process, Victory Mesh, and Victory Device significantly increases the functionality and flexibility of the tool set available to designers. In this article we look at how some of the features of this suite of tools improve the efficiency of the design flow.

TCAD Simulations of RF-SOI Switches with Trap-Rich Substrate

The market for cellular components has been shifting rapidly from GaAs pHEMT or silicon-on-sapphire (SOS) to silicon-based technology. CMOS (silicon-on-insulator) SOI antenna switches which are compatible with multimode GSM/EDGE, TD/WCDMA, and LTE systems exhibit higher integration levels and have become the fastest growing mobile phone submarket. CMOS-SOI processes, especially with thin silicon, have the potential to rival the FoM that was traditionally feasible only with GaAs technologies.