230 Papers on Power Device Simulations using Silvaco TCAD

A quick search of the IEEE Xplore online library gives a list of more than 230 published technical articles on Power Device Simulation using Silvaco TCAD. Here are some recent papers with the authors’ abstracts that cover silicon-carbide (SiC) and Junction-Less Double Gate MOSFET devices. Any mention of ‘we’ or ‘our’ refers to the paper’s authors:

Advanced Materials and New Architectures for AI Applications

Over the past 50 years in our industry, there have been three invariant principles:Moore’s Law drives the pace of Si technology scaling system memory utilizes MOS devices (for SRAM and DRAM) computation relies upon the “von Neumann” architecture

Talking Atoms to Systems in Next-Generation SoC Designs

New system-on-chip (SoC) devices are driving new memory architectures and photonic interfaces, while specialized new intellectual property (IP) requires analysis down to the nanometer and atomic levels because of single nanometer process nodes. According to Babak Taheri, CTO and EVP of products at Silvaco, a leading EDA Software, semiconductor IP company, a member of SEMI and the ESD Alliance, a SEMI Strategic Association Partner, design technology co-optimization and proven IP are required for this analysis.

Inventing the Future of MicroLED: Silvaco TCAD

Silvaco did Executive Video Interviews at our booth in the middle of the show floor at Display Week 2019 in San Jose. We interviewed industry experts on what they expected for the Display industry in 2019 and what technical challenges that needed to be met.

New Whitepaper: Comprehensive Design Solutions for Display Technology

Silvaco has a large booth in the middle of the show floor at Display Week 2019 at the San Jose Convention Center, May 14-16. Our technology experts will discuss and demo our TCAD-to-signoff solutions with emphasis on enabling the designing of the next generation of TFT, LCD, LED, OLED and MicroLED products including the following:

Modeling Quantum Dot Based hyLEDs using Radiant

Radiant is a graphical user interface (GUI) for TCAD simulations which lowers the entry barrier for inexperienced users to doing technology analysis. In particular, the use of guided simulation tools, for both experienced and novice researchers, can speed up the development cycle. Light emitting diodes (LEDs) have caught the attention of the scientific community for many years, especially organic-based light emitting diodes (OLEDs) and the emerging quantum dot-based light emitting diodes (QD-LEDs). As well as the implementation of quantum dot (QD) technology, both organic and inorganic materials have been combined to achieve high-efficiency hybrid light emitting diodes (hyLEDs). This article features the implementation of a simplified 1D simulation of hyLEDs based on QD technology using Radiant software.

Remembering Dr. Misha Temkin, Aug. 1955 – Mar. 2019

Dr. Misha Temkin was a beloved colleague and researcher who worked at Silvaco for over 30 years. He passed on March 12, 2019 after a long cancer illness. He was a dedicated Senior Applications Engineer in the TCAD Division at the Santa Clara, California headquarters.