3D/2D Maxwell's Solver for Nanophotonic Devices
FDTD is the gold-standard for modeling nanophotonic devices, processes, and materials. This finely-tuned implementation of the FDTD method delivers reliable, powerful, and scalable solver performance over a broad spectrum of applications. The integrated design environment provides scripting capability, advanced post-processing, and optimization routines – allowing you to focus on your design and leave the rest to us.
|• CMOS Image sensors||• Integrated Photonic Components|
|• OLEDs||• Metamaterials|
|• Liquid Crystals||• Diffractive Optics|
|• Surface Metrology||• Photonic Crystals|
|• Surface Plasmonics||• Defect Detection|
|• Lithography||• Solar Cells|
Except for below applications, you can find more examples onApplication Gallery
3D CAD Environment
3D CAD Environment and parameterizable simulation objects allow for rapid model iterations.
Nonlinearity and Anisotropy
Simulate devices fabricated with nonlinear materials or materials with spatially varying anisotropy.
Broadband Fixed-Angle Source Technique (BFAST)
Uses multi-coefficient models for accurate material modeling over broadband ranges.