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  • SILVACO - Products - Utmost IV
    can also be generated from TCAD or other SPICE simulations This is particularly useful when comparing two SPICE models or when converting from one SPICE model type to another Optimization Module This module is used to extract and optimize SPICE model parameters to obtain an accurate fit between simulated and measured device characteristics The datasets stored in the database are used as targets for the model extraction Compact macro subcircuit and Verilog A models can be generated for all device types Script Module This module provides a scripting interface that allows the user to write custom JavaScript based scripts to measure extract optimize and store the results Model Check Module This module provides an easy to use tool to explore and test existing MOSFET device models A simple GUI interface enables the user to display characteristic curves or plot extracted characteristics such as threshold voltage versus device length This module can be used without the need to create an interface to the database making it ideal for quickly checking legacy models Features Automated measurement and SPICE model extraction of any device type Full control of all measurement conditions Over 100 different measurement instruments Open architecture instrument drivers can be modified or created by user Extract any compact macro model or Verilog A SPICE model Combine direct extraction and parameter optimization techniques Simulate and optimize any combination of data including extracted data values Family of advanced optimizers including genetic type optimizers High speed multi threaded SmartSpice interface Supports SmartSpice HSPICE Eldo and Spectre simulators Verilog A model and extraction sequence co development platform Integration with TCAD tools provides process simulation to SPICE model development flow Store share and re use data using Firebird relational database Easy data import from Utmost III legacy data TCAD simulation files or competitor data files Benefits

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  • Silvaco TCAD
    Tools Suite of pre and post processing tools that provide interactive GUI based pre and post processing services to Silvaco s 1D 2D and 3D TCAD simulators More Virtual Wafer Fab Software used for performing Design of Experiments DOE and Optimization Experiments More More about TCAD Publications Training Materials Presentation Materials Examples Supported Platforms X Supported Platforms 2015 Baseline Enterprise 5 6 and 7 64 bit Windows 7 Professional 64

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  • Unified Victory Conformal Export for 2D Process Mode
    for meshing algorithms even if they have the ability to resolve multidimensional features these features must be uncovered in the input if they are to be included properly within the resulting device mesh In 2 dimensions the unified conformal meshing algorithms operate in terms of rectangles defined by the volume grid If an interface curve between a pair of layers passes through a rectangle then that curve is locally approximated by a line segment with vertices on the boundary of the rectangle This means that if this curve has a corner within the rectangle then this feature is lost in the device mesh On the other hand if the corner is identified as a 0 dimensional feature then it will be adequately resolved as the point on the curve is inherited in the remesh The unified conformal meshing algorithm now has the ability to identify features in the input geometry to ensure that the distance of approximation of the device mesh is within some tolerance of the input This is an adaptive procedure which identifies sections of the input geometry which when added to the device mesh result in the maximum reduction of this approximation This is performed iteratively until the user specified maximum approximation distance is reached Figure 2 shows the difference between the standard conformal 2D meshes and those produced with a tolerance of 0 01 Figure 2 Difference between no feature detection and feature detection The export statement used for the structure on the right of Figure 2 was export victory conformal name test4 conformal2d md 001 max distance 0 01 Smoothing of Input Geometry The implicit geometric representation used in process mode may unequivocally locate the interface between a pair of layers but it only roughly approximates the 0 dimensional features which occur when these interfaces meet The feature vertices are subject to a form of quantisation according to the local resolution of the grid used by Victory Process to represent the geometry This can lead to beak like artifacts which affect the appearance of the mesh and also reduce the quality of the device mesh if these are faithfully reproduced The 2D version of the unified conformal algorithm can precisely identify which vertices of the input geometry are suspicious and take steps to smooth the associated artifacts in the output mesh This smoothing occurs for vertices which lie in three of the internal layers that Victory Process uses and takes two forms depending on whether the vertex lies in two or three materials Two Material Case The smoothing which occurs for triple layer vertices shared between two materials is related to traditional Laplacian mesh smoothing where the vertex is moved to the average of its neighbours in the input The result is similar to the existing smoothing that is produced by Victory Process as a result of the uncertainty in its geometric representation Figure 3 shows the difference between the conformal device meshes without and with the smoothing algorithm activated for the case of triple

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  • Hints, Tips and Solutions - How can I Crop and Slice using a non-convex mask during the export?
    another example of a non convex crop and slice in the victory delaunay export is given Figure 2 Victory delaunay crop and slice mask with a non convex polygon mask Syntax specifymaskpoly maskid 1 istransparent false p 5 0 0 5 p 6 0 0 5 p 6 0 1 0 p 8 0 1 0 p 8 0 2 0 p 6 0 2 0 p 6 0 3 0 p 8 0 3 0 p 8 0 4 0 p 6 0 4 0 p 6 0 4 5 p 5 0 4 5 export victory delaunay structure delaunay crop block str crop maskid 1 max size 0 25 export victory delaunay structure delaunay slice block strslice maskid 1 max size 0 25 2D Crop Slice and Mirror It is possible to perform the crop slice and mirror process and or device in the 2D exports An example of this functionality is given in Figure 3 where a crop and slice is shown It should be noted that the coordinates specified in the polygon mask are those in the 2D export and not the 3D grid that the export is taken from i e only X Y need to be specified even though this cutplane is XZ Figure 3 Export 2D in process mode Syntax specifymaskpoly maskid 1 istransparent false p 5 0 4 75 p 5 75 3 25 p 7 25 2 25 p 5 75 1 75 p 5 0 0 25 p 4 25 1 75 p 2 75 2 5 p 4 25 3 25 export 2D Y 3 structure star crop 2d str crop maskid 1 export 2D Y 3 structure star slice 2d str slice maskid 1 Conclusions The export cropping and slicing operations provide a further level of control over

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  • SILVACO - Simulation Standard - 2016
    for 2D Process Mode Hints Tips and Solutions Q How can I Crop and Slice using a non convex mask during the export Simulation Standard Issues Archive 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 CORPORATE About Us News Management Partners Careers Conferences Goverment Programs Locations Contact Us Solutions Overview Display Power Reliability Optical

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  • SILVACO - Universities - North America
    Universiti de Bordeaux Laboratoire Maériaux et Microélectronique de Provence Lappeenranta University of Technology Linkoping University Linkoping University Qamar LMOPS CNRS UMR7132 LPMI Universié de Nancy 1 Lund University Manchester Metropolitan University Mephi University Mid Sweden University Middlesex University National University of Ireland NMRC University College Norwegian Technical University Otto von Guericke Universitat Magdeburg Oxford University Póle CNFM MIGREST Institut d Électronique du Solide et des Sysémes Prairie View A M University Queen s University of Belfast RWTH Aachen University Sabanci University Surrey University Swansea University Tallinn University of Technology Tampere University of Technology Technical University of Braunschweig Technical University of Denmark Technical University of Eindhoven Technical University of Ilmenau Fachgebiet Technical University of Lodz Technical University of Moldavia Technical University of Muenchen Technical University of Vienna Technische Universitaet Dresden Tel Aviv University The Open University The University of Leeds The University of Sheffield Universidad de Cantabria Universidad de Castilla La Mancha Universidad de Granada Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Universidad de Sevilla Universidad de Zaragoza Universidad Politecnica de Catalunya Universidad Politecnica de Valencia Universidad Politecnica Madrid Universidade Nova de Lisboa Universita Degli Studi di Pisa Universita Degli Studi di Roma Universita del Salento Universita della Calabria Universita di Cagliari Universita di Cassino Universita di Firenze Universita di Lecce Universita di Messina Universita di Napoli Universita di Parma Universita di Perugia Universita di Pisa Universita di Roma Tor Vergatas Universita di Salerno Universita Magna Graecia Universita Mediterranea Universitaet der Bundeswehr Universitaet Heidelberg Hr Universitaet Kaiserslautern Fr Universitaet Leipzig Universitaet Siegen Universitaet Ulm Universitat Augsburg Universitat Hannover Universitat La Salle Universitat Rovirai Universitat Stuttgart Université Blaise Pascal Université Blaise Pascal Université Catholique de Louvain Université de Bretagne Occidentale Université de Brive Université de Constantine Université de Lille IEMN Université de Limoges ENSIL Université de Nice Université de Paris CEMIP Université

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  • SILVACO - Universities - Asia Pacific
    Chosun University Chungbuk National University Dankook University Dong A University Dongguk University Ewha Womans University GIST Hallym University Hankuk University of Foreign Studies Hanyang University Hongik University Incheon City College Inha University KAIST KAIST IDEC Kangwon National University Kookmin University Korea University Korea University of Technology and Education Kunsan National University Kwangwoon University Kyunghee University Kyungpook National University Myongji University POSTECH Pusan National University Sejong University Seokyeong University Seoul National University Soonchunhyang University Soongsil University Sun Moon University Sungkyunkwan University Uiduk University Ulsan College University of Incheon University of Seoul Yonsei University China Beijing Industrial University Beijing University of Technology China Institute of Metrology China University of Mining and Technology Chinese Academy of Science Institute of Semiconductors Dalian University of Technology East China Normal University Fudan University Guizhou University Hangzhou Dianzi University Hefei University of Technology Hubei University Nanjing Forestry University Nanjing University Nankai University Nantong University Peking University Shanghai Microelectronics Institute Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School Shanghai Jiao Tong University Shanghai University Southeast University Sun Yat Sen University Tianjin Polytechnic University Tianjin University Tsinghua University University of Electronic Science and Technology of China Chengdu University of Science and Technology of China Xiangtan University Xidian University Zhejiang University Zhengzhou University Hong Kong Hong Kong Polytechnic University The Chinese University of Hong Kong The Hong Kong University of Science Technology India Aligarh Muslim University Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College Amity University Annamacharya Institute of Technology Science Asansol Engineering College Banaras Hindu University Banasthali Vidyapeeth University Bapuji Institute of Engineering and Technology Bengal Engineering Science University Birla Institute of Technology Science Calcutta University Centre for Development of Advanced Computing Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology College of Engineering Trivandrum DOEACC Centre Imphal Fr Conceicao Rodgrigues College of Engineering Gyan Ganga Inst of Tech Mgt Haldia Institute of Technology HMS Institute of Technology Indian

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  • Academic License
    to access any of the Silvaco TCAD tools with a single license The TCAD Omni License allows access to all TCAD frameworks one tool at a time for a fixed annual fee Tools Available in EDA Academic Suite Contents of One EDA Academic Suite Product Name Product Description Analog Mixed Signal RF Gateway Schematic Editor SmartSpice Rubberband Analog Circuit Simulator Circuit Rubberbanding SmartSpice RF RF Circuit Simulator SmartView 4 copies Waveform Viewer Custom IC CAD Expert Layout Editor and Viewer Guardian DRC Physical Verification Guardian LVS Physical Verification Guardian NET Physical Verification Hipex Full Chip Parasitic Extraction Digital CAD Spider Place and Route Design Flow Silos Verilog Simulator NOTE Multicore included Tools Available in TCAD Academic Omni License TCAD OMNI License Framework List Product Name Product Description Athena Framework Process Simulation Framework SSuprem 4 2D Core Process Simulator MC Implant Advanced Monte Carlo Implantation Simulator Optolith Advanced 2D Optical Lithography Simulator Elite Advanced Physical Etching and Deposition Simulator MC Etch Deposit 2D Monte Carlo Deposition and Etch Simulator Atlas 2D Framework 2D Device Simulation Framework S Pisces 2D Silicon Device Simulator Blaze 2D Device Simulator for Advanced Materials MC Device 2D Monte Carlo Device Simulator Giga 2D Non Isothermal Device Simulator MixedMode 2D Circuit Simulation for Advanced Devices Ferro Ferroelectric Field Dependent Permitivity Model Magnetic 2D Magnetic Device Simulator Quantum 2D Simulation Models for Quantum Confinement Effects Luminous 2D Optoelectric Device Simulator LED Light Emitting Diode Simulator VCSEL Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Laser Simulations Organic Display OLED and OTFT Organic Display Simulator Organic Solar Organic Solar Cell and Photodetector Simulator Laser Semiconductor Laser Diode Simulator TFT 2D Amorphous and Polycrystalline Device Simulator Noise Small Signal Noise Simulator Atlas 3D Framework 3D Device Simulation Framework Device 3D 3D Device Simulator Giga 3D 3D Non Isothermal Device Simulator MixedMode 3D 3D Circuit

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