The charge transport solver self-consistently solves Poisson’s equation and the drift-diffusion equations to model the steady-state and transient behavior of charge carriers (electrons and holes) in semiconductor devices such as solar cells, image sensors, photo-detectors and modulators.
The Discontinuous Galerkin Time-Domain (DGTD) algorithm solves the macroscopic Maxwell equations for isotropic, dispersive but non-magnetic materials.
The Finite Element Eigenmode (FEEM) solver calculates the modes or characteristic solutions of Maxwell’s equations over a 2D cross section of a uniform waveguide or fiber for a specified frequency. Unlike the FDE solver, it employs a finite element discretization.
The heat transport solver evaluates the heat transport equation in solids, and can additionally include Joule heating from conductive electrical transport by self-consistently evaluating the DC current equation.
A set of script-based commands for computing the optical response of a multilayer stack analytically. Both plane wave and dipole excitations are supported.