An important resource for TCAD simulation research is the Stanford TCAD website at http://www-tcad.stanford.edu. Here you will find the source code for the PISCES device simulator, and the SUPREM process simulator. In addition, there are additional software programs available. Also archived here are informative dissertations concerning simulation methods and results.
Zenodo is a great website for archiving your research, in a way that is permanent and citable. An interesting feature are communities. “TCAD Simulation Methods and Results” so that this type of research can be curated on the site. When uploading your research, please feel free to tag this community, so that it can be… Continue reading Zenodo TCAD Community
The ‘”Well-Tempered” Bulk-Si NMOSFET Device Home Page’ from the Microsystems Technology Laboratory at MIT, is an important historical resource with TCAD simulation files for \(9\) to \(90 \mu m\). Unfortunately the website is no longer available on the MIT website. For historical purposes, it is archived here for anyone interested in using these files for… Continue reading Well Tempered MOSFET
SISPAD 2022 will be held September 6-8, 2022 in Granada, Spain. The website is https://congresos.ugr.es/sispad2022/. The official website for all SISPAD conferences is https://sispad.info. This is the premier conference for semiconductor modeling and simulation. It is held every year around the world. Some of the topics for this years conference include (from the call for… Continue reading SISPAD 2022
The original TCAD CENTRAL website is archived here: https://tcad.info The content is an archive of the site from the 1990s, and was created by Michael Duane. It is a collection of interesting TCAD simulation topics.
Intel has an entry level position for TCAD Software Research Engineer/Scientist. Please see the listing for more information: https://intel.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/External/job/US-Oregon-Hillsboro/TCAD-Software-Research-Engineer-Scientist_JR0215652
The DEVSIM semiconductor device simulator is an open source software. The project home page is at https://devsim.org. As the primary developer, my goal is to create a general purpose tool that can be used for both traditional drift-diffusion and multi-physics problems. The forum at https://forum.devsim.org is a good place to join the discussion about this… Continue reading DEVSIM TCAD Simulator
One of the websites I maintain is TCAD Central, located at https://tcadcentral.com. One of the most useful is a listing of open source and proprietary TCAD simulation tools. Please check it out.