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.
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
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.
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.