Semiconductors

Design, analyze, simulate and verify analog, digital, and mixed-signal devices.

Semiconductors are one of the most critical components of today’s new wave of creative technology. It is used in almost all modern electronic devices that enable connectivity, from medical gadgets and self-driving cars to mixed reality and the Internet of Things (IoT). Although the semiconductor industry appears to have a prosperous future, no one can predict where it’s headed. The way it develops depends on various factors and will inevitably present fresh challenges to the engineering community.

Engineers working on Semiconductors and Electronics use MATLAB, Simulink, and COMSOL Multiphysics in various ways, from designing algorithms to Implementation and Validation.

MATLAB and Simulink provide engineers an easy way to collaborate and define, analyze, simulate, and test complex multidomain systems using a variety of modeling approaches and levels of abstraction.

The Semiconductor Module of COMSOL Multiphysics provides engineers with dedicated tools To analyze semiconductor device behavior at the fundamental physics level. In addition, the semiconductor module enables engineers to involve multiple physical effects easily when developing models.

Engineers use our products to:

  • Analyze the operation of semiconductors at the fundamental physics level
  • Simulate a variety of devices using isothermal or nonisothermal transport models
  • Model quantum-confined systems
  • Create models involving multiple physical effects
  • Model the transport of holes and electrons in the Semiconductor Module using finite element or finite volume methods.

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Trainings

Communications, Electronics, Semiconductors, Software and Internet Training Curricula

  • Communications, Electronics, Semiconductors, Software and Internet Curricula

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