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Computation Videos and Webinars

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Computation

University of Michigan
Materials Studio® is the one of the world’s most advanced client-server software system for advanced materials simulation and modeling.
University of Michigan
IntelliEtch, a powerful anisotropic etch simulator, can help MEMS designers and process engineers save time and cost while optimizing their etching processes
University of Michigan
Advanced atomic-scale modeling of nanoelectronic devices in a wide range of areas from ultrascaled CMOS to molecular electronics, graphene, nanowires and nanotubes.
University of Michigan
This video presents how MEMS CAD tools can be used for the design and modeling of MEMS devices.
University of Michigan
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) will play an important role in multiphase microfluidics, an emerging class of devices which use water-in oil droplets as containers for biochemical reactions.
University of Michigan
Microfluidic Devices
University of Michigan
This video demonstrates FabSim, a MEMS process simulator which can generate photo-realistic process models using full physical simulation.
University of Michigan
IntelliSuite software helps MEMS designer save time and costs in the development cycle
University of Michigan
This webinar will focus on Materials Studio, a comprehensive nano materials modeling and simulation application designed for scientists in materials R&D.
University of Michigan
IntelliFab, a powerful process flow simulation tool, can help MEMS designers and process engineers save valuable time and money optimizing complex process flows.
University of Michigan
EM.CUBE is a modular software environment for electromagnetic modeling and design
University of Michigan
Fabrication technologies for leading-edge semiconductor devices
University of Michigan
Solving for Micro/Macro scale Electrostatic configurations using Robin Hood Solver
University of Michigan
This webcast explains SYNPLE, a system level MEMs simulator from Intellisense.
University of Michigan
The Ultimate Scaling Limit -- A Deterministic Single Atom Transistor