Materials Optimization

Create the core of next generation electronics through virtual design

The need for ever smaller, more powerful electronic devices consuming less energy is pushing transistor size scales to the level where challenging atomic interactions come into play for material exploration and selection. New material innovation is also needed to reduce the dependency on rare metals and to prevent the formation and emission of toxins during chemical processes.

The Materials Optimization solutions enables researchers to model and optimize ranges of materials for semiconductors. It delivers the capability to design pre-cursors for ALD (Atomic Layer Deposition) enabling improved absorption onto surfaces. Advanced electron transport methods enable the ability to precisely predict transmission and current-voltage in molecular electronics. Materials Optimization delivers modeling and optimization for high-k dielectrics and helps understand the effect of doping on semi-conductor properties.