Ansys Lumerical STACK is an optical multilayer simulator ideal for rapidly analyzing thin film multilayer stacks for anti-reflection coatings, filters, OLEDs and VCSELs.
Rapid Analysis of Thin Film Stacks with Lumerical STACK
Design thin film stacks quickly with Lumerical STACK. By utilizing analytical methods, STACK is faster than direct simulations of Maxwell’s equations. The variety of thin film simulation software functions accurately capture interference and microactivity effects under both plane- wave and dipole illumination.
Lumerical STACK offers an ideal solution for rapid analysis of thin film multilayer stacks. By using analytical methods, STACK processes faster than direct simulations of Maxwell’s equations.
With the 2021 R2 release, Ansys Lumerical STACK includes new features to support simulating displays:
Lumerical STACK now supports thick layers, larger than the coherence length, for emissive display applications.
New display design workflows with Speos allow simulation from nano-photonic pixel design to macroscopic human perception analysis in different ambient lighting environments.
Develop thin film multilayer stacks with Lumerical STACK. STACK captures microcavity effects and interference while allowing you interoperability via scripting. With dipole illumination and plane-wave functions, you can quickly analyze anti-reflection coatings, filters, OLEDs and VCSELs, all faster than direct simulations of Maxwell’s equations. The power of Lumerical STACK makes it an ideal solution for rapid prototyping for thin film applications while building, running and controlling simulations.
From capturing microcavity effects and interference to handling dipole illumination and plane wave functions, STACK provides quick simulations of complex thin film multilayer stacks.
The STACK Analytic solver is faster than direct simulation of Maxwell’s equations. It is ideal for rapid prototyping for thin film applications and functions are available for both plane-wave and dipole illumination. The solver captures interference and microcavity effects.
Lumerical STACK tools are interoperable through the Lumerical scripting language, Automation API and Python and MATLAB APIs.
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