Three-Day All Product Training Workshop - Korea


In this three-day workshop, learn to use Lumerical’s suite of products to address applications of current industrial and academic interest. Attendees will obtain a broad range of knowledge on the main product features that can be applied across a wide variety of applications. Users are expected to have a basic familiarity with the products which can be obtained by watching the product introductory webinars and/or using a trial version of the software. The course will cover an introduction to the products all the way to advanced topics, and is suitable for all levels, however, advanced users of the Lumerical software may choose to skip the optional first session.

There will be a pre-training survey sent to all attendees to identify the applications of greatest interest and the time spent on each application may be tailored accordingly.

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Multiproduct Training

Outline

  1. Introduction to Lumerical products. In this brief introduction, we will review the main product features that are common to Lumerical products and use them in a simple FDTD example.
    • Feature introductions:
      • The user interface
      • Running simulations
      • Getting and viewing results
      • Basic scripting
      • Parameter sweeps and optimization
    • Example
      • Simulating and optimizing an AR coating
  2. Introduction to Lumerical's product suite.In this brief introduction, we will explain how Lumerical's products can be used either standalone or in combination to solve a wide range of design challenges.
  3. FDTD Solutions. FDTD Solutions is the industry leading FDTD solver for photonic applications. In this session users will learn how to optimally use the major product features. Specific topics include:
    • Features
      • Time vs frequency domain results
      • Modeling dispersive materials
      • Mesh setup, including the conformal mesh feature
      • Key simulation objects review (solver region, sources, monitors, mode expansion monitors, ports
      • Structure groups and analysis groups
      • Scripting
      • Sweep and optimization
      • Near to far field projections
      • Integrated 1D optical solver for multilayer stacks and planar OLED/LED emission
    • Example Applications
      • Particle scattering
      • Plasmonic metamaterials
      • Waveguide couplers
  4. MODE Solutions. MODE Solutions is a versatile design environment which includes a mode solver and propagation simulators for the design, analysis and optimization of fibers, waveguide devices, components and subsystems. Specific topics include:
    • Features:
      • Finite-difference eigensolver (FDE)
        • Mode solving, dispersion calculations, modal overlaps
      • varFDTD solver
        • Single mode propagation in planar structures
        • Comparison with 2D and 3D FDTD
      • Eigenmode Expansion (EME) solver
        • Multi-mode, bi-directional propagation
        • Comparison with 3D FDTD
    • Example applications
      • Waveguides
      • Optimizing edge couplers
  5. DEVICE CT/HT. DEVICE CT/HT includes powerful 2D and 3D charge transport (CT) and heat transport (HT) solvers. It can calculate the electrical properties of diodes, transistors and other semiconductor devices. It can solve charge transport self-consistently with heat transport. Finally, it can be used as a standalone heat transport solver. It is specifically designed to operate with FDTD Solutions and MODE Solutions to solve optoelectronic structures such as solar cells, CMOS image sensors, modulators and high speed photodiodes. Specific topics include:
    • Features:
      • Key simulation object review
      • Specifying doping profiles
      • Multi-solver workflows: sharing data between electrical,thermal, and optical solvers
    • Example applications:
      • Electro-optical modulator
  6. INTERCONNECT. INTERCONNECT is a photonic integrated circuit (PIC) design environment for the analysis of integrated optical circuits, silicon photonics components and optical interconnects. Specific topics include:
    • Features:
      • Key simulation elements review
      • Time vs frequency domain, sample mode vs block mode
      • Creating compact models from component level simulations
    • Example Applications
      • Mach-Zehnder based modulators for transceiver applications
      • Mach-Zehnder based optical bio-sensing circuit
  7. Application examples. In this session, we will cover some of the application examples in which the attendees have shown great interest during the pre-training survey.
  8. Question & Answer. We will wrp up the training with an open Q&A session. This is an excellent opportunity to discuss some of your research works and receive feedback about how to setup or improve your simulations. The session will also cover some of the frequently asked questions that might not have been covered during the proceeding sessions.

Workshop Times and Locations

These are live training events. Registrants are required to be at the event location for each session they sign-up for.

Date: June 14, 2017 - June 16, 2017

Venue: Skillsupport Training Center

Location: Seoul, South Korea

Language: Korean

Registration: Register Here