We are happy to welcome our new colleagues: Olivier Scholder, Simon Zeder and Roger Häusermann.
Today we released Setfos 5.0.
We are proud to present our new Graphical User Interface (GUI) with many new features including a user-friendly workspace to manage simulations and compare results.
Additionally, Setfos 5.0 offers new simulation possibilities:
Combine absorption and emission calculation for simulation of photoluminescence (PL) in thin films.
Simulate transient temperature signals to explore Thermally Stimulated Current (TSC) signals
Use the new optimization algorithms to find the best device structure.
Include quantum-dot particles in absorption simulations
and much more…
Our workshop in San Jose, USA, was a great success. Thanks to all participants! It was a pleasure to discuss with you about our software Setfos-Laoss.We are looking forward to welcome you to the 2nd workshop on Paios, Litos and Phelos. Please register here: https://www.fluxim.com/workshop-san-jose …!
Fluxim is organizing a simulation software workshop on Tuesday May 14th, 6 – 8 pm, and a measurement/techniques workshop on Friday afternoon 1 – 5 pm in downtown San Jose (San Jose, CA, USA). If you are interested, contact us at email@example.com.
We are happy to welcome our new colleagues: Stefano Sem, Camilla Vael and Dr. Yannick Masson.
Dr. Konrad Domanski, FLUXiM specialist on stability of perovskite solar cells, will be at the Fluxim booth at the NanoGe Fall Meeting 2019 in Berlin (https://www.nanoge.org/NGFM19/home). Come and discuss with Konrad about his work “Performance of Perovskite Solar Cells under Real-World Temperature-Illumination Variations in the Lab”.
Fluxim is proud to sponsor the event.