The setfos software is a fundamental optical simulation tool for the development of highly efficient OLED structures. New features of this software like including several different emission zones are of major importance for developing efficient white light OLED structures containing more than one emitting material. The flexibility, speed, and reliability of this software combined with its huge variety of simulation tools concerning various physical key quantities like angular dependence, color coordinates, or reflection spectra allow further improvement and basic insight of OLEDs.
Dr. Jan Blochwitz-Nimoth CTO Novaled AG, Dresden, Germany
The software Setfos is an efficient design and simulation tool for Organic LEDs and Solar Cells. Our post graduate and PhD scholars are using it and found it useful for their research work in related areas. I have no hesitation in recommending it to faculty & students for their research work.
Dr. Rajesh Mehra, Head of Electronics & Communication Engineering Department, National Institute of Technical Teachers' Training & Research
The software Setfos is an outstanding program for assisting in the development of OLED displays. It provides the predictive capabilities, and physical insight into the optical performance that is needed to optimise your design. It's a fast and powerful package that a user will immediately benefit from.
Dr. Ian Parker, Materials Development Manager DuPont Displays, Santa Barbara, USA
I have used setfos extensively to investigate the emission zone in polymer light-emitting diodes and electrochemical cells. The speed, reliability, and flexibility of this software make it ideal for a wide range of applications, particularly in the optimization of device structures or in the fundamental research of device physics.
Dr. Janelle Leger University of California Santa Cruz, USA
At the Holst Centre, in the OLED Lighting program, the setfos modeling tool has proven its worth by enabling accurate predictions of light emission from OLEDs on glass, plastic and metal substrates. I have experienced firsthand that this sophisticated and user-friendly software package can be used to interpret measurements and extract the relevant parameters efficiently. Such information is essential in order to improve light emission from novel OLED device designs. Fluxim also provides excellent customer support by hosting annual workshops, providing assistance whenever requested and by inquiring what features are considered valuable and essential.
Dr. Stephan Harkema, Senior Researcher
Holst Centre / TNO, Eindhoven, the Netherlands
setfos is a very convenient tool to be used to predict the optical and electrical outcome from OLED and OPV devices. It also shows a physical insight of the charge transport properties in organic electronic system. The user interface is friendly, and it is an ideal tool for optimization of organic device structures.
Dr. Ng Ging-Meng, Research Staff Member
Institute of Materials Research & Engineering (IMRE), A*STAR, Singapore
Setfos is a great product for researchers who want to simulate the performance of organic solar cells without having to design and build custom simulation software. By licensing Setfos, we were able to quickly answer many research questions and publish results in a matter of months.
Jon Bartelt, Stanford University, Stanford CA, USA
The Setfos optical module is an extremely powerful tool for Organic Light-Emitting Diodes modeling. Different types of structures have been simulated very accurately and Setfos helps us considerably reduce the number of experiments. We are also very happy with the constant support provided by Fluxim.
Dr. Sébastien GUILLAMET, Leader OLED R&D, MicroOLED, France
Publications using Setfos: OLED
Tzu-Hung Yeha, Chih-Chien Leea, Chun-Jen Shihb, Gautham Kumarb, Sajal Biring, Shun-Wei Liub
Lin-Song Cui, Shi-Bin Ruan, Fatima Bencheikh, Ryo Nagata, Lei Zhang, Ko Inada, Hajime Nakanotani, Liang-Sheng Liao & Chihaya Adachi
Nobuhiro Nakamura, Junghwan Kim, Koji Yamamoto, Satoru Watanabe, and Hideo Hosono
Jung-Yu Li, Shih-Pu Chen, Huei-Jhen Siao, Jin-Han Wu, Guan-Yu Chen, Cheng-Chang Chen, Shu-Yi Ho, Yi-
Ping Lin, Hong-Hui Hsu, Jin-Sheng Lin, Ming-Shan Jeng, Nai-Chuan Chen, Hui-Kai Zeng, and Jenh-Yih Juang
Appl. Phys. Lett. 111, 093301 (2017)
Simon Züfle, Stéphane Altazin, Alexander Hofmann, Lars Jäger, Martin T. Neukom, Tobias D. Schmidt, Wolfgang Brütting, Beat Ruhstaller, J. Appl. Phys. 121, 175501, 2017.
Amin Salehi, Szuheng Ho, Ying Chen, Cheng Peng, Hartmut Yersin, and Franky So
Adv. Optical Mater. 2017, 1700197
Chul Woong Joo, Keunsoo Lee, Jonghee Lee, Hyunsu Cho, Jin-Wook Shin, Nam Sung Cho, Jaehyun Moon
Journal of Luminescence 187 (2017) 433–440
D. H. Kim, K. Inada, L. Zhao, T. Komino, N. Matsumoto, J. C. Ribierre, and C. Adachi
J. Mater. Chem. C, 2017, DOI: 10.1039/C6TC04786F.
L. Zhao, T. Komino, D. Hyeon Kim, M. Hasnan Sazzad, D. Pitrat, J.-C. Mulatier, C. Andraud, J.-C. Ribierre and C. Adachi
J. Mater. Chem. C, 2016, 4, 11557
Hyunsu Cho, Chul Woong Joo, Jonghee Lee, Hyunkoo Lee,
Jaehyun Moon, Jeong-IK Lee, Jun Yeob Lee, Youngjin Kang and
Nam Sung Cho
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S. Altazin, S. Züfle, E. Knapp, C. Kirsch, T.D. Schmidt, L. Jäger, Y. Noguchi, W. Brütting, B. Ruhstaller
Organic Electronics 39 (2016) 244-249
T. Komino, Y. Sagara, H. Tanaka, Y. Oki, N. Nakamura, H.Fujimoto, and C. Adachi
Applied Physics Letters 108, 241106 (2016); doi: 10.1063/1.4954163
Shiho Oyama, Heisuke Sakai, and Hideyuki Murata
Japanese Journal of Applied Physics 55, 03DD13 (2016)
M. Jahnel, B. Beyer, M. Thomschke, K. Fehse , F. Krujatz
and K. Leo
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S. Zhang, Z. Liu, X. Wang, S. Yue, Z. Zhang, Q. Wu, G. Xie, Q. Xue, Y. Chen, P. Wang, R. Gu, D. Qu, Y. Zhao, S. Liu, Thin Solid Films, 2013.
Publications using Setfos: Solar Cells
Sheng Bi, Zhongliang Ouyang, Shoieb Shaik and Dawen Li
Dario Di Carlo Rasi, Koen H. Hendriks, Gaël H. L. Heintges, Giulio Simone, Gerwin H. Gelinck, Veronique S. Gevaerts, Ronn Andriessen, Geert Pirotte,Wouter Maes, Weiwei Li, Martijn M. Wienk, and Rene A. J. Janssen
T. Lanz, K. Lapagna, S. Altazin, M. Boccard, F.J. Haug, C. Ballif, B. Ruhstaller
Optics Express 23 (11), A539-A546, (2015)
Martin Thomas Neukom, Simon Züfle, Evelyne Knapp, Mohammed Makha, Roland Hany, Beat Ruhstaller
Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 169 (2017) 159–166
Serkan Esiner, Gijs W. P. van Pruissen, Martijn M. Wienk and René A. J. Janssen
J. Mater. Chem. A, 2016,4, 5107-5114
Jan A. Mayer, Benjamin Gallinet, Ton Offermans, Igor Zhurminsky, Rolando Ferrini
Solar Energy Materials & Solar Cells 163 (2017) 51–57
H. Jin , C. Tao , M. Velusamy , M. Aljada , Y. Zhang , M. Hambsch ,
P. L. Burn, and P. Meredith
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Raju Lampande, Gyeong Woo Kim, Mi Jin Park, Byeong Yeob Kang, Jang Hyuk Kwonn
Solar Energy Materials & Solar Cells 151 (2016) 162–168
Sandra Jenatsch, Lei Wang, Matia Bulloni, Anna Christina Véron, Beat
Ruhstaller, Stéphane Altazin, Frank Alain Nüesch, and Roland Hany
ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces,
Weiwei Li, Koen H. Hendriks, Alice Furlan, Martijn M. Wienk, and René A. J. Janssen
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2015, 137, 2231−2234
Chunhui Duan , Alice Furlan , Jacobus J. van Franeker , Robin E. M. Willems, Martijn M. Wienk , and René A. J. Janssen
Adv. Mater. 2015, 27, 4461–4468
J.A. Bartelt , D. Lam , T. M. Burke , S. M. Sweetnam ,
and M. D. McGehee
Advanced Energy Materials 2015, 5, 1500577
J. Mayer, B. Gallinet, T. Offermans and R. Ferrini
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H. Zhang, B. Niesen, E. Hack, S. Jenatsch, L. Wang,
A. C. Veron, M. Makha, R. Schneider, Y. Arroyo, R. Hany,
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M.T. Neukom, S. Züfle, B. Ruhstaller, Organic Electronics 13, 2012.
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