Fluxim released version 3.2 of their SETFOS simulation software, used to study OLED and organic solar cells (OPVs). The new version includes several new improvements for OLED simulation:

  • An enhanced nonlinear least-square fitting algorithm for general parameter extraction tasks, providing quantitative information about the quality of the fits:correlation coefficients for the fit parameters, confidence ellipses and intervals.
  • An improved steady-state solver for the charge drift-diffusion equations, capable of simulating extended density of states for free and trapped carriers in multiple layers.
  • A seamless coupling of electrons, excitons and photons in a single, comprehensive simulation software, taking into account the influence of the optical environment on the exciton dynamics.

The new version also includes advanced features for simulation of organic solar cells. Fluxim will present its new software at the International Simulation Workshop on Organic Electronics and Photovoltaics (ISW11, to be held in Winterthur, Switzerland, from June 15th to 17th 2011). Version 3.1 of the SETFOS software was released in May 2010.

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