Sim4tec has released a new version (v2.0) of their OLED simulation software, SimOLED. The software now comes with two modules for electrical and optical simulations of OLED key figures.

SimOLED Electric can be used to calculate quantities like current density and current efficiency and to look at spatially resolved values of e.g. electric field and exciton densities. SimOLED Optic provides information about spectrally and angularly resolved emission, color coordinates and quantities related to power and external quantum efficiencies.

Both modules now contain features for automatic parameter variation and a completely redesigned tool for graphical representation of data. More information over at Sim4tec's site.

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