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Benefits of SimphoSOFT:

  • Extract material parameters from experimental results
  • Pre-screen materials before experimenting
  • Explore performance under various conditions
  • Model complex multi-layer materials
  • Guide materials development
  • Conserve internal software development resources
  • Use SimphoSOFT unique Graphical Building Blocks -- No more re-writing rate equations!
  • Collaborate with interdisciplinary partners at home or abroad
  • Reduce modeling time and cost by an order of magnitude
  • Share results with your collaborators on-line, anywhere and anytime
  • Export complete files of your simulations to other commercial or in-house software

Features of SimphoSOFT

  • Generalized propagation algorithm for modeling photoactivated materials
  • Simphotek computational transition modules that integrate a Jablonsky energy level diagram of arbitrary shape into the simulation model
  • Rapid, easy input of materials and parameters using a GUI CAD environment
  • Constant, single-pulse, or multiple-pulse incident beams
  • Radially symmetric incident beams with Gaussian shape (in the spatial domain)
  • Multiple absorbers, multiple layers (up to the limits of available computational resources)
  • Extensive set of graphical output options
  • Easy to use Library of Materials Database for cataloging and sharing results with others

SimphoSOFT® can be purchased as a single program and can be also configured with Energy Transfer add-on ET add-on, Multi-Beam add-on Multi-beam add-on, Optimization add-on Optimization add-on, Z-scan add-on Z-scan add-on, and MPA Info+ add-on MPA Info+ add-on for an additional charge. Please, contact our sales staff for more information
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