PARIS CEA-Liten, France-based Laboratory for Innovation in New Energy Technologies and Nanomaterials, has licensed TechModeler behavioral modeling tool suite from Infiniscale SA for its organic electronic devices modeling needs.
CEA-Liten said it is engaged in printing Organic Electronic devices and circuits, and expects to demonstrate, by the end of 2009, a first all printed organic CMOS circuit. Infiniscale's modeling tool enabled them to reduce the development cycle, the laboratory claimed.
"Modeling our devices versus design and technology parameters is critical for our technological developments," stated Isabelle Chartier, Organic Electroniv program manager at CEA-Liten. "Therefore, fast prototyping and fast development cycles achieved with Infiniscale is key to stay on top of the Emerging and promising Organic Electronic market."
Infiniscale claims its behavioral-modeling capability serves design-for-manufacturing (DFM), design-for-yield and technology-CAD applications.
Infiniscale's TechModeler takes in measured or simulated samples, including the output of Spice simulations or electromagnetic simulations.
TechModeler generates analytical Verilog-AMS and VHDL-AMS models for such devices as inductors, transformers, oscillators and PLLs. These models can be used for tasks like sensitivity analysis and statistical yield optimization as well as simulation.
Infiniscale was created in 2005 in Meylan, near Grenoble, France.