SimphoSOFT® (ver. 3.0) is the FIRST commercially available software product which enables modeling Jablonski energy level diagrams of arbitrary complexity (with unlimited number of levels and number of transitions) in the context of light propagation. There is no need to re-implement complex rate equations and propagation equations for each particular photo active material and a laser. You can place energy levels and connect them with (single- or multi-photon) absorption and relaxation transitions in the CAD-like graphical user interface, while the numerical code is composed automatically, behind the scene.
SimphoSOFT® models electromagnetic field propagation through a bulk active material or a multi-layer sample, where each layer is defined by its geometric and photophysical parameters, including an energy level diagram. A typical usage is to calculate transmitting properties of a given photoactivated material against a time-resolved Gaussian pulse. But SimphoSOFT can do much more: optimize existing or design new optical materials, extract parameters from experimental results with high accuracy, pre-screen materials before experimenting, explore performance at alternative conditions, model complex multi-layer materials, guide material development, and collaborate with multi-disciplinary groups.
SimphoSOFT makes these capabilities available to organizations that do not have in house modeling and simulation capability, and lets organizations with those capabilities conserve those resources.
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In addition to the core program, Simphotek offers the following two add-ons
By using SimphoSOFT®, you can model the following phenomena and configurations:
- Single- and multi-photon absorption
- Excited state absorption (ESA)
- Reversible saturable absorption (RSA)
- Simulated emission
- Kerr effect
- Energy transfer, Upconversion
- Chemical reaction
- Thin and thick optical samples
- Composite materials
- Fluorescence and phosphorescence
- Multi-photon absorbing dyes
- Rare-earth materials
- Fluorescent probes
- Quantum dots
- Lasers and amplifiers
- Photodynamic therapy
- Generalized propagation algorithm for modeling photoactivated materials
- Setting up Jablonski energy level diagram of an arbitrary shape
- CAD environment for defining a virtual setup
- Time-resolved radially symmetric Gaussian beams
- Train of pulses and co-propagation of multiple beams
- Single- and multi-photon absorbers, stimulated emission
- Absorption line shape and emission spectrum
- Energy transfer, Upconversion, Cross-relaxation
- Chemical reactions
- More than one type of molecule is supported
- Multiple layers
- Optimization of any photophysical or geometric parameter
- Time-resolved pulse propagation profile and population density dynamics
- Post-pulse simulation
- Extensive set of 3D graphical output
- Interactive visualization of rate-equations
- Library of Materials as a Database and a collaboration tool
- Multicore CPU Support
- Windows 7, Vista, XP
- 32-bit and 64-bit
The SimphoSOFT® implements a variant of the Split-step numerical method to model linear and non-linear polarization effects which occur during electromagnetic field propagation through photoactivated materials. The wave propagation equation is derived from a scalar Maxwell’s equation and describes propagation of the pulse slowly varying envelope. The propagation equation is coupled to the rate equations, which model spatially varying electronic population density dynamics. Rate equations are built automatically after a user defines all types of molecules involved in simulation, their energy levels and transitions between the levels, and also the initial values for their population densities. SimpoSOFT mathematical model describes a radially symmetric monochromatic light pulse propagation through a homogeneous single- or multi-layer media whose real and imaginary parts of refractive index may depend linearly or nonlinearly on the amplitude of the pulse. The rate equations are obtained from the diagonal elements of the density matrix, which describe the statistical state of a quantum system.
| SimphoSOFT® can be purchased as a single program and can be also configured with Energy Transfer add-on and/or Optimization add-on for an additional charge. Please, contact our sales staff for more information
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