Zemax As optical systems become more complex, the need to scale simulation methods between nano-scale and macro-scale optical systems becomes increasingly important. Today’s solutions require manual file conversions that can be tedious and error prone. To address this challenge, Zemax and Lumerical have collaborated to develop interoperable tools that enable engineers to accurately account for both nano-scale and macro-scale optical effects in their devices, using ray tracing and Maxwell’s equations-based simulation tools.

About the Interoperability category [Interoperability] (1)
Python, Windows API to FDTD error: name 'empty' is not defined [Interoperability] (1)
Tool for creating more complex geometrical structures on the surface of a substrate [Interoperability] (2)
Python integration error from KLayout [Interoperability] (5)
Zemax-Lumerical Webinar Video - from nano-scale to macro-scale optics and back [Zemax] (3)
Coherent and incoherent illumination simulations [Zemax] (3)
Does the ZBF file format support off-axis propagating fields? [Zemax] (2)
What is the difference between near field export to OpticStudie and farfield projection? [Zemax] (2)
Information on how to extract ray data set [Zemax] (2)
Nano-scale structures in the middle of a macroscopic device [Zemax] (2)
Zemax binary optics and metalens [Zemax] (1)
Full simulation of OLED/LED devices combining Lumerical and Zemax [Zemax] (1)
General Software Inquires (FAQs) [Zemax] (2)