In Yaelle’s role as Optical Application Engineer in the Optics Business Unit (OBU) of Rand SIM, Yaelle completes analyses of clients’ designs, helps new customers find the right software for their needs, and provides support to existing customers. Yaelle has a background in spectroscopy and lens design, has many years of experience in Ansys Zemax, and is branching into Lumerical and SPEOS. Yaelle can leverage optics and photonics simulations to meet customer needs in an ever-changing landscape.
A PIC (photonic integrated circuit) is an integrated chip that contains components that work with particles of light, or photons.
Ansys Lumerical is the leading simulation engineering software for Ansys for Photonic Integrated Circuits (PICs).
We will be covering electronic-photonic design automation (EPDA) workflows and the Lumerical compact model library (CML) compiler to provide an end-to-end representation for today’s modern engineers.
Ansys and Rand Simulation will be presenting an overview of Ansys Lumerical for photonic integrated circuits (PICs) and related components on April 12 at 11 AM EST.
A step-by-step tutorial on how to set up a Ansys SPEOS optical simulation using a Super Bowl party as the scene.
Simulating an frozen eye and the affects on vision using Ansys Zemax OpticStudio.
Watch this video and discover the latest tools available for optimizing photonic, complex optical, and optomechanical designs.
Ansys SPEOS delivers an intuitive and comprehensive user interface, enhanced productivity with the use of GPUs for simulation previews, and easy access to the Ansys multiphysics ecosystem. Watch this
Learn from our new Optics expert Yaelle Olivier, as she introduces optical software, and explores Zemax, Lumerical, and SPEOS while sharing common applications.