- MINIMOS-NT  is a three-dimensional general purpose device
simulator developed at the Institute for Microlelectronics for arbitrary device structures using
various sophisticated charge carrier transport models. It is capable of
performing stationary (AC and DC) and transient simulations as well as
to investigate self-heating effects.
- SDEVICE  is a three-dimensional multi-purpose
device simulator from SYNOPSYS for electrical, thermal, and optical
investigation of semiconductor devices.
- VMC [303,103] has been developed at the Institute for Microlelectronics is a Monte Carlo
simulator for stressed semiconductor materials assuming multi-valley bands as
well as full band structures. VMC can be applied to binary, ternary, and
quaternary semiconductor alloys.
- VSP [304,305] is a gate stack analyzing
program developed at the Institute for Microlelectronics. This tool is based on a coupled
SCHRÖDINGER4.14-POISSON equation system for arbitrary
geometries with emphasis on reliability.