Photolithography simulator to a physics-based simulator

The advanced lithography test system comprises of two separate parts: an optics model that shows how light is projected on the device’s surface and a resist model that shows how features on the surface are made by a photochemical reaction.

They connect this learned photolithography simulator to a physics-based simulator in a subsequent task to predict how the manufactured device will perform on this task, such as how a diffractive lens will scatter light.

The client indicates the results they believe that a gadget should accomplish. Then, at that point, these two test systems cooperate inside a bigger structure that tells the client the best way to make a plan that will arrive at those presentation objectives.