JCMwave GmbHGerman companies
|Short Business Description|
Software manufacturer that provides services for the simulation, analysis and optimization of photonic and nano-optical devices.
JCMwave GmbH, based in Berlin, was founded in 2002 as a spin-off of the Zuse Institute Berlin. With its 8 employees, the company focuses on the development of software and numerical technologies for photonic and nano-optical applications.
JCMwave collaborates closely with academic partners such as the Zuse Institute Berlin or the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt in order to continuously incorporate leading edge research results into its software. This enables the simulation and analysis of complex optical systems with high accuracy and speed.
|Products & Services|
JCMsuite is a software package for the simulation of complex photonic and nano-optical systems. It combines efficient and accurate finite-element solvers for electromagnetism, continuum mechanics and heat conduction. Machine learning technologies enable rapid optimization and analysis of optical device properties.
More information: https://jcmwave.com/jcmsuite
JCMwave provides training and support for JCMsuite. Moreover, we develop dedicated software stacks to be used by our costumers or we analyse and optimize specific optical devices.
More information: https://jcmwave.com/services/consulting-services
|References and export activities|
JCMwave has an international costumer base with a focus in Europe and the United States. Moreover, we are regularly partners in EU-funded research and development projects, including also projects with Israel.
JCMsuite is used by companies, universities, and academic institutions with applications in, e.g., lithography, metrology, waveguides and fibers, photovoltaics, light sources, and nanostructured materials.
JCMsuite includes a highly accurate and efficient FEM solver with a strong focus on nanophotonic applications. Specialized machine learning technologies enable a fast analysis and optimization of systems based on few FEM simulations. Both technologies can drastically decrease the simulation-driven development time of nanophotonic devices.
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