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GSS 0.47 Released

4th June 2009

== Introduction ==
We are pleased to release GSS-TCAD 0.47 with GSS-TechSim integrated into GSS-TCAD 0.46-p11. It gives GSS-TCAD
0.46-p11 a big plus in process simulation functions.

== Important Features ==
GSS-TechSim can be used for simulation of thermal diffusion, ion implantation, thermal oxidation, including
supports for high-k materials. By taking the advantages of analytical solution and numerical solution, TechSim
has seen success in simulating bird's beak effect, impurity redistribution effect and some other important
phenomenon is semiconductor industry.

Posted by Xiangming Fang 2009-06-12

GSS-0.46-p11 released

We are pleased to release GSS-TCAD 0.46-p11. This is a maintenance release over 0.46-p10. It contains the following fixes and improvements:
- Fixes a few bugs related to the calculation of Ec and Ev in the presence of band-gap narrowing.
- Fixes a bug related to TIF exports.
- Improved building system to work better with MacOS X, and some Linux/Unix distributions with older GCC compilers.

== Availability ==
The tarball of this release can be found at the download section of our website.
The source code of the project is tracked using Git, a distributed version control system.
The main public repository is at , a mirror site is available at . The tarball of 0.46-p11 release can be downloaded directly from the repository at . ... read more

Posted by Chen Shen 2008-07-04

GSS-0.45 released

Support mixed type simulation (with NGSPICE)
Add energy balance model solver for sub-micron device.

Posted by Ding Gong 2007-06-14

GSS-0.43 released

see the webpage for new features.

Posted by Ding Gong 2006-11-25

GSS-0.42-p19 released.

Please refer to the project's webpage for more information.

Posted by Ding Gong 2006-11-17

2D Semiconductor Simulation tool ver0.42-p18 released

please refer to for more details.

Posted by Ding Gong 2006-10-24

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