January 2017 Tech-X Newsletter

VSim Enables Design of More Powerful Photonics-based Particle Accelerators

VSim Predicts Sheath Characteristics in Sputtering Magnetrons

New USim Algorithms Reproduce GEC Reference Cell Data for Inductively Coupled Plasmas

Tech-X Scientist Jonathan Smith Boosts PUFFIN Capabilities: Free Electron Laser Design Software Made More Sustainable

CERN Affiliate Yisel Martinez Palenzuela Wins EurISOL Poster Prize Using VSim

Tech-X Simulations by Jake King Find High-PerformanceQH-mode DIII-D Discharges without Deleterious Edge Modes

David Rimel, Tech-X Intern, Receives Quadruple Honors from CU Boulder

Plasma Sheath Formation in Self-Consistent Planar Cylindrical Magnetron Sputtering Simulation
Above: Watch highlights of magnetron sputtering simulations from Tech-X's AVS 63 presentation.
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Fluctuation-induced Convective Correlations
Above: A poloidal cut of the tokamak showing three contour lines, each of density (blue) and temperature (red) overlaying pseudocolor contours of flow normal to then n=0 magnetic field.
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Tech-X will exhibit at the Hardened Electronics and Radiation Technology conference April 24-28, 2017 in Denver, Colorado, United States.

Visit Tech-X at the 18th International Vacuum Electronics Conference 24 - 26 April 2017 in London, UK.

Join Tech-X at the AVS 17th International Conference on Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD 2017) featuring the 4th International Atomic Layer Etching Workshop (ALE 2017) July 15-18, 2017 in Denver, Colorado, United States.

Tech-X will exhibit at 2017 European Microwave Week, 8-13 October in Nuremberg, Germany.

Visit Tech-X at the American Vacuum Society 64th International Symposium and Exhibition October 29-November 23, 2017 in Tampa, Florida, United States.

Tech-X to Exhibit at 44th ICOPS in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
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