QuantumATK for Academic Research

Academic Research

Accelerate your research with QuantumATK atomistic simulation software by performing efficient material and electronic device simulations using uniquely combined state-of-the-art methods. Benefit from an advanced GUI and Python scripting.

Why use QuantumATK software?

Improve your research outcomes - join 400 research groups from all around the world which choose QuantumATK for:

Benefits of QuantumATK Software

Effective Tools for All Levels

  • New Users: Intuitive interface with quick-and-easy access to all tools and features 
  • Experienced Users: Power of a Python scripting engine for customization and automation of tasks
  • Full support from our expert team of application engineers

Realistic Physics of Complex Materials

  • Strong capability to analyze large-scale systems 
  • Unique features for electron transport
  • This provides more realistic simulation results

Synergistic Solutions

  • Multiple simulation methods in one platform
  • Multiphysics: electronic, optical, mechanical, thermal
  • Integration with TCAD 
  • Fast customized and novel solutions 
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Customer Testimonials

“[…] Based on our experience, there are several reasons why [QuantumATK]  can be considered the best tools for electron transport simulations at the atomistic scale:
It is comparably easy to learn (due to the graphical user interface [NanoLab] ).
It is quite easy to use (again due to [NanoLab]).
It has a powerful scripting interface.
The customer support is really great. […]”

Dr. Andreas Zienert | Technische Universität Chemnitz


[QuantumATK] together with [NanoLab] is an outstanding package opening the possibility to gain insights in the design and understanding of spintronic devices by including non-collinear spin options and spin-orbit interactions in the transport calculations”

Dr. Eliseo Ruiz | University of Barcelona


[…QuantumATK] has become a must use tool for our rapid prototyping of conventional and unconventional electronic/optical transport nano-devices, and for training students and postdocs on the foundations and challenges of band structure, transmission spectra, conductance, and tunneling current/voltage properties using first-principles quantum mechanics methods. […]

Dr. Andres Jaramillo-Botero | California Institute of Technology | 2015


Learn more about QuantumATK products

Interested in applying QuantumATK software to your research? Test our software or contact us at quantumatk@synopsys.com to get more information on QuantumATK platform for atomic-scale modeling.