(PDF) Three-Dimensional Electron Microscopy Simulation

User manual of the current version of CASINO is published in the journal Scanning, Volume 29, Issue 3, Pages 92-101, 2007. CASINO V2.42 - A Fast and Easy-to-use Modeling Tool for Scanning Electron Microscopy and Microanalysis Users The aim of this paper is to present a new user-friendly simulation program based on the earlier CASINO Monte Carlo program. The intent of this software is to assist scanning electron microscope users in interpretation of imaging and microanalysis and also with more advanced procedures including electron-beam lithography. This version uses a new CASINO is a computer program system for performing quantum Monte Carlo (QMC) electronic structure calculations that has been developed by a group of reseachers initially working in the Theory of Condensed Matter group in the Cambridge University physics department, and their collaborators, over more than 20 years. Three-Dimensional Electron Microscopy Simulation with the CASINO Monte Carlo Software HENDRIX DEMERS1,NICOLAS POIRIER-DEMERS1,ALEXANDRE RE´AL COUTURE1,DANY JOLY1,MARC GUILMAIN1, NIELS DE JONGE2, AND DOMINIQUE DROUIN1 1Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, Universite de Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada 2Department of Molecular Physiology and Biophysics, Vanderbilt University Three-Dimensional Electron Microscopy Simulation with the CASINO Monte Carlo Software . May 2011; Scanning 33(3):135-46; DOI: 10.1002/sca.20262. Source; PubMed; Authors: Hendrix Demers. Hydro The CASINO acronym has been derived from the words "monte CArlo SImulation of electroN trajectory in sOlids". This program is a Monte Carlo simulation of electron trajectory in solid specially designed for low beam interaction in a bulk and thin foil. This complex single scattering Monte Carlo program is specifically designed for low energy beam interaction and can be used to generate many of casino is a computer program system for performing quantum Monte Carlo (QMC) electronic struc- ture calculations that has been developed by a group of researchers initially working in the Theory of Condensed Matter group in the Cambridge University physics department, and their collaborators,

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