Simon Fraser University
Software

ciftoansysCifToAnsys

This application takes the layout information for a devices intended to be fabricated using MUMPsĀ®, and generates a model. Depending on the options, this model will either be a 2D slice or a full 3D geometric representation of the device

Design:
Robert Johnstone

Web Interface:
http://www.sfu.ca/~rjohnsto/ciftoansys.html

bmptocifBmpToCif

Modern design tools are certainly powerful, but are not necessarily complete. This application converts bitmap images into CIF files containing a single layer. The CIF files can then be easily imported into most design tools. The main use of this software is to place text and logos into designs.

Author:
Robert Johnstone

Installation:

ciftowmfCifToWmf

Much software used for communication, especially documents and presentations, are based on Microsoft Windows. This application converts design data contained in a CIF file to a Windows Metafile. Fortunately, nearly every Windows application supports the use of Windows Metafiles.

Design:
Robert Johnstone

Installation:

ciftobmpCifToBmp

As part of an in house mask making system, we required a method of accessing mask layout information as a raster image. This programme extracts a single layer from a CIF file and creates a black and white bitmap image.

Author:
Robert Johnstone

Installation: