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Due to malware and other junk mail constantly being received, send any e-mail to the new address lasisupport@aol.com  (in English).

Only e-mail if you have reasonable questions about LASI, or if you think you found a real bug. A simple question can be difficult and time consuming to answer. 

To protect against malware do not add attachments or include hyperlinks in your email unless specifically requested by lasisupport. These will not be opened.

At the moment we do not test LASI on Windows 10. Many people have had various problems with Windows 10, not just when running LASI. Windows 10 is planned to be updated on a regular basis in the future, so results may change.

If it is known that LASI is being used commercially we do not offer any support.

We do not carry advertising nor send out spam email.

Please ignore any email that is not in response to your questions. 

Although we include public domain information available from MOSIS to assist design projects, we are not part of the MOSIS service. Please do not send them questions regarding LASI. 

Answers to FAQ:

  • There is NO manual on how to use LASI. It is all in the Help files and Addon tutorials

  • Help installs with LASI. You do not have to be online. Help files are kept updated with each new version release.

  • Students should not expect us to give them much assistance on their projects. Our purpose is to teach you to think, not ask questions about things that should be obvious with a little more thought. Do not expect to design ICs without solving problems on your own.

  • We also probably do not know any more about a specific IC process than you do. After all, if you are designing an IC to be fabricated you are expected to be licensed to use a process and therefore have access to technical details.

  • For questions involved with software indirectly related to LASI we can give only limited assistance. We usually do not know much about other CAD systems or drawing formats and their conversions. Many CAD systems have proprietary formats that we do not know or cannot release to the public.

For an excellent source of information on microlithography try http://www.cnf.cornell.edu/cnf_spietoc.html

For processing services and technical information on commonly used fabrication processes, we recommend MOSIS http://www.mosis.com.



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