- Re-calculation feature:

This new post-processing function allows the user to simulate and get the beam state in any plane inside a component. This re-calculation can be processed on any component of the optical system. It enables to follow the output beam of a multipass pass amplifier. For beam filtering application, this feature allows to determine and track image planes.

- New Fast Fourier Transform libraries:

Those optimized algorithms leads to fast simulation of the Fresnel diffraction. Calculation times are reduced significantly. The calculation time can be divided by a factor of two in some applications. This saves time and cost in designing a complex optical system.


- Laser diode stack.

- Microlens array.

- Gradient index lens and gradient index microlens array.

- Few-Cycle Pulse propagation.

- New feature: enhanced display and results analysis.

2016 - Optimization features : 1D and 2D.

- LPHYS'216, July 11-15, 2016 in Yerevan, ARMENIA.

2015 - Better look and feel of the GUI - Ribbon version.

2014 - Adding Cross-Polarized Wave (XPW) nonlinear effect.

2013 - Adding Stimulated Raman and Brillouin scattering.

2012 - Adding Cylindrical mirror and lens.

2011 - Adding of PPLN frequency converter in Commod Pro.

2010 - Adding of wavefront diagnosis in Commod pro based on Zernike decomposition of the beam wavefront.

2009 - Non collinear frequency conversion for ultra-short pulses.

2008 - Adding of uniaxial and biaxial nonlinear crystals in Commod Pro.

2007 - Adding of prism component in Commod pro & Adding of ray-tracing capability in Commod Pro.

2006 - OPCPA simulation with Commod Pro, ultra-short pulse frequency conversion.

2005 - Launch of Thermopt, simulation software for calculation of wavefront distortion and polarization changes in solid state laser due to thermal and mechanical effects. Coupling of Thermopt and Commod Pro.

2002 - Launch of SPIR , simulation software dedicated to laser diode pumping of solid state laser. Coupling of SPIR and Commod Pro.

1999 - Launch of Commod Pro, simulation software dedicated to intra-cavity  laser beam generation and extra-cavity coherent beam propagation.

1997 - Launch of SimCa, simulation software.

1995 - Oxalis-Laser creation by François Nesa.