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LiteBil is a visualisation tool for ADDA and DDSCAT shape files, developed at the Laboratory of Paper Coating and Converting ( Martti Toivakka) at Åbo Akademi University, Finnland.

MarCodes (Vadim A. Markel's Coupled Dipole Equation Solvers) solve light scattering by an arbitrary cluster of point dipoles (monomers) using the conjugate gradient method (iterative) and the LU expension method (direct method)

Matlab and C/C++ code printed in
Shashank Kulkarni: MoM modeling of metal-dielectric structures via volume integral equation. MS Thesis, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 2004.

  • Link (20 Jul 2009)

A couple of Fortran programs to generate shape.dat files for use with DDSCAT 6.0 by Cecilia Noguez.

Fortran code based on the Coupled Diple Methode by Shermila Singham. Apparently the sample scatterer comming with the code is a small sphere.

  • Link (19 Jun 2009)

Fortran code solving the volume integral equation printed in Rick Cooper: The effects of a nearby biological body on the parameters of a small hand-held radio operating in the H.F. band (3 MHz-30 MHz), Master of Science Thesis, Ohio University 1992.

OpenDDA by James Mc Donald is a highly optimised computational framework, written in the C language, for the Discrete Dipole Approximation.

Libg3d by P. Gay-Balmaz and O.J.F. Martin  is a suite of Fortran routines to compute various types of Green’s tensor for three-dimensional electromagnetic scattering calculations.

Matlab CDA (coupled dipole approximation) program for oblate ellipsoids by Matthew David McMahon printed in Matthew David McMahon: Effects of geometrical order on the linear and nonlinear optical properties of metal nanoparticles. Ph.D. Thesis, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee 2006.

  • Link (25 Feb 2009)

DDSURF is a code based on the Coupled-Dipole Method (CDM) for modeling of electromagnetic light scattering from features on a plane surface. By Roland Schmehl and Brent Nebeker.

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