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This applet calculates the normalized (divided by volume and permittivity of free space) the polarizabilities of dielectric particles, by Mikko Pitkonen and Ari Sihvola.

NLOS Multiscatter (Non-line-of-sight multiple-scatter propagation model) by Hongwei Yin. Matlab code to compute optical propagation based on a Monte Carlo model.

  • Link (24 Aug. 2010)

A Matlab program, that models scattering using modified DDA calculation and the zeroeth degree radiative transfer theory. Matlab code printed in:

Timo Piepponen: Numerical modelling of the backscattering of dual-polarization weather radar. Master’s Thesis, Helsinki University of Technology, Helsinki 2009.

  • Link (19 Oct 2009)

Open PaperOpt is a open source Monte Carlo light scattering tool for particle level simulation of light scattering including the BRDF of generated paper structures. By Ludovic Gustafsson Coppel, Per Edström, and Mikael Lindquister.

 

Pol-MC by Daniel Côté, Alex Vitkin and Brian Wilson is a three-dimensional polarization-sensitive Monte Carlo algorithm for tissue optics.

EMpy (Electromagnetic Python) is a suite of algorithms widely knonw and used in electromagnetic problems and optics: the transfer matrix algorithm, the rigorous coupled wave analysis algorithm and more.

MATLAB code for TM wave scattering on PEC and dielectric cylinder by Jesper Oppelstrup.

  • Link (22 Feb 2009)

Collection of R packages for specific tasks related to physics, optics, photonics, plasmonics, liquid crystals by Baptiste Auguie and Steph Cornford. The package includes CDA (Coupled dipole approximation) ,  Mie scattering for a sphere and a coated sphere, Wrapper for ADDA (Discrete Dipole Approximation code), Null-Field Method (T-matrix), coupled dipole approximation.

  • Link (12 Feb 2009)

 

SPlaC (SERS and Plasmonics Codes) written for Matlab by Eric C. Le Ru and Pablo G. Etchegoin to cover a range of various EM modeling relevant to SERS and plasmonic, including Mie theory codes for plane wave excitation, Mie theory for dipolar emission and Mie theory for spherical multilayers.

StrawberryFields is a complete nanoscale electromagnetic modelling and data visualization suite. By Brenton Thomas.

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