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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.

G-sphere - Free Fortran software for generating Gaussian sample spheres by K. Muinonen and T. Nousiainen.

Method of Moments based software (MATLAB Antenna Toolbox) for the modeling of basic metal-dielectric antennas and resonators by Sergey N. Makarov and Leo C. Kempel.

 

 

Mathematica code for analytical treatment of surface plasmon single particle scattering by René Petersen.

Real-time Java simulations of multiple interference dielectric filters.
An interactive Java applet for real-time simulation and visualization of the transmittance properties of multiple interference dielectric filters by Alexandre N. Kireev, Olivier J.F. Martin.

Ocean Optical Phytoplankton Simulator (OOPS)
A GUI-based control software package by Minsu Kim.

GranFilm: Optical Properties of Granular Thin Films.
Fortran software package aimed at calculating the polarizability of truncated spheres or spheroids deposited on a substrate and all the derived Fresnel quantities for island layers by Rémi Lazzari and Ingve Simonsen.

R. W. Schaefer's FORTRAN code (1980) for scattering by an ensenble of spheroids.

R.W. Schaefer, Calculation of the light scattered by randomly oriented ensembles of spheroids of size comparable to the wavelenght, Thesis, State Univ. of New York, Albany, 1980.

Mathematica Software Codes By L.W. Li, X.K. Kang, & M.S. Leong to compute scattering by a coated spheroid using spheroidal wave functions.

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