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MAXDGTD by Hassan Fahs is a discontinuous Galerkin code for solving Maxwell's equations in the time-domain (DGTD). It is a Fortran code.

  • Link (31 Jul 2015)


Overture is an Object-Oriented Toolkit for Solving Partial Differential Equations in Complex Geometry. It includes Cgmx, an Electromagnetics Solver.

  • Link (7 March 2014)

GSvit - open source software FDTD solver with graphics card computing support by Petr Klapetek.

  • Link (23 Jan 2014)


GMES is a free Python package for FDTD electromagnetic simulations.

  • Link (23 Sep 2013)

B-CALM or Belgium California Light Machine is a fast 3D GPU-based Finite-Difference Time-Domain simulation tool for electromagnetic simulations.

  • Link (30 Oct 2012)

Angora by Ilker R. Capoglu is a free, open-source software package that computes numerical solutions to electromagnetic radiation and scattering problems. It is based on the finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method.

  • Link (23 Oct 2012)


Electromagnetic Template Library (EMTL) is a free C++ program for electromagnetic simulations. The current version of the program is designed for quick and efficient programming of FDTD simulations and for extending the available FDTD algorithms with new techniques and features.

  • Link (18 Oct 2012)


openEMS is a free and open electromagnetic field solver using the FDTD method. Matlab or Octave are used as an easy and flexible scripting interface.



NUFDTD, finite difference time domain code for electromagnetics simulation by Seth Daniel Baum.


Collection of open source FDTD programs by Doug Neubauer.

  • Link (17 Jan 2011)

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