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Fall 2017/2018

Computational Photonics

Photonics is an interdisciplinary science which deals with the interaction of light and matter. We approach this field from the viewpoint of scientific computing. Mathematically this means the numerical solution of Maxwell's equations as fundamental equations of electromagnetics.

The lecture has the following parts:

- overview of the essential simulation challenges in nano photonics,
- modeling of scattering problems on unbounded domains,
- overview of different solution strategies,
- finite element method: mesh generation, scalar and vectorial finite elements, hierarchical structures, applications.

All algorithms will be implemented based on given templates. Convergence studies will be performed.





FUB Winter 16/17   Computational Photonics
FUB Winter 15/16   Computational Photonics
FUB Winter 13/14   Computational Photonics
FUB Winter 12/13   Computational Photonics
TUB Winter 11/12   Computational Nanooptics
FUB Summer 10   RIPS Seminar
FUB Winter 08/09   Computational Photonics
FUB Winter 06/07   Computational Photonics
FUB Summer 05   Computational Photonics
FUB Summer 04   Computational Photonics
FUB Summer 03   Computational Photonics
FUB Winter 99/00   Mathematical Softwaretools for Science and Engineering (Lecture)
FUB Winter 99/00   Mathematical Softwaretools for Science and Engineering (Tutorial)
TUB Winter 99/00   Numerical Mathematics for Computer Scientists
TUB Summer 99   Finite Element Methods for Engineers
FUB Winter 98/99   Eigenvalue Problems in Quantum Mechanics and Optics

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