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Licensing

EMTL is developed by Kintech Lab. The code consists of an open acess library (EMTL base) and proprietary extensions. The extensions include mostly performance-optimized FDTD and data analysis algorithms. All source code and precompiled binaries currently available from this site (including parts of EMTL base library) are provided for open access under the terms of wxWindows Library License.

We are currently working on restructuring the free base EMTL library source code, documenting and making it ready for open access. Until this is done one can either use the precompiled versions of EMTL library or request the source code (EMTL full) in its current state from Kintechlab. See details in download section.

EMTL library development team:

  • Ilya Valuev, Kintech Lab, IHED RAS
  • Alexei Deinega, University of Toronto
  • Ian Krukov, Kintech Lab

Testing, validation and calculations:

  • Sergey Belousov, Kintech Lab, NRC “Kurchatov Institute”
  • Maria Bogdanova, Kintech Lab
  • Sergey Eiderman, University of Toronto

When publishing the results of scientific simulations obtained with the help of EMTL please cite one of the following papers:

  • A. Deinega and I. Valuev, “Subpixel smoothing for conductive and dispersive media in the FDTD method”, Opt. Lett. 32, 3429 (2007) httpPDF
  • I. Valuev, A. Deinega, and S. Belousov, “Iterative technique for analysis of periodic structures at oblique incidence in the finite-difference time-domain method”, Opt. Lett. 33, 1491 (2008) httpPDF
  • A. Deinega and I. Valuev, “Long-time behavior of PML absorbing boundaries for layered periodic structures”, Comp. Phys. Comm. 182, 149 (2011) httpPDF
  • A. Deinega and S. John, “Effective optical response of silicon to sunlight in the finite-difference time-domain method”, Opt. Lett. 37, 112 (2012) httpPDF
  • A. Deinega, S. Belousov, I. Valuev, “Transfer matrix approach for finite-difference time-domain simulation of periodic structures”, Phys. Rev. E 88, 053305 (2013) httpPDF
  • A. Deinega and T. Seideman, “New, self-interaction-free approaches for self-consistent solution of the Maxwell-Liouville equations”, Phys. Rev. A 89, 022501 (2014) httpPDF
  • I. Valuev, A. Deinega, and S. Belousov, “Implementation of the iterative finite-difference time-domain technique for simulation of periodic structures at oblique incidence”, Comp. Phys. Comm 185, pp.1273-1281 (2014) httpPDF
 
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