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S4: Stanford Stratified Structure Solver

By Jiarui Kang, Xufeng Wang1, Peter Bermel1, Chang Liu1

1. Purdue University

S4 is a frequency domain code to solve layered periodic structures. Internally, it uses Rigorous Coupled Wave Analysis (RCWA; also called the Fourier Modal Method (FMM)) and the S-matrix algorithm.

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Version 1.11 - published on 13 Aug 2014

doi:10.4231/D35T3G11T cite this

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World usage

Location of all "S4: Stanford Stratified Structure Solver" Users Since Its Posting

Simulation Users

226

10 17 24 34 41 45 50 54 57 60 68 73 77 88 102 108 115 120 133 139 145 150 158 161 171 175 183 189 194 201 207 212 220 224 226

Users By Organization Type
Type Users
Educational - University 107 (47.35%)
Unidentified 103 (45.58%)
Industry 8 (3.54%)
National Lab 5 (2.21%)
Government Agency 2 (0.88%)
Unemployed 1 (0.44%)
Users by Country of Residence
Country Users
us UNITED STATES 44 (48.89%)
in INDIA 13 (14.44%)
cn CHINA 10 (11.11%)
it ITALY 4 (4.44%)
bd BANGLADESH 4 (4.44%)
de GERMANY 4 (4.44%)
es SPAIN 3 (3.33%)
tw TAIWAN 3 (3.33%)
fr FRANCE 3 (3.33%)
au AUSTRALIA 2 (2.22%)

Simulation Runs

14,006

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Average Total
Wall Clock Time 1.38 hours 713.28 days
CPU time 2.09 minutes 18.03 days
Interaction Time 24.47 minutes 211.34 days

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