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Molecular Foundry Photonics Toolkit

By Alexander S McLeod1, P. James Schuck1, Jeffrey B. Neaton2

1. University of California - Berkeley 2. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Simulate realistic 1, 2, or 3-dimension nano-optical systems using the FDTD method.

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Version 1.02w - published on 18 May 2015

doi:10.4231/D3959C85M cite this

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Usage

World usage

Location of all "Molecular Foundry Photonics Toolkit" Users Since Its Posting

Simulation Users

700

6 52 77 95 114 128 137 152 176 192 199 212 230 248 272 286 301 319 326 334 344 357 370 379 388 403 417 435 450 457 473 482 490 502 507 516 524 542 553 566 574 585 586 592 604 612 629 637 648 663 672 678 682 689 696 700

Users By Organization Type
Type Users
Educational - University 454 (64.86%)
Unidentified 185 (26.43%)
National Lab 27 (3.86%)
Industry 21 (3%)
Government Agency 6 (0.86%)
Unemployed 4 (0.57%)
Educational - Pre-College 2 (0.29%)
Military 1 (0.14%)
Users by Country of Residence
Country Users
us UNITED STATES 192 (52.46%)
in INDIA 50 (13.66%)
de GERMANY 31 (8.47%)
cn CHINA 24 (6.56%)
gb UNITED KINGDOM 16 (4.37%)
ca CANADA 13 (3.55%)
fr FRANCE 13 (3.55%)
it ITALY 11 (3.01%)
tr TURKEY 8 (2.19%)
es SPAIN 8 (2.19%)

Simulation Runs

5,468

84 449 618 864 1044 1318 1673 1934 2068 2242 2380 2437 2516 2620 2741 2854 2954 3091 3359 3499 3605 3663 3714 3756 3809 3904 4024 4118 4194 4242 4346 4394 4518 4546 4558 4632 4694 4756 4802 4881 4919 5009 5014 5055 5097 5160 5257 5297 5351 5423 5381 5403 5418 5436 5462 5468
Overview
Average Total
Wall Clock Time 4.59 hours 631.8 days
CPU time 33.78 minutes 77.44 days
Interaction Time 1.35 hours 185.54 days

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