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GSvit

Fast FDTD solver with graphics card support

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Fast FDTD solver with graphics card support. Optimized for nanoscale optics - scanning near field optical microscopy, rough surface scattering and solar cells. Uses CUDA environment for graphics card operation.

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Features

  • FDTD solver supporting NVIDIA graphics cards
  • up to 80 times faster calculation on GPU than on CPU
  • use of several Yee algorithm implementations (depending on material parameters) to save memory and time
  • point sources, total/scattered field source, scattered field source
  • time domain Near-Field to Far-Field transformation
  • different materials (linear, PEC, PLRC based),
  • output to Gwyddion files (http://gwyddion.net)
  • runs on Linux and Windows OS

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    I can not find how to use the software after I install the gsvit.exe. I use the OS Win8.

    Posted 01/17/2014
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Additional Project Details

Intended Audience

Science/Research

User Interface

Command-line, GTK+

Programming Language

C

Registered

2011-05-13

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