30 April 2008 Reliable simulation of optical bridge system by exchanging optical field data
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In succession of a benchmark study for the modeling of micro-optical components in the Network of Excellence on Micro-Optics (NEMO) we define a novel systematic approach for the evaluation of modeling results and the combination of different modeling approaches and modeling expertise. The method is applied for an optical bridge system, comprising both refractive and diffractive optical components. We work with different intermediate planes at which the field distributions obtained with different simulation tools are rigorously compared. Therefore all participating partners have programmed the necessary tools that allow the exchange of obtained field distributions. First evaluation results are discussed in detail.
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Youri Meuret, Youri Meuret, Norbert Lindlein, Norbert Lindlein, Ingo Sieber, Ingo Sieber, Iñigo Arthundo, Iñigo Arthundo, Christof Debaes, Christof Debaes, Woicek Grabowski, Woicek Grabowski, Ryszard Buczynski, Ryszard Buczynski, Andrew Waddie, Andrew Waddie, Frank Wyrowski, Frank Wyrowski, Hugo Thienpont, Hugo Thienpont, "Reliable simulation of optical bridge system by exchanging optical field data", Proc. SPIE 6994, Photon Management III, 699405 (30 April 2008); doi: 10.1117/12.780982; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.780982


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