Optical Materials in CST STUDIO SUITE

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Friday, March 16, 2018

This paper demonstrates the electromagnetic simulation of optical materials and explains how anisotropic and nonlinear material properties can be modeled virtually. Topics covered include birefringence, dichroism, magneto-optical activity and Kerr media. Using these material models, engineers can design and simulate photonic devices digitally, allowing them to analyze and optimize the performance of photonic systems before committing to manufacturing.

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Sensors & Detectorsbirefringent materialsdichoric materialsmagnetic-optical materialsKerr materialsphotonic simulationoptical simulationnonlinear materialsanisotropic materialsphotonic design toolsCST - Computer Simulation Technology GmbH
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