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Paper entitled "Analysis of a generalized dispersive model coupled to a DGTD method with application to nanophotonics" by S. Lanteri, C. Scheid and J. Viquerat, ~~to appear in SIAM J~~. ~~Sci~~. ~~Comput.~~, ~~2017~~

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Paper entitled "Analysis of a generalized dispersive model coupled to a DGTD method with application to nanophotonics" by S. Lanteri, C. Scheid and J. Viquerat, SIAM J. Sci. Comput., Vol. 39, No. 3, A831–A859 (2017)

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Paper entitled "An implicit hybridized discontinuous Galerkin method for the 3D time-domain Maxwell equations" by A. Christophe, S. Descombes and S. Lanteri,

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'''General news'''\\

Paper entitled "Analysis of a generalized dispersive model coupled to a DGTD method with application to nanophotonics" by S. Lanteri, C. Scheid and J. Viquerat, to appear in SIAM J. Sci. Comput., 2017

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%newwin% [[http://www-sop.inria.fr/nachos/tmp/intern_hdg-nanophotonics.pdf | Master internship]] - Efficient finite element type solvers for the numerical modeling of nanoscale light/matter interaction\\\

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New DGTD solver for the 3D time-domain Maxwell equations coupled to a linearized non-local Drude model\\

[[Main/News_Jan-2017 | More details]] - Nikolai Schmitt

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We study an elementary nanophotonic setup that consists of two metal nanospheres. Positioning these two spheres as depicted in Figure 1 leads to a strongly coupled nanosphere dimer if the gap size undershoots the sphere’s radius. Such configurations are well known to show extreme field enhancements in the vicinity of the gap (the term gap is used for the area where the spheres are closest).

%lfloat text-align=center width=250px% http://www-sop.inria.fr/nachos/pics/news/2017/jan/nano_sphere_setup.png | Figure 1. Dimer sphere setup and sketched of incident plane wave.\\

Combining length dimensions in a range less than 100 nm and electromagnetic wavelengths in the optical regime requires an appropriate material model for the metal, i.e. perfectly conducting (PEC) assumption as in the microwave regime is not valid anymore du to the relatively large skin-depth. Well-known dispersion models are e.g. local Drude and Drude-Lorentz dispersion models that have been comprehensively studied in the last decades. If geometric details of the structure under investigation approach length dimensions below approximately 25 nm (this value strongly depends on the material model and the actual geometry), spatial dispersion, i.e. the non-local response of the electron gas significantly increases its influence.

Our simulation results show a non-negligible blue shift in the scattering cross-section spectrum if non-locality is taken into account. For this simulation, we have used gold spheres with a radius of 20 nm and a gap size of 2 nm. The incident plane wave is parallel to the z-axis and its electric field is polarized parallel to the x-axis.

Figure 2 shows the resulting scattering cross-sections for the local and non-local dispersion model. A comparison of two numerical fluxes, i.e. centered fluxes and upwind fluxes is provided on this figure.

%lfloat text-align=center width=350px% http://www-sop.inria.fr/nachos/pics/news/2017/jan/nano_sphere_scat.png | Figure 2. Logarithmic scattering cross-section of the sphere dimer (kz,Ex). Both material models show the same resonances. However, we observe a significant blue shift in the nonlocal case (DGTD-ce: centered flux DGTD solver - DGTD-up: upwind flux DGTD solver).\\\

The simulations exploit third order spatial polynomials and an explicit fourth order low storage Runge-Kutta time discretization scheme. Perfectly matched layers mimic the infinite open space and truncate the tetrahedral mesh. A total field/scattered field formulation permits the evaluation of the scattering cross-section.

%lfloat text-align=center width=275px% http://www-sop.inria.fr/nachos/pics/news/2017/jan/nano_sphere_mesh.png | Figure 3. Tetrahedral mesh of the sphere dimer.\\\

All simulations have been performed with a dedicated DGDT solver developed in the framework of the %newwin% [[https://diogenes.inria.fr | DIOGENeS]] software suite.

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%lfloat text-align=center width=350px% http://www-sop.inria.fr/nachos/pics/news/2017/jan/nano_sphere_scat.png | Figure 2. Logarithmic scattering cross-section of the sphere dimer (kz,Ex). Both material models show the same resonances. However, we observe a significant blue shift in the nonlocal case.\\\

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%lfloat text-align=center width=350px% http://www-sop.inria.fr/nachos/pics/news/2017/jan/nano_sphere_scat.png | Figure 2. Logarithmic scattering cross-section of the sphere dimer (kz,Ex). Both material models show the same resonances. However, we observe a significant blue shift in the nonlocal case (DGTD-ce: centered flux DGTD solver - DGTD-up: upwind flux DGTD solver).\\\

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Our simulation results show a non-negligible blue shift in the scattering cross-section spectrum if non-locality is taken into account. For this simulation, we have used gold spheres with a radius of 20 nm and a gap size of 2 nm. The incident plane wave is parallel to the z-axis and its electric field is polarized parallel to the x-axis. ~~All simulations have been performed with a dedicated DGDT solver developed in the framework of the DIOGENeS software suite.~~

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Our simulation results show a non-negligible blue shift in the scattering cross-section spectrum if non-locality is taken into account. For this simulation, we have used gold spheres with a radius of 20 nm and a gap size of 2 nm. The incident plane wave is parallel to the z-axis and its electric field is polarized parallel to the x-axis.

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Figure 2 shows the resulting scattering cross-sections for the local and non-local dispersion model. A comparison of two numerical fluxes, i.e. centered fluxes and upwind fluxes is provided on this figure. The simulations exploit third order spatial polynomials and an explicit fourth order low storage Runge-Kutta time discretization scheme. Perfectly matched layers mimic the infinite open space and truncate the tetrahedral mesh ~~as shown in Figure 3. A total field/scattered field formulation permits the evaluation of the scattering ~~cross-section.

%lfloat text-align=center width=350px% http://www-sop.inria.fr/nachos/pics/news/2017/jan/nano_sphere_mesh.png | Figure 3. Tetrahedral mesh of the sphere dimer.~~Red: metal, green: total field region, gold: scattered field region. \\\~~

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Figure 2 shows the resulting scattering cross-sections for the local and non-local dispersion model. A comparison of two numerical fluxes, i.e. centered fluxes and upwind fluxes is provided on this figure. The simulations exploit third order spatial polynomials and an explicit fourth order low storage Runge-Kutta time discretization scheme. Perfectly matched layers mimic the infinite open space and truncate the tetrahedral mesh. A total field/scattered field formulation permits the evaluation of the scattering cross-section.

%lfloat text-align=center width=350px% http://www-sop.inria.fr/nachos/pics/news/2017/jan/nano_sphere_mesh.png | Figure 3. Tetrahedral mesh of the sphere dimer.\\\

All simulations have been performed with a dedicated DGDT solver developed in the framework of the DIOGENeS software suite.

%lfloat text-align=center width=350px% http://www-sop.inria.fr/nachos/pics/news/2017/jan/nano_sphere_mesh.png | Figure 3. Tetrahedral mesh of the sphere dimer.\\\

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%lfloat text-align=center width=350px% http://www-sop.inria.fr/nachos/pics/news/2017/jan/nano_sphere_scat.png | Figure 2. Logarithmic scattering cross-section of the sphere dimer (kz,Ex). Both material models show the same resonances. However, we observe a significant blue shift in the nonlocal case.\\\

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We study an elementary nanophotonic setup that consists of two metal nanospheres. Positioning these two spheres as depicted in Figure 1 leads to a strongly coupled nanosphere dimer if the gap size undershoots the sphere’s radius. Such configurations are well known to show extreme field enhancements in the vicinity of the gap (the term gap is used for the area where the spheres are closest).

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We study an elementary nanophotonic setup that consists of two metal nanospheres. Positioning these two spheres as depicted in Figure 1 leads to a strongly coupled nanosphere dimer if the gap size undershoots the sphere’s radius. Such configurations are well known to show extreme field enhancements in the vicinity of the gap (the term gap is used for the area where the spheres are closest).\\\

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We study an elementary nanophotonic setup that consists of two metal nanospheres. Positioning these two spheres as depicted in Figure 1 leads to a strongly coupled nanosphere dimer if the gap size undershoots the sphere’s radius. Such configurations are well known to show extreme field enhancements in the vicinity of the gap (the term gap is used for the area where the spheres are closest).~~\\~~

Combining length dimensions in a range less than 100 nm and electromagnetic wavelengths in the optical regime requires an appropriate material model for the metal, i.e. perfectly conducting (PEC) assumption as in the microwave regime is not valid anymore du to the relatively large skin-depth. Well-known dispersion models are e.g. local Drude and Drude-Lorentz dispersion models that have been comprehensively studied in the last decades. If geometric details of the structure under investigation approach length dimensions below approximately 25 nm (this value strongly depends on the material model and the actual geometry), spatial dispersion, i.e. the non-local response of the electron gas significantly increases its influence.~~\\~~

Our simulation results show a non-negligible blue shift in the scattering cross-section spectrum if non-locality is taken into account. For this simulation, we have used gold spheres with a radius of 20 nm and a gap size of 2 nm. The incident plane wave is parallel to the z-axis and its electric field is polarized parallel to the x-axis. All simulations have been performed with a dedicated DGDT solver developed in the framework of the DIOGENeS software suite.~~\\~~

Combining length dimensions in a range less than 100 nm and electromagnetic wavelengths in the optical regime requires an appropriate material model for the metal, i.e. perfectly conducting (PEC) assumption as in the microwave regime is not valid anymore du to the relatively large skin-depth. Well-known dispersion models are e.g. local Drude and Drude-Lorentz dispersion models that have been comprehensively studied in the last decades. If geometric details of the structure under investigation approach length dimensions below approximately 25 nm (this value strongly depends on the material model and the actual geometry), spatial dispersion, i.e. the non-local response of the electron gas significantly increases its influence.

Our simulation results show a non-negligible blue shift in the scattering cross-section spectrum if non-locality is taken into account. For this simulation, we have used gold spheres with a radius of 20 nm and a gap size of 2 nm. The incident plane wave is parallel to the z-axis and its electric field is polarized parallel to the x-axis. All simulations have been performed with a dedicated DGDT solver developed in the framework of the DIOGENeS software suite.

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We study an elementary nanophotonic setup that consists of two metal nanospheres. Positioning these two spheres as depicted in Figure 1 leads to a strongly coupled nanosphere dimer if the gap size undershoots the sphere’s radius. Such configurations are well known to show extreme field enhancements in the vicinity of the gap (the term gap is used for the area where the spheres are closest).

Combining length dimensions in a range less than 100 nm and electromagnetic wavelengths in the optical regime requires an appropriate material model for the metal, i.e. perfectly conducting (PEC) assumption as in the microwave regime is not valid anymore du to the relatively large skin-depth. Well-known dispersion models are e.g. local Drude and Drude-Lorentz dispersion models that have been comprehensively studied in the last decades. If geometric details of the structure under investigation approach length dimensions below approximately 25 nm (this value strongly depends on the material model and the actual geometry), spatial dispersion, i.e. the non-local response of the electron gas significantly increases its influence.

Our simulation results show a non-negligible blue shift in the scattering cross-section spectrum if non-locality is taken into account. For this simulation, we have used gold spheres with a radius of 20 nm and a gap size of 2 nm. The incident plane wave is parallel to the z-axis and its electric field is polarized parallel to the x-axis. All simulations have been performed with a dedicated DGDT solver developed in the framework of the DIOGENeS software suite.

Combining length dimensions in a range less than 100 nm and electromagnetic wavelengths in the optical regime requires an appropriate material model for the metal, i.e. perfectly conducting (PEC) assumption as in the microwave regime is not valid anymore du to the relatively large skin-depth. Well-known dispersion models are e.g. local Drude and Drude-Lorentz dispersion models that have been comprehensively studied in the last decades. If geometric details of the structure under investigation approach length dimensions below approximately 25 nm (this value strongly depends on the material model and the actual geometry), spatial dispersion, i.e. the non-local response of the electron gas significantly increases its influence.

Our simulation results show a non-negligible blue shift in the scattering cross-section spectrum if non-locality is taken into account. For this simulation, we have used gold spheres with a radius of 20 nm and a gap size of 2 nm. The incident plane wave is parallel to the z-axis and its electric field is polarized parallel to the x-axis. All simulations have been performed with a dedicated DGDT solver developed in the framework of the DIOGENeS software suite.

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We study an elementary nanophotonic setup that consists of two metal nanospheres. Positioning these two spheres as depicted in Figure 1 leads to a strongly coupled nanosphere dimer if the gap size undershoots the sphere’s radius. Such configurations are well known to show extreme field enhancements in the vicinity of the gap (the term gap is used for the area where the spheres are closest).

Combininglength dimensions in a range less than 100 nm and electromagnetic wavelengths in the optical regime requires an appropriate material model for the metal, i.e. perfectly conducting (PEC) assumption as in the microwave regime is not valid anymore du to the relatively large skin-depth. Well-known dispersion models are e.g. local Drude and Drude-Lorentz dispersion models that have been comprehensively studied in the last decades. If geometric details of the structure under investigation approach length dimensions below approximately 25 nm (this value strongly depends on the material model and the actual geometry), spatial dispersion, i.e. the non-local response of the electron gas significantly increases its influence.

Oursimulation results show a non-negligible blue shift in the scattering cross-section spectrum if non-locality is taken into account. For this simulation, we have used gold spheres with a radius of 20 nm and a gap size of 2 nm. The incident plane wave is parallel to the z-axis and its electric field is polarized parallel to the x-axis. All simulations have been performed with a dedicated DGDT solver developed in the framework of the DIOGENeS software suite.~~ ~~

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We study an elementary nanophotonic setup that consists of two metal nanospheres. Positioning these two spheres as depicted in Figure 1 leads to a strongly coupled nanosphere dimer if the gap size undershoots the sphere’s radius. Such configurations are well known to show extreme field enhancements in the vicinity of the gap (the term gap is used for the area where the spheres are closest).\\

Combining length dimensions in a range less than 100 nm and electromagnetic wavelengths in the optical regime requires an appropriate material model for the metal, i.e. perfectly conducting (PEC) assumption as in the microwave regime is not valid anymore du to the relatively large skin-depth. Well-known dispersion models are e.g. local Drude and Drude-Lorentz dispersion models that have been comprehensively studied in the last decades. If geometric details of the structure under investigation approach length dimensions below approximately 25 nm (this value strongly depends on the material model and the actual geometry), spatial dispersion, i.e. the non-local response of the electron gas significantly increases its influence.\\

Our simulation results show a non-negligible blue shift in the scattering cross-section spectrum if non-locality is taken into account. For this simulation, we have used gold spheres with a radius of 20 nm and a gap size of 2 nm. The incident plane wave is parallel to the z-axis and its electric field is polarized parallel to the x-axis. All simulations have been performed with a dedicated DGDT solver developed in the framework of the DIOGENeS software suite.\\

Combining length dimensions in a range less than 100 nm and electromagnetic wavelengths in the optical regime requires an appropriate material model for the metal, i.e. perfectly conducting (PEC) assumption as in the microwave regime is not valid anymore du to the relatively large skin-depth. Well-known dispersion models are e.g. local Drude and Drude-Lorentz dispersion models that have been comprehensively studied in the last decades. If geometric details of the structure under investigation approach length dimensions below approximately 25 nm (this value strongly depends on the material model and the actual geometry), spatial dispersion, i.e. the non-local response of the electron gas significantly increases its influence.\\

Our simulation results show a non-negligible blue shift in the scattering cross-section spectrum if non-locality is taken into account. For this simulation, we have used gold spheres with a radius of 20 nm and a gap size of 2 nm. The incident plane wave is parallel to the z-axis and its electric field is polarized parallel to the x-axis. All simulations have been performed with a dedicated DGDT solver developed in the framework of the DIOGENeS software suite.\\

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We study an elementary nanophotonic setup that consists of two metal nanospheres. Positioning these two spheres as depicted in Figure 1 leads to a strongly coupled nanosphere dimer if the gap size undershoots the sphere’s radius. Such configurations are well known to show extreme field enhancements in the vicinity of the gap (the term gap is used for the area where the spheres are closest).

Combining length dimensions in a range less than 100 nm and electromagnetic wavelengths in the optical regime requires an appropriate material model for the metal, i.e. perfectly conducting (PEC) assumption as in the microwave regime is not valid anymore du to the relatively large skin-depth. Well-known dispersion models are e.g. local Drude and Drude-Lorentz dispersion models that have been comprehensively studied in the last decades. If geometric details of the structure under investigation approach length dimensions below approximately 25 nm (this value strongly depends on the material model and the actual geometry), spatial dispersion, i.e. the non-local response of the electron gas significantly increases its influence.

Our simulation results show a non-negligible blue shift in the scattering cross-section spectrum if non-locality is taken into account. For this simulation, we have used gold spheres with a radius of 20 nm and a gap size of 2 nm. The incident plane wave is parallel to the z-axis and its electric field is polarized parallel to the x-axis. All simulations have been performed with a dedicated DGDT solver developed in the framework of the DIOGENeS software suite.

Figure 2 shows the resulting scattering cross-sections for the local and non-local dispersion model. A comparison of two numerical fluxes, i.e. centered fluxes and upwind fluxes is provided on this figure. The simulations exploit third order spatial polynomials and an explicit fourth order low storage Runge-Kutta time discretization scheme. Perfectly matched layers mimic the infinite open space and truncate the tetrahedral mesh as shown in Figure 3. A total field/scattered field formulation permits the evaluation of the scattering cross-section.

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We study an elementary nanophotonic setup that consists of two metal nanospheres. Positioning these two spheres as depicted in Figure 1 leads to a strongly coupled nanosphere dimer if the gap size undershoots the sphere’s radius. Such configurations are well known to show extreme field enhancements in the vicinity of the gap (the term gap is used for the area where the spheres are closest).

Combining length dimensions in a range less than 100 nm and electromagnetic wavelengths in the optical regime requires an appropriate material model for the metal, i.e. perfectly conducting (PEC) assumption as in the microwave regime is not valid anymore du to the relatively large skin-depth. Well-known dispersion models are e.g. local Drude and Drude-Lorentz dispersion models that have been comprehensively studied in the last decades. If geometric details of the structure under investigation approach length dimensions below approximately 25 nm (this value strongly depends on the material model and the actual geometry), spatial dispersion, i.e. the non-local response of the electron gas significantly increases its influence.

Our simulation results show a non-negligible blue shift in the scattering cross-section spectrum if non-locality is taken into account. For this simulation, we have used gold spheres with a radius of 20 nm and a gap size of 2 nm. The incident plane wave is parallel to the z-axis and its electric field is polarized parallel to the x-axis. All simulations have been performed with a dedicated DGDT solver developed in the framework of the DIOGENeS software suite.

Figure 2 shows the resulting scattering cross-sections for the local and non-local dispersion model. A comparison of two numerical fluxes, i.e. centered fluxes and upwind fluxes is provided on this figure. The simulations exploit third order spatial polynomials and an explicit fourth order low storage Runge-Kutta time discretization scheme. Perfectly matched layers mimic the infinite open space and truncate the tetrahedral mesh as shown in Figure 3. A total field/scattered field formulation permits the evaluation of the scattering cross-section.

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!! High order discretization methods

We concentrate our efforts on finite element type methods belonging to the family of Discontinuous Galerkin (DG) methods. DG methods are at the heart of the activities of the team regarding the development of high order discretization schemes for the differential systems modeling time-domain and time-harmonic electromagnetic and elastodynamic wave propagation. We currently study three variants of DG methods: (1) DG methods for time-domain problems, (2) hybridizable DG (HDG) methods for time-domain and time-harmonic problems and (3) multiscale DG methods for time-domain problems.

!! Efficient time integration strategies

The use of unstructured meshes in conjunction with high order DG discretization methods for time-domain problems (so-called DGTD methods) is appealing for dealing with complex geometries and heterogeneous propagation media. Moreover, DG discretization methods are naturally adapted to local, conforming as well as non-conforming, refinement of the underlying mesh. Most of the existing DGTD methods rely on explicit time integration schemes and lead to block diagonal mass matrices which is often recognized as one of the main advantages with regards to continuous finite element methods. However, explicit DGTD methods are also constrained by a stability condition that can be very restrictive on highly refined meshes and when the local approximation relies on high order polynomial interpolation. In this context, we study accurate and efficient strategies combining explicit and implicit time integration schemes.

!! Numerical treatment of complex material models

Towards the general aim of being able to consider concrete physical situations, we are interested in taking into account in the numerical methodologies that we study, a better description of the propagation of waves in realistic media. For example, in the context of DGTD formulations for electromagnetic wave propagation models, we study the numerical treatment of local and non-local dispersion models.

!! Applications

Although our methodological contributions are in theory applicable to a wide panel of applications in electromagnetics and elastodynamics, we currently concentrate our efforts on devising innovative numerical methodologies for the simulation of problems involving waves interacting with matter structured at the nanoscale. As a first step in this direction we consider applications pertaining to nanophotonics. [[Main/Results | Recent achievements and sample results are described here]].

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The use of unstructured meshes ~~(based on triangles in two space dimensions and tetrahedra in three space dimensions) in conjunction with high order discretization methods for time-domain problems (e~~.~~g. nodal DGTD formulations) is appealing for dealing with complex geometries and heterogeneous propagation media. Moreover, DG-like~~ discretization methods are naturally adapted to local, conforming as well as non-conforming, refinement of the underlying mesh. Most of the existing DGTD methods rely on explicit time integration schemes and lead to block diagonal mass matrices which is often recognized as one of the main advantages with regards to continuous finite element methods. However, explicit DGTD methods are also constrained by a stability condition that can be very restrictive on highly refined meshes and when the local approximation relies on high order polynomial interpolation. In this context, we study accurate and efficient strategies combining explicit and implicit time integration schemes.

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The use of unstructured meshes in conjunction with high order DG discretization methods for time-domain problems (so-called DGTD methods) is appealing for dealing with complex geometries and heterogeneous propagation media. Moreover, DG discretization methods are naturally adapted to local, conforming as well as non-conforming, refinement of the underlying mesh. Most of the existing DGTD methods rely on explicit time integration schemes and lead to block diagonal mass matrices which is often recognized as one of the main advantages with regards to continuous finite element methods. However, explicit DGTD methods are also constrained by a stability condition that can be very restrictive on highly refined meshes and when the local approximation relies on high order polynomial interpolation. In this context, we study accurate and efficient strategies combining explicit and implicit time integration schemes.

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We concentrate our efforts on finite element type methods belonging to the family of Discontinuous Galerkin (DG) methods. DG methods are at the heart of the activities of the team regarding the development of high order discretization schemes for the differential systems modeling time-domain and time-harmonic electromagnetic and elastodynamic wave propagation. We currently study three variants of DG methods: (1)~~ nodal~~ DG methods for time-domain problems, (2) hybridizable DG (HDG) methods for time-domain and time-harmonic problems and (3) multiscale DG methods for time-domain problems.

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We concentrate our efforts on finite element type methods belonging to the family of Discontinuous Galerkin (DG) methods. DG methods are at the heart of the activities of the team regarding the development of high order discretization schemes for the differential systems modeling time-domain and time-harmonic electromagnetic and elastodynamic wave propagation. We currently study three variants of DG methods: (1) DG methods for time-domain problems, (2) hybridizable DG (HDG) methods for time-domain and time-harmonic problems and (3) multiscale DG methods for time-domain problems.

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Although our methodological contributions are in theory applicable to a wide panel of applications in electromagnetics and elastodynamics, we currently concentrate our efforts on devising ~~nnovative~~ numerical methodologies for the simulation of problems involving waves interacting with matter structured at the nanoscale. As a first step in this direction we consider applications pertaining to nanophotonics. [[Main/Results | Recent achievements and sample results are described here]].

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Although our methodological contributions are in theory applicable to a wide panel of applications in electromagnetics and elastodynamics, we currently concentrate our efforts on devising innovative numerical methodologies for the simulation of problems involving waves interacting with matter structured at the nanoscale. As a first step in this direction we consider applications pertaining to nanophotonics. [[Main/Results | Recent achievements and sample results are described here]].

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Our research activities are concerned with the design, analysis and high performance implementation of computational tools for modeling the interaction of waves (electromagnetic waves and elastic waves) with complex media and irregularly shaped structures.\\

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Tetrahedral mesh for plasmonic resonance of a gold nanosphere. The scatterer (in red) is enclosed by the total field (TF) region (in blue), delimited by the TF/SF interface on which the incident field is imposed. Then we find the scattered field (SF) region (in purple), surrounded by UPMLs (in gray).

Tetrahedral mesh for plasmonic resonance of a gold nanosphere. The scatterer (in red) is enclosed by the total field (TF) region (in blue), delimited by the TF/SF interface on which the incident field is imposed. Then we find the scattered field (SF) region (in purple), surrounded by UPMLs (in gray).

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Although our methodological contributions are in theory applicable to a wide panel of applications in electromagnetics and elastodynamics, we currently concentrate our efforts on devising nnovative numerical methodologies for the simulation of problems involving waves interacting with matter structured at the nanoscale. As a first step in this direction we consider applications pertaining to nanophotonics~~/nanoplasmonics~~.

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Although our methodological contributions are in theory applicable to a wide panel of applications in electromagnetics and elastodynamics, we currently concentrate our efforts on devising nnovative numerical methodologies for the simulation of problems involving waves interacting with matter structured at the nanoscale. As a first step in this direction we consider applications pertaining to nanophotonics.

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Although our methodological contributions are in theory applicable to a wide panel of applications in electromagnetics and elastodynamics, we currently concentrate our efforts on ~~problems pertaining to nanophotonics/nanoplasmonics. More precisely, we aim at proposing innovative numerical methodologies for the numerical simulation of light interaction with matter on the nanoscale.~~

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Although our methodological contributions are in theory applicable to a wide panel of applications in electromagnetics and elastodynamics, we currently concentrate our efforts on devising nnovative numerical methodologies for the simulation of problems involving waves interacting with matter structured at the nanoscale. As a first step in this direction we consider applications pertaining to nanophotonics/nanoplasmonics.

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Although our methodological contributions are in theory applicable to a wide panel of applications in electromagnetics and elastodynamics, we currently concentrate our efforts on problems pertaining to nanophotonics/nanoplasmonics. More precisely, we aim at proposing innovative numerical methodologies for the numerical simulation of light interaction with matter on the nanoscale.

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Towards the general aim of being able to consider concrete physical situations, we are interested in taking into account in the numerical methodologies that we study, a better description of the propagation of waves in realistic media. For example, in the context of DGTD formulations for electromagnetic wave propagation models, we study the numerical treatment of local and non-local dispersion models.

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Towards the general aim of being able to consider concrete physical situations, we are interested in taking into account in the numerical methodologies that we study, a better description of the propagation of waves in realistic media. For example, in the context of DGTD formulations for electromagnetic wave propagation models, we study the numerical treatment of local and non-local dispersion models.

'''Applications'''\\

From the point of view of applications, since 2012, we concentrate our efforts on problems pertaining to nanophotonics/nanoplasmonics, i.e., on the numerical modeling of light interaction with nanoscale structures. In this context, our general objective is to propose innovative numerical methodologies for the solution of the system of (time-domain and time-harmonic) Maxwell equations coupled to appropriate models of the materials/structures with which the electromagnetic wave interacts.

'''Applications'''\\

From the point of view of applications, since 2012, we concentrate our efforts on problems pertaining to nanophotonics/nanoplasmonics, i.e., on the numerical modeling of light interaction with nanoscale structures. In this context, our general objective is to propose innovative numerical methodologies for the solution of the system of (time-domain and time-harmonic) Maxwell equations coupled to appropriate models of the materials/structures with which the electromagnetic wave interacts.

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Welcome to ~~PmWiki!~~

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Welcome to the Nachos team homepage!

Our research activities are concerned with the design, analysis and high performance implementation of computational tools for modeling the interaction of waves (electromagnetic waves and elastic waves) with complex media and irregularly shaped structures.

'''High order discretization methods'''

We concentrate our efforts on finite element type methods belonging to the family of Discontinuous Galerkin (DG) methods. DG methods are at the heart of the activities of the team regarding the development of high order discretization schemes for the differential systems modeling time-domain and time-harmonic electromagnetic and elastodynamic wave propagation. We currently study three variants of DG methods: (1) nodal DG methods for time-domain problems, (2) hybridizable DG (HDG) methods for time-domain and time-harmonic problems and (3) multiscale DG methods for time-domain problems.

'''Efficient time integration strategies'''

The use of unstructured meshes (based on triangles in two space dimensions and tetrahedra in three space dimensions) in conjunction with high order discretization methods for time-domain problems (e.g. nodal DGTD formulations) is appealing for dealing with complex geometries and heterogeneous propagation media. Moreover, DG-like discretization methods are naturally adapted to local, conforming as well as non-conforming, refinement of the underlying mesh. Most of the existing DGTD methods rely on explicit time integration schemes and lead to block diagonal mass matrices which is often recognized as one of the main advantages with regards to continuous finite element methods. However, explicit DGTD methods are also constrained by a stability condition that can be very restrictive on highly refined meshes and when the local approximation relies on high order polynomial interpolation. In this context, we study accurate and efficient strategies combining explicit and implicit time integration schemes.

'''Numerical treatment of complex material models'''

Towards the general aim of being able to consider concrete physical situations, we are interested in taking into account in the numerical methodologies that we study, a better description of the propagation of waves in realistic media. For example, in the context of DGTD formulations for electromagnetic wave propagation models, we study the numerical treatment of local and non-local dispersion models.

Our research activities are concerned with the design, analysis and high performance implementation of computational tools for modeling the interaction of waves (electromagnetic waves and elastic waves) with complex media and irregularly shaped structures.

'''High order discretization methods'''

We concentrate our efforts on finite element type methods belonging to the family of Discontinuous Galerkin (DG) methods. DG methods are at the heart of the activities of the team regarding the development of high order discretization schemes for the differential systems modeling time-domain and time-harmonic electromagnetic and elastodynamic wave propagation. We currently study three variants of DG methods: (1) nodal DG methods for time-domain problems, (2) hybridizable DG (HDG) methods for time-domain and time-harmonic problems and (3) multiscale DG methods for time-domain problems.

'''Efficient time integration strategies'''

The use of unstructured meshes (based on triangles in two space dimensions and tetrahedra in three space dimensions) in conjunction with high order discretization methods for time-domain problems (e.g. nodal DGTD formulations) is appealing for dealing with complex geometries and heterogeneous propagation media. Moreover, DG-like discretization methods are naturally adapted to local, conforming as well as non-conforming, refinement of the underlying mesh. Most of the existing DGTD methods rely on explicit time integration schemes and lead to block diagonal mass matrices which is often recognized as one of the main advantages with regards to continuous finite element methods. However, explicit DGTD methods are also constrained by a stability condition that can be very restrictive on highly refined meshes and when the local approximation relies on high order polynomial interpolation. In this context, we study accurate and efficient strategies combining explicit and implicit time integration schemes.

'''Numerical treatment of complex material models'''

Towards the general aim of being able to consider concrete physical situations, we are interested in taking into account in the numerical methodologies that we study, a better description of the propagation of waves in realistic media. For example, in the context of DGTD formulations for electromagnetic wave propagation models, we study the numerical treatment of local and non-local dispersion models.