Computational Methods for Nanoscale Applications: Particles, Plasmons and Waves

Hardcover | December 18, 2007

byIgor Tsukerman

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Positioning itself at the common boundaries of several disciplines, this work provides new perspectives on modern nanoscale problems where fundamental science meets technology and computer modeling. In addition to well-known computational techniques such as finite-difference schemes and Ewald summation, the book presents a new finite-difference calculus of Flexible Local Approximation Methods (FLAME) that qualitatively improves the numerical accuracy in a variety of problems.

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Positioning itself at the common boundaries of several disciplines, this work provides new perspectives on modern nanoscale problems where fundamental science meets technology and computer modeling. In addition to well-known computational techniques such as finite-difference schemes and Ewald summation, the book presents a new finite-d...

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Computational Methods for Nanoscale Applications: Particles, Plasmons and Waves presents new perspectives on modern nanoscale problems where fundamental science meets technology and computer modeling. This book describes well-known computational techniques such as finite-difference schemes, finite element analysis and Ewald summation, ...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:548 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.27 inPublished:December 18, 2007Publisher:Springer New YorkLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:038774777X

ISBN - 13:9780387747774

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IntroductionFinite-Difference SchemesThe Finite Element MethodFlexible Local Approximation MEthods (FLAME)Long-Range Interactions in Free SpaceLong-Range Interactions in Heterogeneous SystemsApplications in Nano-PhotonicsConclusion: "Plenty of Room at the Bottom for Computational Methods