M. Csete , A. Szenes , G. Szekeres , B. Banhelyi , T. Csendes , G. Szabo ,
 Department of Optics and Quantum Electronics, University of Szeged, Szeged, Hungary
 Institute of Informatics, University of Szeged, Szeged, Hungary
Introduction: Single-photon detectors capable of ensuring high fidelity read-out of quantum information delivered via photons of specific polarization are crucial in QIP . Our previous studies have shown that different types of one dimensional plasmonic structures enhance the absorptance of p-polarized light [2, 3]. The purpose of present study was to optimize four different types of ...
S. Wang , L. Chen ,
 Northwest A&F University, Yangling, Shaanxi, China
A computer simulation model was developed using finite element-based commercial software, COMSOL Multiphysics®, to simulate temperature distributions in wheat samples packed in a rectangular plastic container and treated in a 6 kW, 27.12 MHz RF system with and without mixing conditions. The developed model was then experimentally validated by temperature distributions of three layers without ...
M. Mruczkiewicz, M. Krawczyk, V.K. Sakharov, Yu. V. Khivintsev, Yu. A. Filimonov, S. A. Nikitov
Nanomaterials Physics Division, Faculty of Physics, Adam Mickiewicz University, Pozna?, Poland
Kotel’nikov Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics, Russian Academy of Sciences (Saratov Branch), Saratov, Russia; Laboratory “Metamaterials”, Chernyshevsky Saratov State University, Saratov, Russia
Kotel’nikov Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia; Laboratory “Metamaterials”, Chernyshevsky Saratov State University, Saratov, Russia
FMR spectra of the periodic microstructures (one-dimensional magnonic crystals, 1D MCs) were obtained using COMSOL with use partial differential equation interface. Results of these calculations were successfully compared with an experimental data for Damon-Eshbach (DE) and Backward-Volume (BV) geometries. The presented tool allows to analyze periodic structures with various geometries and ...
S. Leszczynski, B. Leszczynska, M. Albert, J.W. Bartha, U. Stephan, J. Kuske
Dresden University of Technology, Semiconductor and Microsystems Technology Laboratory, Dresden, Germany
Forschungs- und Applikationslabor Plasmatechnik GmbH, Dresden, Germany
The plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition process with a linear plasma source and the frequency range up to 140 MHz developed by Dresden University of Technology and FAP GmbH Dresden enables a fabrication of thin film silicon layers at very high deposition rates. However, an increase of the plasma frequency reduces the electromagnetic wavelength. Therefore, the electric field distribution is ...
T. Eppes, I. Milanovic, and S. Thiruvengadam
University of Hartford
West Hartford, CT
Patch antennas are widely used in communications links with unmanned aerial vehicles. Their hemispherical send and receive patterns enable the systems to maintain radio frequency contact over a wide range of vehicular attitudes. A microstrip-fed design offers other attractive features including lightweight, inexpensive, and a 3-D structure that can be easily integrated into the fuselage. This ...
Z. Brito-Brito, J. E. Rayas-Sánchez, J. C. Cervantes-González, C. A. López
The Jesuit University of Guadalajara. Dept. of Electronics, Systems and Informatics, Jalisco, México
Intel Guadalajara Design Center, Jalisco, México
The EM optimization of a coarsely discretized model of a microstrip band-pass filter implemented in COMSOL Multiphysics® was realized using two different model configurations. We presented a systematic methodology to find an appropriate 3D EM model configuration on a direct EM optimization of a low fidelity models. It was confirmed that the direct EM optimization of coarse models in COMSOL could ...
J. Brcka ,
 Tokyo Electron U.S. Holdings, Inc., Austin, TX, USA
Introduction: In inductively coupled plasma (ICP) systems the inductive antenna is coupled to the excited plasma inside the low pressure gas reactor. A multi-ICP system can be used for increased area processing and provide additional variables for controlling the plasma. However, assembling the source from individual sources changes the symmetry of the system. Simulation of plasmas in ...
S. Savarese , L. Kremer , C. Sanjeu 
 Armelio, Les Ulis, France
While addressing the pressing need for better, more sustainable engineering and production improvements, Armélio has identified that easy-to-use, customized, multiphysics applications would fulfill customer requirements. Hence, we now design and deliver COMSOL Multiphysics® apps bringing multiphysics simulation into research labs and production plants. Applications range from heat transfer ...
K. Ehrhold, S. Christiansen[1,2], and U. Gösele
Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics, Halle, Germany,
Institute of Photonic Technology, Jena, Germany
Plasmonics is a new branch of the fascinating field of photonics and develops concepts to quench light beyond the diffraction limit and enhance electromagnetic fields. These enhancements occur in metals as localized surface plasmon polaritons (LSP) a coupling of the surface density oscillations of the electron gas to the incident light. With threedimensional nano-structures of coinage metals ...
G. Cerretti, J.-C. Gomez-Lavocat, K. Vynck, D.S. Wiersma
European Laboratory for Non-Linear Spectroscopy (LENS), University of Florence, Sesto Fiorentino, Italy
The Institute of Photonic Sciences (ICFO), Mediterranean Technology Park, Castelldefels, Spain
Istituto Nazionale di Ottica (INO), National Research Council (CNR), Florence, Italy
Liquid-crystal elastomers (LCEs)  have attracted a great attention in recent years due to their high potential in a wide range of applications, from microfluidics components  to artificial muscles . The photo-mechanical response of LCEs is due to their constitutive photo-sensitive molecules, which change shape when absorbing part of the incident light. These microscopic deformations can ...