ACTEOM is a DARPA funded project, part of the EXTREME program, with the goal of developing an Advanced Computational Toolkit for Engineered Optical Materials (ACTEOM). The ACTEOM project is a collaboration with Professor Douglas Werner (Purdue University), Professor Alexander Kilidshev (Purdue University) and Dr. Garret McGraw (E X H Inc.). The focus of the research at Rensselaer is on the development of efficient high-order accurate schemes for solving the dispersive Maxwell's equations.
- Prof. Jeffrey Banks (RPI)
- Prof. Douglas Werner (Penn State)
- Prof. Alex Kildishev (Purdue)
- Dr. Garret McGraw (E x H Inc.)
- DARPA Extreme Program
- J.B. Angel, J.W. Banks and W.D. Henshaw, High-order upwind schemes for the wave equation on overlapping grids: Maxwell's equations in second-order form, J. Comput. Phys., 352 (2018), 534-567
- J.B. Angel, J.W. Banks and W.D. Henshaw, A High-order accurate FDTD scheme for Maxwell's equations on overset grids, Proc. Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society, 2018, 1-2
- M.J. Jenkinson and J.W. Banks, High-order accurate FDTD schemes for dispersive Maxwell's equations in second-order form using recursive convolutions, J. Comput. Phys., 336 (2018), 192-218.
- J.B. Angel, J.W. Banks, W.D. Henshaw, M.J. Jenkinson, A.V. Kildishev, G. Kovacic, L. Prokopeva and D.W. Schwendeman, High-order accurate scheme for Maxwell's equations with a generalized dispersive material model, J. Comput. Phys., 378 (2018), 411-444.
- Software, documentation and publications: overtureframework.org