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WOLFSIM is an Open-Source software package, developed by OLEG at NCSU, for numerical modeling of electromagnetic systems, especially 1D and 2D periodic structures in anisotropic media. WOLFSIM provides the wideband spectral response (near-field and far-field) from a single simulation of one period of the structure. A two-dimensional spatial grid is combined with a full three-dimensional permittivity tensor to allow for "2D+" simulation. Oblique source incidence is explicitly incorporated using a modified split-field FDTD method. A full description of this package was published in Optics Express.
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WOLFSIM was initiated by a graduate student Chulwoo Oh in the Opto-electronics and Lightwave Engineering Group (OLEG) directed by Dr. Michael Escuti at NC State University. We must mention that WOLFSIM is a software tool for university research purpose and the current version of WOLFSIM is not final and still being developed in the spirit of Open Source. We are grateful to your suggestions for improvement of WOLFSIM.
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Welcome to the [[OLEG:About|Opto-Electronics & Lightwave Engineering Group (OLEG)]], where we study and apply light-matter interactions in soft-condensed matter, and which is directed by [[User:Mjescuti|Dr. Michael Escuti]] (Associate Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering). To learn more about our group, please see our [[OLEG:About|About/Contact]] page.
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==Our Focus==
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Our focus is on advanced optical / electrical / fluidic systems with an emphasis on the following elements: “Soft” Materials (liquid crystals, functional polymers), Holography, Micro-fluidics, Optical Trapping, and Numerical Simulations.
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==Research Areas==
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We principally build prototypes and study basic questions related to the following application areas:
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* Liquid Crystal Displays (ultra-efficient) LCDs
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* Optofluidic Devices for Manipulation of Cells & Nanoparticles
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* Photonic Switches and Tunable Filters
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* Optical Beamsteering
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* Spectral and Imaging Polarimetry and Spectrometers
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* Organic Light Emitting Devices
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* Integrated Biophotonics
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* Numerical Modeling
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Welcome to the Opto-Electronics & Lightwave Engineering Group (OLEG), where we study and apply light-matter interactions in soft-condensed matter, and which is directed by Dr. Michael Escuti (Associate Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering). To learn more about our group, please see our About/Contact page.

Our Focus

Our focus is on advanced optical / electrical / fluidic systems with an emphasis on the following elements: “Soft” Materials (liquid crystals, functional polymers), Holography, Micro-fluidics, Optical Trapping, and Numerical Simulations.

Research Areas

We principally build prototypes and study basic questions related to the following application areas:

  • Liquid Crystal Displays (ultra-efficient) LCDs
  • Optofluidic Devices for Manipulation of Cells & Nanoparticles
  • Photonic Switches and Tunable Filters
  • Optical Beamsteering
  • Spectral and Imaging Polarimetry and Spectrometers
  • Organic Light Emitting Devices
  • Integrated Biophotonics
  • Numerical Modeling