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These codes can be downloaded free of charge by registering.

Note that the original 3D FDTD code, jFDTD3D, has been rewritten and
renamed FDTD++, and is now available at
FDTD++ (external link).

Note also that jScience has been partially rewritten and greatly expanded,
and will be distributed elsewhere.

Rigorous coupled-wave analysis (RCWA) and path-integral Monte Carlo
(PIMC) codes can be obtained by
contacting me (external link).

Open source software for baseball research can be found at
Baseball++
(external link).

Finally, discussion forums (support, suggestions, etc.) for some of these
codes can be found
here (external link).
    2D Finite element simulation of
    coupled infinite cylinders
    separated by 1 nm. |E|^2 is shown.
    Analytical |E|^2 around an infinite
    cylinder, calculated using Mie
    theory.

    Welcome to The Computational Physicist, a
    website where you will find many open source
    computational physics codes that I, Jeffrey M.
    McMahon (external link), have written.

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