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Near field optical scattering from hexagonal lattice of square nano-pillars of Al

We consider a hexagonal lattice of square nano-pillars of Aluminum. Substrate is also Aluminum. For the wavelengths of interest, substrate is optically very thick. Linearly polarized light is normally incident. Field enhanced parasitic absorption and scattering behavior is studied.

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REMS is a frequency domain wave optics simulator. REMS solves Maxwell equations in frequency domain for both space and time variables. REMS is a heavily multi-threaded, stable and efficient implementation various formulations of Rigorous Coupled Wave Analysis (RCWA), Fourier Modal Method (FMM), and the S-matrix algorithm.

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