Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

15. Fast superposition T-matrix solution for clusters with arbitrarily-shaped constituent particles, J. Quant. Spectrosc. Radiat. Transfer (2017) 189, 181-188
(with Johannes Markkanen)

14. Phase-ratio imaging as applied to desert sands for tracking human presence, Appl. Opt. (2017) 56, B184-B190
(with Vadym Kaydash, Viktor Korokhin, Yuriy Shkuratov, Evgenij Zubko and Gorden Videen)

13. Measurement of back-scattering patterns from single laser trapped aerosol particles in air, Appl. Opt. (2017) 56, B1-B4
(with Yong-Le Pan, Chuji Wang, Leonid A. Beresnev, Gorden Videen, David Ligon and Joshua L. Santarpia)

12. Effects of surface materials on polarimetric-thermal measurements: applications to face recognition, Appl. Opt. (2016) 55, 5226-5233
(with Nathaniel Short, Shuowen Hu and Gorden Videen) Supplementary Material: visualization 1 and visualization 2

11. Near- and far-field scattering resonance frequency shift in dielectric and perfect electric conducting cylinders, J. Opt. Soc. Am. A (2016) 33, 391-395
(with Yael Gutierrez, Juan M. Sanz, Rodrigo Alcaraz de la Osa, Jose M. Saiz, Francisco Gonzalez, Fernando Moreno and Gorden W. Videen)

10. Optical resonances in electrically charged particles and their relation to the Drude mode, J. Quant. Spectrosc. Radiat. Transfer (2016) 178, 224-229
(with Miroslav Kocifaj, Frantisek Kundracik, Gorden Videen and Jozef Klacka)

9. Frequency shift between near- and far-field scattering resonances in dielectric particles, J. Opt. Soc. Am. A (2015) 9, 1638-1642
(with Yael Gutierrez, Juan M. Sanz, Rodrigo Alcaraz de la Osa, Jose M. Saiz, Francisco Gonzalez, Fernando Moreno and Gorden Videen)

8. Mixing rules and morphology dependence of the scatterer, J. Quant. Spectrosc. Radiat. Transfer (2015) 150, 68-75
(with Gorden Videen, Evgenij Zubko, Wenbo Sun and Yuriy G. Shkuratov)

7. Three-dimensional facial recognition using passive long-wavelength infrared polarimetric imaging, Appl. Opt. (2014) 53, 8514-8521
(with Kristan P. Gurton and Gorden Videen) Supplementary Material: media 1.avi and media 2.avi

6. Enhanced facial recognition for thermal imagery using polarimetric imaging, Opt. Lett. (2014) 39, 3857-3859
(with Kristan P. Gurton and Gorden Videen)

5. Scattering from a large cylinder with an eccentrically embedded core: An orders-of-scattering approximation, J. Quant. Spectrosc. Radiat. Transfer (2014) 133, 520-525
(with Paul A. Martin and John A. Scales)

4. Measuring the void: Theoretical study of scattering by a cylindrical annulus, J. Quant. Spectrosc. Radiat. Transfer (2013) 131, 188-193
(with John A. Scales)

3. Linear response laws and causality in electrodynamics, Eur. J. Phys. (2012) 33, 1635-1650
(with John A. Scales)

2. Object-oriented electrodynamic S-matrix code with modern applications, J. Comput. Phys. (2012) 231, 4823-4835
(with John A. Scales)

1. A New Integral Equation Method for Direct Electromagnetic Scattering in Homogeneous Media and Its Numerical Confirmation, Waves in Random and Complex Media (2006) 16, 397-408
(with John A. DeSanto)

Conference Proceedings & Other Publications

5. Cover Art, Optics & Photonics News, Dec. 2015

4. Changing the paradigm in human identification, Optics & Photonics News, Dec. 2015
(with Nathaniel Short, Shuowen Hu, Kristan P. Gurton, Prudhvi K. Gurram and Gorden Videen)

3. Cover Art, Applied Optics 53 (2014)

2. LWIR polarimetry for enhanced facial recognition in thermal imagery, Proc. SPIE 9099, Polarization: Measurement, Analysis, and Remote Sensing XI, (2014) 90990G
(with Kristan P. Gurton and Gorden Videen)

1. Need for New Property Measurements Methods to Assess Irradiation Damage: Part 2, In: Nuclear Materials Compatibility Data-Mining, Assessment, Storage, and Identification of Research Needs (ed. N. Gubel and et al.) Y-12 National Security Complex (2012)



Computer Codes

openTMM is an object-oriented electrodynamic S-matrix (transfer matrix) code with modern applications. The code is based on our 2012 J. Comput. Phys. paper (PDF) . Usage Example.

JDAY is the code used in our 2006 Waves in Random and Complex Media paper (PDF). Note that this code is old and depends on nag_quad_md module from the Numerical Algorithms Group (NAG).



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