Dear MPB Community, This may be useful to some of you. Kogence <https://kogence.com/> is offering free cloud supercomputing for MPB (and even MEEP) simulations of optical structures. You can fire simulations on machines as good as 128cores on single node, or cluster many such nodes together. This is an attempt to bring excellent open source software such as MPB to broader users who can try executing simulations and interact with results instantly through the browser itself.
See the MPB example of a diamond structure simulation. <https://kogence.com/app/jobs/files/dashboard/-65%5EBand_Structure_calculation_for_a_diamond_lattice_of_Si_spheres> Alternatively, you can also create your own MPB project from scratch. You can keep the project private or share it with collaborators. Details are provided here :- https://kogence.com/app/category/MPB. There are also 10+ public MEEP projects <https://kogence.com/app/category/MEEP> that you can fork, modify and execute. Kogence, also hosts ready to fork and execute models library built with other open source optics software for free cloud supercomputing : RCWA (S4 <https://kogence.com/app/category/S4>and REMS <https://kogence.com/app/category/REMS>), Near Field Radiation (MESH <https://kogence.com/app/category/MESH>), Time Domain (FDTD+ <https://kogence.com/app/category/FDTD_Plus>). A complete list of simulators we host can be found here. <https://kogence.com/app/category/Simulators> If you run into any issues, please feel free to contact us at: sunil.sandhu at alumni DOT stanford DOT edu or mukul AT alumni DOT stanford DOT edu. Regards, Sunil & Mukul
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