Incomplete List of Publications of Christian Hafner (last update 25. 2. 2009)

 

Books and Software Packages

 

1.        Ch. Hafner, Beiträge zur Berechnung der Ausbreitung elektromagnetischer Wellen in zylindrischen Strukturen mit Hilfe des ‘Point-Matching-Verfahrens’. PhD thesis, Diss. ETH.No. 6683, Zurich 1980.

2.        Ch. Hafner, Numerische Berechnung elektromagnetischer Felder. Springer Verlag, Berlin 1987.

3.       Ch. Hafner, The Generalized Multipole Technique for Computational Electromagnetics. Artech House Books, Boston 1990.

4.        Ch. Hafner, 2-D MMP: Two Dimensional Multiple Multipole Analysis Software and User's Manual. Artech House Books, Boston 1990.

5.        Ch. Hafner and L. Bomholt, Demo Version of the 3D MMP Codes for Personal Computers. ACES Short Course Notes, Monterey 1992.

6.       Ch. Hafner and L. Bomholt, The 3D Electrodynamic Wave Simulator. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester 1993.

7.       Ch. Hafner, MaX-1: A Visual Electromagnetics Platform. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester 1998.

8.       Ch. Hafner, Post-Modern Electromagnetics: Using Intelligent MaXwell Solvers. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester 1999.

 

 

Book chapters

 

1.     Ch. Hafner, The Multiple Multipole Program (MMP) and the Generalized Multipole Technique (GMT).  In: Th. Wriedt (editor): Generalized Multipole Techniques for Electromagnetic and Light Scattering, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1999.

2.     D. D. Karkashadze, F. G. Bogdanov, R. S. Zaridze, A. Y. Bijamov, Ch. Hafner, and D. Erni. Advances in Electromagnetics of Complex Media and Metamaterials, volume 89 of NATO Science Series II: Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, chapter Simulation of finite photonic crystals made of biisotropic or chiral material using the method of auxiliary sources, pages 175-193. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, May 2003. Editors: Said Zouhdi; Ari Sihvola; Mohamed Arsalane.

3.     Ch. Hafner, J. Smajic: Efficient and accurate boundary methods for computational optics, in Lecture Note Series of the IMS, NUS, World Scientific Publishing Company, Singapore, 2005.

4.     Ch. Hafner, J. Smajic, D.Erni: Simulation and Optimization of Photonic Crystals using the Multiple Multipole Program, in Electromagnetic Theory and Applications for Photonic Crystals (Editor K. Yasumoto), CRC Press, 2006.

5.     Ch. Hafner, J. Smajic: Maxwell Solvers for Optics, in Handbook of Theroretical and Computational Nanotechnology (Editors: M. Rieth, W. Schommers), American Scientific Publishers, 2006.

6.     Ch. Hafner, J. Smajic, D.Erni: Simulation and Optimization of Composite Doped Metamaterials, in Handbook of Theroretical and Computational Nanotechnology (Editors: M. Rieth, W. Schommers), American Scientific Publishers, 2006.

7.     J. Smajic, M. Mishrikey, A.Fallahi, Chr. Hafner, and R. Vahldieck. Nature Inspired Cooperative Strategies for Optimization (NICSO 2007), volume 129 of Studies in Computational Intelligence, chapter Efficiency of Various Stochastic Optimization Algorithms in High Frequency Electromagnetic Applications, pages 261-272. Springer, Heidelberg / New York, 2008.

 

 

Award

 

1.     Ch. Hafner, L. Bomholt, and P. Regli, “Simulation of electrodynamic fields on small computers”, Seymour Cray Wettbewerb, Ergebnisse 1990, pp. 10-11, Feb 1991.

 

 

Full Papers in Journals, etc.

 

1.     Ch. Hafner, “Bestimmung der dielektrischen Eigenschaften der Ummantelung eines Kabels mit Hilfe eines Optimierungsprogrammes”, Bulletin SEV/VSE, 69, Dec. 1978.

2.     Ch. Hafner, “Ausbreitung schneller Impulse auf PVC-isolierten Netzkabeln”, Bulletin SEV/VSE, 70, pp. 137-141, Feb. 1979.

3.     Ballisti, Ch. Hafner, and P. Leuchtmann, “Application of the representation theory of finite groups to field computation problems with symmetrical boundaries”, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics,. 18, no. 2, pp. 584-587, 1982.

4.     Ch. Hafner and P. Leuchtmann, “Gruppentheoretische Ausnützung von Symmetrien, Teil 1”, Scientia Electrica,. 27, pp. 75-100, Sept. 1981.

5.     Ch. Hafner, R. Ballisti, and P. Leuchtmann, “Gruppentheoretische Ausnützung von Symmetrien, Teil 2”, Scientia Electrica, 27, pp. 107-138, Dec. 1981.

6.     Ch. Hafner and R. Ballisti, “The multiple multipole method (MMP)”, COMPEL - The International Journal for Computation in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, 2, no. 1, 1983.

7.     Ballisti and Ch. Hafner, “The multiple multipole method (MMP) in electro- and magnetostatic problems”, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 19, no. 6, pp. 2367-2370, 1983.

8.     Ch. Hafner, R. Ballisti, G. Klaus, and H. Baggenstos, “Ein Programmpaket zur Berechnung elektromagnetischer Felder”, Bulletin SEV/VSE, 75, no. 7, pp. 381-383, 1984.

9.     Ch. Hafner, “Numerische Berechnung gef\"uhrter Wellenausbreitung”, Bulletin SEV/VSE, 76, no. 1, pp. 15-19, 1985.

10.  Ch. Hafner, “MMP calculations of guided waves”, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 21, pp. 2310-2312, Nov. 1985.

11.  Ch. Hafner and G. Klaus, “Application of the multiple multipole (MMP) method to electrodynamics”, COMPEL - The International Journal for Computation in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, 4, no. 3, 1985.

12.  Ch. Hafner, “Die MMP-Methode”, Archiv für Elektrotechnik, 69, pp. 321-325, 1986.

13.  Ch. Hafner, “Revolutionen und Revolutionäre der Physik”, ETH Bulletin, July 1988.

14.  Ch. Hafner, “On the comparison of numerical methods”, ACES Journal and Newsletter, 3, no. 2, 1988.

15.  Ch. Hafner, “Revolutionen und Revolutionäre der Physik”, Schweizer Ingenieur und Architekt, 106, Dec. 1988.

16.  Ch. Hafner, “Numerical field calculations on PC's”, IEEE AP-S Newsletter, Dec. 1988.

17.  Ch. Hafner and R. Ballisti, “Electromagnetic field calculations on PC's and workstations using the MMP-method”, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 25, pp. 2828-2830, July 1989.

18.  Ch. Hafner, “Feldberechnungen mit Personal Computern: Grundlagen und Erfahrungen”, Bulletin SEV/VSE, 80, no. 9, pp. 505-508, 1989.

19.  Ch. Hafner, “Computation of electromagnetic fields on transputers by the MMP method”, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 26, pp. 823-826, Mar. 1989.

20.  Ch. Hafner, “Parallel computation of electromagnetic fields on transputers”, IEEE AP-S Newsletter, pp. 6-12, Oct. 1989.

21.  Ch. Hafner, “Multiple Multipole (MMP) computations of guided waves and waveguide discontinuities”, Int. J. of Numerical Modelling, 3, pp. 247-257, 1990.

22.  Ch. Hafner, “On the relationship between the MoM and the GMT”, IEEE AP-S Magazine, 32, Dec. 1990.

23.  Ch. Hafner and N. Kuster, “Computations of electromagnetic fields by the multiple multipole method (Generalized Multipole Technique)”, Radio Science, 26, pp. 291-297, Jan. 1991.

24.  Leuchtmann and Ch. Hafner, “Ersetzt das Feldberechnungsprogramm den EMV-Spezialisten?”, Technische Rundschau, 83, pp. 48-51, Mar. 1991.

25.  Ch. Hafner, “On the implementation of FE and GTD concepts in the MMP code”, Archiv für Elektronik und Uebertragungstechnik, 45, Sept. 1991.

26.  Ch. Hafner, “The MMP code for computational electromagnetics on personal computers”, SIAM J. Sci. Stat. Comp., 1991?.

27.  Ch. Hafner, “‘a priori’ knowledge, non-orthogonal basis functions, and ill-conditioned matrices in numerical methods”, Applied Computational Electromagnetics (ACES) journal, 8, pp. 176-187, 1993.

28.  Ch. Hafner, “On the Design of Numerical Methods”, IEEE AP-S Magazine, 35, pp. 13-21, Aug. 1993.

29.  Ch. Hafner, J. Waldvogel, J. Mosig, J. Zheng, and Y. Brand, “On the Combination of MMP with MoM”, Applied Computational Electromagnetics (ACES) journal, vol. 9, no. 3, pp. 18-27, 1994.

30.  Ch. Hafner, “MMP-CG-PET: The Parameter Estimation Technique Applied to the MMP Code with the Method of Conjugate Gradients”, Applied Computational Electromagnetics (ACES) journal, vol. 9, no. 3, pp. 176-187, 1994.

31.  Ch. Hafner, “MMP Computation of Arbitrary Gratings”, PIERS 1994 CD-ROM, Kluver Academic Publishers, ISBN 0-7923-3019-6,Dordrecht, 1994.

32.  Ch. Hafner, “On the Computation of Transmission Line Modes”, PIERS 1994 CD-ROM, Kluver Academic Publishers, ISBN 0-7923-3019-6, Dordrecht, 1994.

33.  Ch. Hafner, “Computational Electromagnetics without Maxwell”, PIERS 1994 CD-ROM, Kluver Academic Publishers, ISBN 0-7923-3019-6, Dordrecht, 1994.

34.  Novotny and Ch. Hafner, “Light Propagation in a Cylindrical Waveguide with a Complex, Metallic, Dielectric Function”, Physical Review E, 50, no. 5, pp. 4094-4106, Nov. 1994.

35.  Ch. Hafner, “MMP Computation of Periodic Structures”, Journal of the Optical Society of America, 12, no 5, pp.1057-1067, May 1995.

36.  H. Heinzelmann; T. R. Huser; T. D. Lacoste; H.-J. Guentherodt; D. W. Pohl; B. Hecht; L. Novotny; O. J.Martin; Ch. Hafner; H. Baggenstos; U. P. Wild; A. Renn, “Scanning Near-field Optical Microscopy in Basel, Rüschlikon, and Zürich”, Optical Engineering, 34, no. 8, pp.2241-2253, Aug. 1995.

37.  J. Haueisen, Ch. Hafner, H. Nowak, H. Brauer, “Neuromagnetic Field Computation using the Multiple Multipole Method”, International Journal of Numerical Modelling, Vol. 9, pp. 145-158, 1996.

38.  D.W. Pohl et al., “Optical Microscopy in the Nano-World”, CHIMIA, Vol. 51, No. 10, pp.760-767, 1997.

39.  D. Erni, D. Wiesmann, M. M. Spühler, S. Hunziker, B. Oswald, J. Fröhlich and Ch. Hafner, "Evolutionary optimization algorithms in computational optics", Recent Research Developments in Optical Engineering, Vol. 2, Research Signpost, Recent Research Developments Series, Publisher: Research Signpost, Trivandrum, India, pp. 19-36, 1999.

40.  D. Erni, D. Wiesmann, M. Spühler, S. Hunziker, E. Moreno, B. Oswald, J. Fröhlich and Ch. Hafner, "Applications of evolutionary optimization algorithms in computational optics," ACES Journal: Special Issue on Evolutionary Methods in Computational Electromagnetics, vol. 15, no. 2, pp. 43-60, July 2000.

41.  E. Moreno, D. Erni, Ch. Hafner, R. E. Kunz, "Theoretical modeling and optimization of integrated optical nanostructures,"CSEM - Scientific and Technical Report 2000, Centre Suisse d'Electronique et de Microtechnique SA, Neuchatel, 2000.

42.  E. Moreno, D. Erni, Ch. Hafner, and R. Vahldieck, "Multiple multipole method with automatic multipole setting applied to the simulation of surface plasmons in metallic nanostructures," J. Opt. Soc. Am. A, vol. 19, no. 1, pp. 101-111, Jan. 2002.

43.  E. Moreno, D. Erni, and Ch. Hafner, "Band structure computations of metallic photonic crystals with the multiple multipole method,": Phys. Rev. B, vol. 65, no. 15, pp. 155120-1-155120-10, April 15, 2002.

44.  E. Moreno, D. Erni, Ch. Hafner, R.E. Kunz, and R. Vahldieck, "Modeling and optimization of non-periodic grating coupler," Optical and Quantum Electronics, vol. 34, pp. 1051-1069, 2002.

45.  J. Smajic, Ch. Hafner, and D. Erni, "On the design of photonic crystal multiplexers," Opt. Express 11, 566-571 (2003), http://www.opticsexpress.org/abstract.cfm?URI=OPEX-11-6-566.

46.  J. Smajic, Ch. Hafner, and D. Erni. Design and optimization of an achromatic photonic crystal bend. Opt. Express, 11(12):1378-1384, June 16 2003.

47.  J. Smajic, Ch. Hafner, and D. Erni. Automatic calculation of band diagrams of photonic crystals using the multiple multipole method. ACES Journal, 18(3):172-180, Nov. 2003.

48.  D. Karkashadze, R. Zaridze, A. Bijamov , Ch. Hafner, J. Smajic, D. Erni, “Reflection compensation scheme for the efficient and accurate computation of waveguide discontinuities in photonic crystals”, ACES Journal, Vol. 19, pp. 10-21, March 2004.

49.  J. Smajic, Ch. Hafner, and D. Erni. Automatic calculation of band diagrams of photonic crystals using the multiple multipole program. ACES Journal, 19(1a):46-54, March 2004.

50.  J. Smajic, Ch. Hafner, D. Erni, “Optimization of photonic crystal structures,” J. Opt. Soc. Am. A 21, 2223-2232 (2004).

51.  Ch. Hafner. Drude model replacement by symbolic regression. Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, 2(1):99-98, March 2005.

52.  Ch. Hafner, Cui Xudong, and R. Vahldieck. Metallic photonic crystals at optical frequencies. Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, 2(2):240-250, June 2005.

53.  Cui Xudong, Christian Hafner, and Rüdiger Vahldieck. “Design of ultra-compact metallo-dielectric photonic crystal filters”. Optics Express, 13(16):6175 -- 6180, August 2005.

54.  F. Robin, D. Erni, S. Costea, P. Cristea, X. Cui, Y. Fedoryshyn, E. Gini, C. Hafner, R. Harbers, J. Holzman, H.-J. Lohe, P. Ma, K. Rauscher, R. Scollo, G. Stark, P. Strasser, W. Vogt, R. Wüest, and H. Jäckel. Photonic integration for high density and multi-functionality in the InP-material system. Proc. SPIE, 6124:612415-1-15, March 2006.

55.  V. Veselago, L. Braginsky, V. Shklover, and Ch. Hafner. Negative refractive index materials. J. of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, 3(2):189-218, April 2006.

56.  Cui Xudong, Christian Hafner, Rüdiger Vahldieck, and Franck Robin. Sharp trench waveguide bends in dual mode operation with ultra-small photonic crystals for suppressing radiation. Opt. Express, 14(10):4351-4356, May 2006.

57.  V. Veselago, L. Braginsky, V. Shklover, and Ch. Hafner. Negative refractive index materials. J. of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, 3(2):189-218, April 2006

58.  Ch. Hafner, X. Cui, and R. Vahldieck. Resolution of negative-index slabs. J. Opt. Soc. Am A, 23(7):1768-1778, July 2006.

59.  Ch. Hafner, X. Cui, and R. Vahldieck. Stochastic parameter optimizers for optical nanostructures. Int. J. of Microwave and Optical Technology (IJMOT), 1(1):121-132, June 2006.

60.  N. Talebi, M. Shahabadi, and Ch. Hafner. Analysis of a lossy microring using the generalized multipole technique. PIER, 60:287-299, 2006.

61.  Ch. Hafner, X. Cui, J. Smajic, and R. Vahldieck. Efficient procedures for the optimization of defects in photonic crystal structures. J. Opt. Soc. Am. A, 24(4):1177-1187, April 2007.

62.  X. Cui, Ch. Hafner, K. Tavzarashvili, and R. Vahldieck. Metallic and dielectric photonic crystal filter design using multiple multipole program and model-based parameter estimation methods. J. Opt. Soc. Am. A, 24(6):1761-1766, June 2007.

63.  W. Nakagawa, L. Vaccaro, H.P. Herzig, and Ch. Hafner. Polarization mode coupling due to metal-layer modifications in apertureless near-field scanning optical microscope probes. J. of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, 4(3):692-703, May 2007.

64.  K. Tavzarashvili, Ch. Hafner, X. Cui, R. Vahldieck, D. Kakulia, G. Ghvedashvili, and D. Karkashadze. Method of auxiliary sources and model-based parameter estimation for the computation of periodic structures. J. of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, 4(3):667-674, May 2007.

65.  T. Jalali, K. Rauscher, A. Mohammadi, D. Erni, Ch. Hafner, W. Baechtold, and M. Z. Shoushtari. Efficient effective permittivity treatment for the 2d-fdtd simulation of photonic crystals. J. of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, 4(3):644-648, May 2007.

66.  J. Smajic, Ch. Hafner, X. Cui, and R. Vahldieck. Numerical optimization of photonic crystal structures. J. of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, 4(3):675–685, May 2007.

67.  Ch. Hafner, X. Cui, A. Bertolace, and R. Vahldieck. Multiple multipole program analysis of metallic optical waveguides. Proc. SPIE, 6617:66170C1-11, June 2007.

68.  Ch. Hafner, X. Cui, A. Bertolace, and R. Vahldieck. Frequency-domain simulations of optical antenna structures. Proc. SPIE, 6617:66170E1-12, June 2007.

69.  K. Tavzarashvili, Ch. Hafner, D. Karkashadze, X. Cui, and R. Vahldieck. Adaptive MBPE algorithm for speeding up the computation. Proc. SPIE, 6617:66170S1-9, June 2007.

70.  X. Cui, Ch. Hafner, F. Robin, D. Erni, K. Tavzarashvili, and R. Vahldieck. Sharp trench waveguide bend with photonic crystals: simulation, fabrication and optimization. Proc. SPIE, 6617:66170D1-11, 2007.

71.  X. Cui, W. Zhang, B.-S. Yeo: R. Zenobi, Ch. Hafner, and D. Erni. Tuning the resonance frequency of Ag-coated dielectric tips. Optics Express, 15(13):8309-8316, June 2007.

72.  K. Tavzarashvili, Ch. Hafner, C. Xudong, R. Vahldieck, D. Karkashadze, and G. Ghvedashvili. Model-based parameter estimation (MBPE) for metallic photonic crystal filters. ACES Journal, 22(2):228-235, July 2007.

73.  Ch. Hafner. Boundary methods for optical nano structures. Physica Status Solidi B, 244(10):3435-2447, October 2007.

74.  Jasmin Smajic, Christian Hafner, Kakhaber Tavzarashvili, and Ruediger Vahldieck: Numerical Analysis of Channel Plasmon Polaritons Enhanced Optical Antennas. J. Comput. Theor. Nanosci. 5, 725–734 (2008).

75.  Michael Bergmair, Kurt Hingerl, and Christian Hafner: Flat Bands and Surface States in Two-Dimensional Metallic Photonic Crystals. J. Comput. Theor. Nanosci. 5, 717–724 (2008).

76.  Benedikt Oswald, Patrick Leidenberger, and Christian Hafner: 3-Dimensional Finite Element Time Domain Analysis of an Asymmetric Near-Field Optical Probe . J. Comput. Theor. Nanosci. 5, 735–745 (2008).

77.  Arya Fallahi, Matthew Mishrikey, Christian Hafner, and Rüdiger Vahldieck: Radar Absorbers Based on Frequency Selective Surfaces on Perforated Substrates . J. Comput. Theor. Nanosci. 5, 704–710 (2008).

78.  V. Shklover, L. Braginsky, G. Witz, M. Mishrikey, and Ch. Hafner. High-temperature photonic structures. thermal barrier coatings, infrared sources and other applications. J. Comput. Theor. Nanosci., 5(5):862–893, May 2008.

79.  A. Fallahi, M. Mishrikey, C. Hafner, and R. Vahldieck. Efficient procedures for the optimization of frequency selective surfaces. IEEE Trans. on Antennas and Propagation, 56(5):1340-1349, May 2008.

80.  X. Cui, D. Erni, and Ch. Hafner. Optical forces on metallic nanoparticles induced by a photonic nanojet. Optics Express, 16(18):13560-13568, September 2008.

81.  V. Tabatadze, A. Bijamov Jr, D. Kakulia, G. Saparishvili, D. Kakulia, R. Zaridze, Ch. Hafner, and D. Erni. Design and analysis of planar photonic band gap devices. Int J Infrared Milli Waves, pages DOI 10.1007/s10762-008-9413-2, September 2008.

82.  G. A. Stark, M. Mishrikey, F. Robin, H. Jaeckel, C. Hafner, R. Vahldieck, D. Erni. Positional dependence of FDTD mode detection in photonic crystal systems. Intl. J. of Numerical Modelling: Electronic Networks Devices and Fields, Vol. 22, Issue 2, pp.201-218, March/April 2009

 

 

International Conference Papers and Course Notes

 

1.     Ch. Hafner and R. Ballisti, “Electromagnetic waves on cylindrical structures calculated by the method of moments and by the point-matching technique”, IEEE AP-S International Symposium, (Los Angeles), June 1981.

2.     Ch. Hafner and P. Leuchtmann, “Group and representation theory of finite groups and its application to field computation problems with symmetrical boundaries”, IEEE AP-S International Symposium, (Los Angeles), June 1981.

3.     Ballisti, Ch. Hafner, and P. Leuchtmann, “Application of the representation theory of finite groups to field computation problems with symmetrical boundaries”, 3rd COMPUMAG Conference, Sept. 1981.

4.     Ballisti and Ch. Hafner, “The multiple multipole method (MMP) in electro- and magnetostatic problems”, 4th COMPUMAG Conference, June 1983.

5.     Ch. Hafner, “A computer program for the calculation of waves on cylindrical structures”, Proceedings of the ISAP, 2, (Kyoto, Japan), pp.607-610, Aug. 1985.

6.     Ch. Hafner, “Numerical calculations of waves on cylindrical structures”, Proceedings of the ISAE, (Beijing), pp72-77, Aug. 1985.

7.     Ch. Hafner, “MMP calculations of guided waves”, Proc. IGTE, 1, (Graz), pp.63--70, Oct. 1985.

8.     Ch. Hafner, “MMP calculations of guided waves”, 5th COMPUMAG Conference, June 1985.

9.     Ch. Hafner, “Numerical field calculation with MMP-programs on PC’s”, URSI Radio Science Meeting, (Syracuse), June 1988.

10.  Kuster and Ch. Hafner, “Numerische Methoden zur Berechnung der Feldverteilung im menschlichen Körper, verursacht durch körpernahe Funkgeräte”, Proceeding der Jahrestagung des Fachverbandes für Strahlenschutz, Nichtionisierende Strahlung, (Köln), Nov. 1988.

11.  Regli, Ch. Hafner, and N.Kuster, “Graphic output routines of the MMP-program package on PC's and SUN workstations”, 5th Annual Review of Progress in Applied Computational Electromagnetics (ACES), Conference Proceedings, (Monterey), Mar. 1989.

12.  Bomholt and Ch. Hafner, “A MMP-program for computations of 3D electromagnetic fields on PC's”, 5th Annual Review of Progress in Applied Computational Electromagnetics (ACES), Conference Proceedings, (Monterey), Mar. 1989.

13.  Ch. Hafner and L. Bomholt, “Implementation and performance of MMP-programs on transputers”, 5th Annual Review of Progress in Applied Computational Electromagnetics (ACES), Conference Proceedings, (Monterey), Mar. 1989.

14.  Ch. Hafner, “Parallel computations of electromagnetic fields on PC's using transputers”, IEEE AP-S International Symposium, (San Jose), June 1989.

15.  Ch. Hafner, “MMP - a program package based on the Generalized Multipole Technique (GMT)”, IEEE AP-S International Symposium, (San Jose), June 1989.

16.  Ch. Hafner, “Computations of electromagnetic fields by the MMP method”, URSI International Symposium on Electromagnetic Theory, (Stockholm), pp.141--143, Aug. 1989.

17.  Ch. Hafner and S. Kiener, “Parallel computations of 3-D electromagnetic fields on transputers”, Proc. of the ISAP, (Tokyo), Aug. 1989.

18.  Bomholt and Ch. Hafner, “Calculation of waveguide discontinuities with 2-D and 3-D MMP programs”, Proc. of the 2nd International Symposium on Antennas and EM Theory, (Shanghai), Sept. 1989.

19.  Ch. Hafner and L. Bomholt, “Calculation of electromagnetic fields onpersonal computers and workstations”, Proc. of the 2nd International Symposium on Antennas and EM Theory, (Shanghai), Sept. 1989.

20.  Ch. Hafner and R. Ballisti, “Electromagnetic field calculations on PC's and workstations using the MMP-method”, Third Biennial IEEE Conference on Electromagnetic Field Computation, 1989.

21.  Ch. Hafner, “Computation of electromagnetic fields on transputers by the MMP method”, 7th COMPUMAG Conference, (Tokyo) Sept. 1989.

22.  Ch. Hafner, “MMP programs for fast computations of electrodynamic fields on small machines”, Proc. GAMNI/SMAI Conference on Approximation and Numerical Methods for the Solution of Maxwell Equations, (Paris), Dec.

23.  Bomholt, P. Regli, Ch. Hafner, and P. Leuchtmann, “MMP-3D: A package for computation of 3D electromagnetic fields on PC's and workstations”, 6th Annual Review of Progress in Applied Computational Electromagnetics (ACES), Conference Proceedings, (Monterey), pp. 26--32, Mar. 1990.

24.  Regli, Ch. Hafner, and N. Kuster, “Animated electromagnetic field representation”, Proc. of the XXIIIrd General Assembly of the International Union of Radio Science (URSI), (Prague), Aug. 1990.

25.  Ch. Hafner and S. Kiener, “Introduction to the MMP codes and to the GMT”, Short Course on Numerical Techniques for Electromagnetics, (Lausanne), Mar. 1990.

26.  Ch. Hafner, “Transputers for computational electromagnetics”, Proc. IEEE-MTT Workshop on new developments in numerical modelling of microwave and millimeter wave structures, (Dallas), May 1990.

27.  Ch. Hafner, “Graphic input/output programs for the 3D-MMP code on PC's”, Proc. IEEE AP-S and URSI Int. Symposium, (Dallas), May 1990.

28.  Kiener, C. Hafner, and L. Bomholt, “The mmp-codes: a 2d and 3d package implemented on PC's”, Proc. ANTEM, (Winnipeg), Aug. 1990.

29.  Ch. Hafner, “MMP solutions of scattering at large bodies”, Proc. IEEE/AP-S and URSI Int. Symposium, (London, Ontario), June 1991.

30.  Ch. Hafner, “On the numerical solutions of eigenvalue problems”, Proc. IEEE/AP-S and URSI Int. Symposium, (London, Ontario), June 1991.

31.  Ch. Hafner, “Justification of classical transmission line computations by numerical solutions of eigenvalue problems”, Proc. PIERS Symposium, (Boston), July 1991.

32.  Ch. Hafner, “MMP solutions of scattering at large bodies”, Proc. PIERS Symposium, (Boston), July 1991.

33.  Ch. Hafner, “Animated 3D graphics for electromagnetic fields on PC's”, Proc. PIERS Symposium, (Boston), July 1991.

34.  Ch. Hafner, “Scientific and educational MMP simulations of electromagnetic fields”, Proc. PIERS Symposium, (Boston), July 1991.

35.  Kuster, C. Hafner, and L. Bomholt, “3D-MMP Software Package for PCs”, Proc. of the 13th Annual Meeting of the Bioelectromagnetic Society, (Salt Lake City, Utah), June 1991.

36.  Hafner and N. Kuster, “Iterative and Block Iterative Solutions of Overdetermined Systems of Equations in the MMP code”, 8th Annual Review of Progress in Applied Computational Electromagnetics (ACES), Conference Proceedings, (Monterey), Mar. 1992.

37.  Hafner, “FD Schemes, Particles, Cellular Automata, and other Exotic Features of the 3D MMP Graphics”, 8th Annual Review of Progress in Applied Computational Electromagnetics (ACES), Conference Proceedings, (Monterey), Mar. 1992.

38.  Ch. Hafner, “Generalized Multipole Technique”, Short course on Computation of Electromagnetic Fields on Personal Computers, (Syracuse University), May, 1993.

39.  Ch. Hafner, “Multiple Multipole Technique”, Short course on Computation of Electromagnetic Fields on Personal Computers, (Syracuse University), May, 1993.

40.  Ch. Hafner, “Computer Programs for Two Dimensional and Three Dimensional Multiple Multipole Technique”, Short course on Computation of Electromagnetic Fields on Personal Computers,

41.  (Syracuse University), May, 1993.

42.  Ch. Hafner, “Generalization and Combination of Numerical Methods”, Short course on Computation of Electromagnetic Fields on Personal Computers, (Syracuse University), May, 1993.

43.  Ch. Hafner, “A Priori Knowledge for Improving Numerical Results”, Short course on Computation of Electromagnetic Fields on Personal Computers, (Syracuse University), May, 1993.

44.  Ch. Hafner, “Visualization and Animation of Electromagnetic Fields”, Short course on Computation of Electromagnetic Fields on Personal Computers, (Syracuse University), May, 1993.

45.  Ch. Hafner and X. Shen, “On the Combination of MMP and MoM”, Proc. IEEE/AP-S and URSI Int. Symposium, (Ann Arbor, MI), p. 71, June 1993.

46.  Ch. Hafner and G. Klaus, “On the value of ill-conditioned matrices for computational electromagnetics”, Proc. IEEE/AP-S and URSI Int. Symposium, (Ann Arbor, MI), p.72, June 1993.

47.  Ch. Hafner and G. Klaus, “A Comparison of the Generalized Multipole Technique with the Method of Moments”, Proc. PIERS Symposium, (Pasadena), p. 408, June 1993.

48.  Ch. Hafner and X. Shen, “Implementation of Rooftop Functions in the MMP Code”, Proc. PIERS Symposium, (Pasadena), p. 412, June 1993.

49.  Ch. Hafner and G. Klaus, “Steps toward Intelligent Numerical Analysis of Measured Data”, Proc. PIERS Symposium, (Pasadena), p. 700, June 1993.

50.  Ch. Hafner, “Comparison and Combination of GMT with MoM”, Proc. of the International Symposium on Antennas and EM Theory, (Nanjing), Sept. 1993.

51.  Ch. Hafner, “On Non-orthogonal Function Analysis”, Proc. of the International Symposium on Antennas and EM Theory, (Nanjing), Sept. 1993.

52.  Ch. Hafner, “On the importance of ill-conditioned matrices in the MMP code”, Proc. of XXIVth General Assemly of URSI, (Kyoto), Sept. 1993.

53.  Ch. Hafner and L. Bomholt, “Efficient MMP Computation of Periodic Structures”, 10th Annual Review of Progress in Applied Computational Electromagnetics (ACES), Conference Proceedings, (Monterey), Mar. 1994.

54.  Ch. Hafner, “MMP Computation of Arbitrary Gratings”, Proc. PIERS Symposium, (Noordwijk), July 1994.

55.  Ch. Hafner, “On the Computation of Transmission Line Modes”, Proc. PIERS Symposium, (Noordwijk), July 1994.

56.  Ch. Hafner, “Computational Electromagnetics without Maxwell”, Proc. PIERS Symposium, (Noordwijk), July 1994.

57.  Haueisen, Ch. Hafner, H. Nowak, H. Brauer, “Neuromagnetic field calculation using the multiple multipole method”, Abstracts of the World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering (ISSN 0031-9155), (Rio de Janeiro), p. 61, 1994.

58.  Ch. Hafner, J. Fröhlich, “The Parameter Estimation Technique (PET): Speeding up Dense Matrix Methods”,  11th Annual Review of Progress in Applied Computational Electromagnetics (ACES), Conference Proceedings, (Monterey), Mar. 1995.

59.  Novotny, Ch. Hafner, D. W. Pohl, “The Multiple Multipole Method in Near-Field Optics”, Conference Proceedings NFO, 3, (Brno), May 1995.

60.  Ch. Hafner, “The MMP Codes for Computational Electromagnetics Applied to Optical Structures”, Proc. PIERS Symposium, (Seattle), July 1995.

61.  Ch. Hafner, “MMP-CG-PET for Efficient Computational Electromagnetics”, Proc. PIERS Symposium, (Seattle), July 1995.

62.  Ch. Hafner, “A New Maxwell Solver for Personal Computers”, Proc. PIERS Symposium, (Boston), p. 48, July 1997.

63.  Ch. Hafner, “The Generalized Finite Differences Program – A Graphic Platform for Testing FD Operators on Irregular Grids”, Proc. PIERS Symposium, (Boston), p. 527, July 1997.

64.  Ch. Hafner and J. Fröhlich, “Generalized Genetic Programming for Solving Engineering Problems”, Proc. PIERS Symposium, (Boston), p. 672, July 1997.

65.  Ch. Hafner, “Maxwell-based Codes for Computational Optics”, Proc. 3rd Workshop on Electromagnetic and Light Scattering Theory and Applications, (Bremen), pp. 101-108, March 1998.

66.  Ch. Hafner, “Boundary Method Simulations for the Optimization of Optical Structures”, Proc. PIERS Symposium, (Taipei), March 1999.

67.  Ch. Hafner, “Post-Modern Electromagnetics”, Proc. PIERS Symposium, (Taipei), March 1999.

68.  Ch. Hafner, J. Fröhlich: Generalized Function Analysis Using Hybrid Evolutionary Algorithms, Proc. Congress on Evolutionary Computation, (Washington), pp. 287-294, July, 1999.

69.  Ch. Hafner, “MMP modelling of discontinuities in open waveguides”, Proc. 4th Conference on Electromagnetic and Light Scattering by Nonspherical Particles: Theory and Applications, (Vigo), pp. 273-280, September 1999.

70.  F. Meier, Ch. Hafner: "Error Minimization by Liner Least Squares when Using Non-Orthogonal Basis Functions", Proc. 7th International Conference on Optimization of Electrical and Electronic Equipment – OPTIM 2000, Univ. Press, Vol. 1, pp. 3-10, May 2000.

71.  Ch. Hafner, J. Fröhlich: “Comparison of Stochastic Optimization Tools for Engineering Applications”, Proc. PIERS Symposium, (Cambridge, MA), p. 376, July 2000.

72.  Ch. Hafner, P. Harscher: “Comparison of Gradient Search and Stochastic Search for the Optimization of a Waveguide Filter”, Proc. PIERS Symposium, (Cambridge, MA), p. 803, July 2000.

73.  Ch. Hafner: “The MMP Near-to-Farfield Transformation”, Proc. PIERS Symposium, (Cambridge, MA), p. 798, July 2000.

74.  D.D.Karkashadze, F.G.Bogdanov, R.S.Zaridze, C. Hafner, “Simulation and Investigation of Finite Photonic Crystals Made of Biisotropic or Chiral Material”, abstracts of NATO Advanced Research Workshop –‘BIANISOTROPUCS 2002’, 9th International Conference on Electromagnetics of Complex Media, Marrakech-Morroco, May 2002, p.18.

75.  R. Zaridze, D. Karkashadze, K. Tavzarashvili,, A. Bijamov, V. Tabatadze, Ch. Hafner, D. Erni, and
E. Moreno, "PBG devices based on periodic structures with defects," IEEE AP-S 2002, Antenna
and Propagation Symposium, and USNC/URSI National Radio Science Meeting,
, Session 67.5, Vol. 2,
pp. 856-859, June 16-21, San Antonio, TX, USA, 2002.

76.  E. Moreno, D. Erni, and Ch. Hafner, "MMP computations of photonic crystals: Band structure of perfect crystals and waveguides," Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium PIERS 2002, July 1-5, Cambridge MA, USA, pp. 439, 2002.

77.  Ch. Hafner, "On the Setting of Multipoles for MMP and GMT," Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium PIERS 2002, July 1-5, Cambridge MA, USA, pp. , 2002.

78.  Ch. Hafner, "SNOM Simulation using the MaX-1 Software," Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium PIERS 2002, July 1-5, Cambridge MA, USA, pp. , 2002.

79.  R. Zaridze, D. Karkashadze, K. Tavzarashvili, A. Bijanov, V. Tabatadze, Ch. Hafner, D. Erni, and E. Moreno, "PBG device simulations," Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium PIERS 2002, July 1-5, Cambridge MA, USA, pp. 443, 2002.

80.  E. Moreno, D. Erni, Ch. Hafner, A. Jebali, "Modeling of photonic crystal discontinuities using
the multiple multipole method," Workshop and EOS Topical Meeting on Two Dimensional Photonic
Crystals
, Aug. 25-30, Monte Verita, Switzerland, 2002.

81.  R. Zaridze, A. Bijamov, D. Karkashadze, K. Tavzarashvili, V. Tabatadze, I. Paroshina, C. Hafner, D. Erni. “Some Antenna Devices Based on PBG Systems”. 2003 IEEE International Antennas and Propagation Symposium and USNC/CNC/URSI North American Radio Science Meeting, June 22-27, 2003, Columbus, OH, USA.

82.  Ch. Hafner, J. Smajic, and D. Erni. Deterministic and probabilistic optimization of photonic crystals. In www.emacademy.org, editor, Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium PIERS 2004, volume 1, pages 5-8, Pisa, Italy, March 28-31 2004. Università di Pisa.

83.  D. Karkashadze, R. Zaridze, A. Bijamov, Ch. Hafner, J. Smajic, and D. Erni. MAS and MMP simulations of photonic crystal devices. In www.emacademy.org, editor, Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium PIERS 2004, volume 1, pages 29-32, Pisa, Italy, March 28-31 2004. Università di Pisa.

84.  K. Rauscher, D. Erni, J. Smajic, and Ch. Hafner. Improved transmission for 60° photonic crystal waveguide bends. In www.emacademy.org, editor, Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium PIERS 2004, volume 1, pages 25-28, Pisa, Italy, March 28-31 2004. Università di Pisa.

85.  J. Smajic, Ch. Hafner, K. Rauscher, and D. Erni. Computation of radiation leakage in photonic crystal waveguides. In www.emacademy.org, editor, Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium PIERS 2004, volume 1, pages 21-24, Pisa, Italy, March 28-31 2004. Università di Pisa.

86.  Ch. Hafner and J. Smajic. Efficient simulation and optimization of photonic crystals. In Proc. Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium PIERS 2004, volume 1, pages 109-112, Pisa, Italy, March 2004. The University of Pisa.

87.  J. Smajic, Ch. Hafner, K. Rauscher, and D. Erni. Analysis of photonic crystal waveguides using the open supercell approach. In EOS, editor, EOS Topical Meeting on Optics in Computing 2004, pages 49-50, Engelberg, Switzerland, April 21-23 2004. European Optical Society.

88.  K. Rauscher, D. Erni, J. Smajic, and Ch. Hafner. Analysis of a photonic crystal taper. In EOS, editor, EOS Topical Meeting on Optics in Computing 2004, pages 17-18, Engelberg, Switzerland, April 21-23 2004. European Optical Society.

89.  Ch. Hafner, J. Smajic, and D. Erni. On the optimization of photonic crystals. In EOS, editor, EOS Topical Meeting on Optics in Computing 2004, pages 15-16, Engelberg, Switzerland, April 21-23 2004. European Optical Society.

90.  K. Rauscher, D. Erni, F. Robin, J. Smajic, Ch. Hafner, R. Ferrini, and W. Bächtold, "Tapers in planar GaAs photonic crystals," submitted to Bulletin SPG/SSP, vol. 21, SPS-Annual Meeting, March 3-4, Neuchâtel, 2004.

91.  Xudong Cui, Christian Hafner, Nicolas Guerin, and Ruediger Vahldieck. “Metallic photonic crystals at RF and at optical frequencies”. In 2005 IEEE AP-S International Symposium on Antenna Propagation, Washington, USA, July 2005.

92.  N. Guerin, C. Hafner, and R. Vahldieck. Compact directive antennas using metallic photonic crystal. In 2005 IEEE AP-S International Symposium on Antenna Propagation, Washington, USA, July 2005.

93.  Cui Xudong, Christian Hafner, Kahaber Tavzarashvili, Ruediger Vahldieck, “ Metallic photonic crystal filters design with MMP methods”, APMC 2005, China.

94.  Cui Xudong, Christian Hafner, Ruediger Vahldieck, “Surface Impedance boundary conditions for the simulation of Metallic photonic crystals”, APMC 2005, China.

95.  K. Tavzarashvili, Ch. Hafner, C. Xudong, and R. Vahldieck. Model-based parameter estimation (mbpe) for metallic photonic crystal filters. In Asia Pacific Microwave Conference, 2005. APMC 2005, December 2005.

96.  Cui Xudong, Christian Hafner, Kahaber Tavzarashvili, Ruediger Vahldieck, “ Metallic photonic crystal filters design with MMP methods”, Xth international semiar /workshop, Direct and Inverse Problems of Electromagnetic and Acoustic Wave Theory, DIPED 2005, Sept. 12-15, Lviv, Ukraine.

97.  K. Tavzarashvili, D. Karkashadze, Ch. Hafner, and Cui Xudong. Efficient field solvers for the analysis of photonic crystal filter. In N.N. Voitovich, editor, Direct and Inverse Problems of Electromagnetic and Acoustic Wave Theory, 2005. DIPED 2005., pages 164-167, NASU, 3b Naukova St., Lviv, 79601, Ukraine, September 2005. IEEE MTT/ED/AP/CPMT/SSC West Ukraine Chapter and MTT/ED Republic of Georgia Chapter.

98.  N. Guerin, C. Hafner, and R. Vahldieck. Compact directive antennas using frequency-selective surfaces (fss). In Asia Pacific Microwave Conference, Suzhou, China, December 2005. IEEE.

99.  Ch. Hafner. MMP simulation of optical nanostructures. In Workshop on numerical methods for optical nano structures, volume 1, Zurich, Switzerland, January 2005. IFH / ETHZ.

100.W. Nakagawa, L. Vaccaro, H. P. Herzig, and C. Hafner. Polarization mode coupling and emitted optical fields in apertureless scanning near-field optical microscopy probes. In OSA Topical Meeting on Nanophotonics, pages 26-28, Uncasville, CT, U.S.A, April 2006. OSA.

101.K. Tavzarashvili, Ch. Hafner, Cui Xudong, and R. Vahldieck. Model-based parameter estimation (MBPE) for solving non-linear eigenvalue problems. In Mathematical Methods in Electromagnetic Theory, 2006. MMET 06., pages 543-545. IEEE, June 2006.

102.Cui Xudong, Ch. Hafner, K. Tavzarashvili, and R. Vahldieck. Parameters extraction from inhomogeneous metamaterials with model based parameter estimation. In Mathematical Methods in Electromagnetic Theory (MMET 06), pages 421-- 423, Kharkov, Ukraine, June 2006. IEEE.

103.Cui Xudong, Ch. Hafner, K. Tavzarashvili, and R. Vahldieck. Design of filters based on photonic crystal slabs. In Mathematical Methods in Electromagnetic Theory (MMET 06), pages 421-- 423, Kharkov, Ukraine, June 2006. IEEE.

104.W. Nakagawa, L. Vaccaro, H. P. Herzig, and Ch. Hafner. Control of emitted fields from apertureless NSOM probes through structuring of metal coating layer. In Frontiers in Optics/Laser Science, Rochester, NY, October 2006.

105.W. Nakagawa, L. Vaccaro, H. P. Herzig, and Ch. Hafner. Polarization mode coupling due to metal-layer modifications in apertureless scanning near-field optical microscopy probes. In 9th International Conference on Near-field Optics, Nanophotonics and Related Techniques, Lausanne, Switzerland, September 2006.

106.W. Nakagawa, L. Vaccaro, H. P. Herzig, and Ch. Hafner. Analysis of metal-layer defects in microfabricated apertureless SNOM probe. In Workshop on numerical methods for optical nano structures, volume 2, Zurich, Switzerland, July 2006. IFH / ETHZ.

107.D.Karkashadze, D. Kakulia, G. Ghvedashvili, K. Tavzarashvili, and Ch. Hafner. MAS-based computer simulation of 3D frequency-selective surfaces. In Workshop on numerical methods for optical nano structures, volume 2, Zurich, Switzerland, July 2006. IFH / ETHZ.

108.J. Smajic, X. Cui, Ch. Hafner, and R. Vahldieck. Numerical optimization of photonic crystal structures. In Workshop on numerical methods for optical nano structures, volume 2, Zurich, Switzerland, July 2006. IFH / ETHZ.

109.N. Guérin, Ch. Hafner, and R. Vahldieck. On the role of losses in left-handed media. In Workshop on numerical methods for optical nano structures, volume 2, Zurich, Switzerland, July 2006. IFH / ETHZ.

110.F. Robin, P. Ma, P. Strasser, R. Wüest, H. Jäckel, X. Cui, and C. Hafner. Fabrication and characterization of compact photonic wire 90 degree bends in InP. In 1st European topical meeting on nanophotonics and metamaterials,, page TUE4f.21, Seefeld, Austria, January 7-11 2007. IOP.

111.Ch. Hafner, J. Smajic, X. Cui, and R. Vahldieck. Simulation and optimization of photonic crystal structures. In 23rd Annual Review of Progress in Applied Computational Electromagnetics (ACES), volume 23, pages 1872-1879, Verona, Italy, March 2007. ACES.

112.Ch. Hafner, X. Cui, A. Bertolace, and R. Vahldieck. On the design of optical antenna. In 23rd Annual Review of Progress in Applied Computational Electromagnetics (ACES), volume 23, pages 1891-1895, Verona, Italy, March 2007. ACES.

113.Ch. Hafner. Boundary methods for optical nano structures. In K. Busch, editor, 386th WEH Seminar on computational nano-photonics, Bad Honnef, Germany, February 2007. DPG.

114.W. Nakagawa, Ch. Hafner, and H. P. Herzig. Numerical investigation of polarization characteristics of apertureless snom probes. In Workshop on numerical methods for optical nano structures, volume 3, Zurich, Switzerland, July 2007. IFH / ETHZ.

115.Ch. Hafner. MMP simulations of plasmonic optical waveguides and antenna structures. In Workshop on numerical methods for optical nano structures, volume 3, Zurich, Switzerland, July 2007. IFH / ETHZ.

116.T. Sannomiya, Ch. Hafner, and J. Vörös. Localized surface plasmon resonance of optically coupled metal particles. In Workshop on numerical methods for optical nano structures, volume 3, Zurich, Switzerland, July 2007. IFH / ETHZ.

117.D. Kakulia, D. Karkashadze, G. Ghvedashvili, K. Tavzarashvili, and Ch. Hafner. MAS approaches for computer simulation and design of metamaterials in microwave and optic frequency range. In Workshop on numerical methods for optical nano structures, volume 3, Zurich, Switzerland, July 2007. IFH / ETHZ.

118.K. Tavzarashvili, Ch. Hafner, and R. Vahldieck. Application of model-based parameter estimation for fast frequency. In Workshop on numerical methods for optical nano structures, volume 3, Zurich, Switzerland, July 2007. IFH / ETHZ.

119.J. Smajic, Ch. Hafner, and K. Tavzarashvili. FEM, MMP, and MAS analysis of CPP-enhanced optical antennas. In Workshop on numerical methods for optical nano structures, volume 3, Zurich, Switzerland, July 2007. IFH / ETHZ.

120.W. Nakagawa, H. P. Herzig, and C. Hafner. Polarization mode conversion and near-field optical coupling in apertureless SNOM probes. In Frontiers in Optics/Laser Science, San Jose, CA, September 2007.

121.T. Jalali, D. Erni, and Ch. Hafner. Analysis of surface plasmons in metallic nanoparticles of different shapes using the multiple multipole method. In 2nd Conf. on Nano Structures (NS 2008), volume 2, page 39, Kish Island, Iran, March 2008.

122.M. Mishrikey, A. Fallahi, Ch. Hafner, R. Vahldieck, L. Braginsky, and V. Shklover. Scattering analysis of graded porous metamaterials using effective permittivity functions. In 2nd Intl. Congress on Advanced Electromagnetic Materials in Microwaves and Optics, Louvain-la-Neuve, France, September 2008. Metamorphose Virtual Institute.

123.L. Raguin, J. Smajic, M. Mishrikey, and Ch. Hafner. Improved performances of numerical simulation algorithms for nanoscale electromagnetics. In SPIE Europe: Optical Systems Design, volume 7100, page 710008, Bellingham, WA 98227-0010 USA, September 2008. SPIE.

124.L. Illyashenko-Raguin, Ch. Hafner, R. Vahldieck, and R. Hiptmair. Spectrally accurate numerical algorithm for surface plasmon polaritons enhanced optical nanoantenna. In Proc. 5th Int. Workshop BEM on the SAAR, page 16, Universität des Saarlandes, Postfach 15 11 50, 66041 Saarbrücken Germany., May 2008. University of Saarland , Saarbruecken, Germany.

125.L. Illyashenko-Raguin, Ch. Hafner, R. Vahldieck, and R. Hiptmair. Spectrally accurate numerical algorithm for surface plasmon polaritons enhanced optical nanoantenna. In Proc. 6th Workshop on Fast BEM in Industrial Applications, pages 19-20, Graz University of Technology, Rechbauerstr. 12, 8010 Graz, October 2008. Technische Universitat Graz.

126.L. Illyashenko-Raguin, Ch. Hafner, and R. Hiptmair. Three-dimensional spectral boundary integral analysis of plasmon polaritons enhanced optical nanoantenna. In 5th European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering (ECCOMAS 2008), Venice, Italy, July 2008. 2008.