UMBC High Performance Computing Facility
Please note that this page is under construction. We are documenting the
240-node cluster maya that will be available after Summer 2014.
Currently, the 84-node cluster tara still operates independently,
until it becomes part of maya at the end of Summer 2014.
Please see the 2013 Resources Pages under the Resources tab for tara information.
Anti-reflective surfaces for mid-IR optical fibers
Curtis Menyuk, CSEE, UMBC
Andrew Docherty, CASPR, UMBC
Joe Weiben, CSEE, UMBC
The preliminary goal of this project is to create and validate a theoretical
model for an anti-reflective moth-eye structure to be imprinted on the ends of
chalcogenide optical fibers. Further we plan to calculate the transmission
spectra of these moth-eye anti-reflective surface designs with different
geometries and compare them to experimental results of such surfaces.