Some Applets
are for simple visualization while others are almost at
the level of a software tool for problem solutions. The
*Schrödinger Equation Solver Applet* falls into this latter
category. It was developed in this form for submission to the
CIP Educational Software Contest in 1999, where it received some small
accolade.

Further notes accompany each of the applets along with certain
caveats associated with their use. These have evolved over time
and do not all reflect current browser and Java technology.
All future programming plans will employ Java 2^{(TM)} and so
will most closely resemble the *Thin Wire Scattering*
applet.

- Thin Wire Scattering Applet

An applet for calculating electromagnetic scattering from a thin cylinder. - Conformal Mapping Applet

An applet for displaying conformal maps of 2-D fields and potentials. - Schrödinger Equation
Solver Applet

An Applet for solving the Schrödinger equation in one dimension - Relaxation convergence Applet

An Applet illustrating the convergence of simple relaxation to solve a 2D Laplace problem. - Yagi Antenna Modeling Applet

Angular distribution of radiation and gain from Yagi antenna configurations - Diatomic chain phonons

Atomic motion for acoustic and optical phonons in a 1-D chain. - Kronig-Penney Model Applet

Energy levels and wave functions for an electron in a periodic 1-D square well potential. - Transmission Line Equation Applet

Properties and electromagnetic losses in common transmission lines.

Back to Start Michael A. Lee and Kevin E. Schmidt

July 1, 2000