# Numerical methods for computing Casimir interactions

@inproceedings{Johnson2010NumericalMF, title={Numerical methods for computing Casimir interactions}, author={Steven G. Johnson}, year={2010} }

We review several different approaches for computing Casimir forces and related fluctuation-induced interactions between bodies of arbitrary shapes and materials. The relationships between this problem and well known computational techniques from classical electromagnetism are emphasized. We also review the basic principles of standard computational methods, categorizing them according to three criteria---choice of problem, basis, and solution technique---that can be used to classify proposals… CONTINUE READING

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