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So, this web page was created because... I was asked to. The reviewers said that after publishing the FLAGE paper it would be a good idea make the code available. They were right through. Anyway, I've extended it a bit and now additional programs can be downloaded as well.
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Fractal-Like Aggregate Generation Environment
A fast and accurate implementation of different PC/CC aggregation algorithms.

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This code (along with the unpublished, scattering codes) was the core part of my PhD. It consists of various PC/CC aggregation, modification, and visualisation algorithms. FLAGE might also be used to generate meshes of volume elements (dipoles) for DDA simulations and to create geometry files for common scattering codes (including the refractive index). The source code is not open for two reasons. The first of them is rather trivial. It took me a few years to complete it, and therefore, there are some parts which could be optimised, changed or updated (I'm being pedantic, I know). The second one is that I promised my boss that I'm not going to do that. Therefore, please don't ask me to send the code - It won't happen (at least if you don't have a very good reason to do it). But, come on, it's Java. So if you really, really want to see it, you'll figure out how to do it.

All the algorithms are available for non-commercial use only. If you want to use them in your research, it'd be nice if you cited relevant papers. For example, this one is fine (but feel free to pick a different one):
A fast and accurate implementation of tunable algorithms used for generation of fractal-like aggregate models.

The principles of the PC/CC aggregation algorithm can be found in the work by Filippov et al.:
Fractal-like Aggregates: Relation between Morphology and Physical Properties

Finally, to download the latest version of the program please follow the link:
FLAGE (Fractal-Like Aggregate Generation Environment)

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TEM Image Analyzer
An advanced tool for microscopy image measurements, processing and analysis.

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This is my second code, which was created at VKI (The von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics). Its main purpose is to analyse microscopy images, however, it can be used with any picture. It consists of many algorithms which are difficult to find even in commercial programs. I didn't have much time to create it though (even more - this study was not a part of my PhD). Therefore, some elements are not optimised as they should be. Nevertheless, everything runs smoothly. Have in mind that this is an image processing algorithm, so the default 2GB of RAM might not be sufficient - it's better to extend it.

All the algorithms are available for non-commercial use only. If you want to use them in your research, it'd be nice if you cited relevant papers. At the moment only one is available:
Modeling and analysis of the two-dimensional polystyrene aggregation process.

To download the latest version of the program please follow the link:
TEM Image Analyzer

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Chart Analyzer
A simple tool to retrieve data from any media (pdf, jpg, png, etc).

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This a very simple, but useful, code. It was created because I had to retrieve data from a chart but it was difficult to find a proper algorithm on-line (each of them was either slow or too expensive). Anyway, just follow the instructions which appear on the screen, everything should go just fine.

Feel free to use it whenever and wherever you want. It's always nice to mention the author though. If you want to cite my paper you can use almost any of them. Many values of refractive indices were scanned using this code.

To download the latest version of the program please follow the link:
Chart Analyzer

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Simple Fractal Generator
An algorithm for generating mathematical fractals.

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And this is the last algorithm which was used in my PhD. It's also the oldest one, created during studies (I needed some aggregate images). Easy and simple. If you need help, just right-click on the panel.

Feel free to use it whenever and wherever you want. It's always nice to mention the author though.

To download the latest version of the program please follow the link:
Simple Fractal Generator
FRACTAL

Research goals
The main part of my mork is devoted to light-based measurements and technology. To be more precise - I'm interested in developing new methods (and improving existing ones) for detecting and measuring nano-structures. However, I'm also involved in: machine vision,
composite materials, general electronics, artificial intelligence, biometrics, climate changes, etc.

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On this web page you can find and download almost all of my articles. If something goes wrong, please contact me directly.
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p1 Copyright 2017 Society of Photo Optical Instrumentation Engineers. One print or electronic copy may be made for personal use only. Systematic reproduction and distribution, duplication of any material in this paper for a fee or for commercial purposes, or modification of the content of the paper are prohibited.
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