E-DDA, a Fortran code for calculating scattering and absorption of light by irregular particles with general (scalar or tensorial) optical properties.
Welcome to my personal homepage! Here you can find information about my latest work and contact details. My name is Rodrigo Alcaraz de la Osa and I do research in fields such as optical biosensing, light scattering by nanoparticles, plasmonics or magneto-optics. I obtained my PhD in Physics in 2013 at the Univeristy of Cantabria, Spain. I am specialized in DDA (Discrete Dipole Approximation) and the study of light scattering by materials with unusual optical properties.
I live in Mompía (Cantabria, Spain) with my wife Jésica and my daughter Sofía. My interests outside scientific research include traveling, doing sport, listening to music and playing the guitar. I also love playing computer games.