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Distinguished Lecture-Non-conformal Numerical Methods for Electromagnetic Radiation and Scattering Problems
August 30 @ 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Practical electromagnetic problems usually involve complex geometry with many features that are of significant different scale of characteristic dimensions. Conventional conformal numerical methods, although elegant in theoretical settings, fall short to address such challenges satisfactorily. We have been pursuing non-orthodox approach, non-conformal numerical methods, and are able to achieve remarkable progress to date. In this talk, I shall discuss briefly a few of our recent developments. They are:
Non-conformal and non-overlapping domain decomposition methods.
A novel non-conformal embedded domain decomposition method.
Surface integral equation discontinuous Galerkin (IEDG) formulation with hyper-singular kernels employing the newly developed reverse operation self-consistent evaluation (ROSE) method.
Generalized impedance boundary conditions in surface integral equation (SIE) for modeling multi-layer complex material coatings.
Computational Intelligence: Gaining physical/engineering insights from simulations.
More importantly, I will also use this talk to advocate bringing electromagnetic back into simulations. Namely, to show how simulation can help us to understand the physics and to analyze the underlying electromagnetic phenomena of the device-under-test.
Speaker(s): Jin-Fa Lee,
(10:30-11:00 AM – Meet and Greet with Prof. Lee;
12:00-12:30 PM – Open for Additional Discussion)
Bldg: Lory Student Center
Colorado State University
1101 Center Ave Mall
Fort Collins, Colorado