Computational Electromagnetics

Our group has provided innovations in many aspects of the currently established electromagnetic computational methods including Finite Element, Integral Equations, Fast Multipole Methods, and High Frequency Methods, as well as their hybrid versions. Several of the initial successes in the finite element-boundary integral methods were introduced in the late 1980s and early 1990s, and applications to large scale computational problems in antennas and scattering were pursued in the late 90s and early 2000s (1), (2). Current research relates to multi-physics computational tools, hybridizations with lumped circuits and integrated RFICs, design optimization, reconfigurable arrays and RF systems, conformal array structures on complex platforms, and frequency selective surfaces among others.