Technical Program

529: Computational Issues in Electromagnetic Interference

Session Type: Oral
Time: Friday, July 12, 13:10 - 14:50
Location: Quince/Poinsettia
Session Chairs: Danilo Erricolo, University of Illinois at Chicago and Kevin Sowerby, The University of Auckland
 
529.1: STATISTICS AS A TOOLBOX FOR ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCES MODELING
         Chaouki Kasmi; French Network And Information Security Agency, France
         Marc Hélier; University Pierre and Marie Curie - UPMC, France
         Muriel Darces; University Pierre and Marie Curie - UPMC, France
         Emmanuel Prouff; French Network And Information Security Agency, France
 
529.2: A NEW APPROACH FOR ACCURATE ELECTROSTATIC GREEN'S FUNCTION COMPUTATION IN PLANAR LAYERED MEDIA BASED ON HIGHER-ORDER FINITE ELEMENT METHOD
         Mohammed Al-Qedra; Western University, Canada
         Vladimir Okhmatovski; University of Manitoba, Canada
 
529.3: INVESTIGATION OF THE ELECTROMAGNETIC NEAR FIELD AROUND AN OFFSHORE WIND FARM
         Shang-Te Yang; The University of Texas at Austin, United States
         Hao Ling; The University of Texas at Austin, United States
 
529.4: INVESTIGATING PRACTICAL DEPLOYMENT OF SQUARE LOOP FREQUENCY SELECTIVE SURFACES IN THE INDOOR WIRELESS ENVIRONMENT
         Joseph T.-P. Yiin; The University of Auckland, New Zealand
         Michael J. Neve; The University of Auckland, New Zealand
         Kevin W. Sowerby; The University of Auckland, New Zealand
 
529.5: RIGOROUS CONDUCTOR MODELING OF SIGNAL INTEGRITY IN INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
         Yang Shao; The Ohio State University, United States
         Zhen Peng; The Ohio State University, United States
         Jiangong Wei; The Ohio State University, United States
         Jin-Fa Lee; The Ohio State University, United States