Technical Program

424: Frequency-Domain Methods II

Session Type: Oral
Time: Thursday, July 11, 13:10 - 17:00
Location: Narcissus/Orange
Session Chairs: Roberto Graglia, Politecnico di Torino and Andrew Peterson, Georgia Institute of Technology
 
424.1: A WELL-CONDITIONED SOLUTION OF A COMBINED FIELD FORMULATION WITHOUT THE SEARCH FOR GLOBAL LOOPS
         Francesco P. Andriulli; Telecom Bretagne, France
         Kristof Cools; University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
         Ignace Bogaert; University of Ghent, Belgium
         Hakan Bağcı; King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia
         Eric Michielssen; University of Michigan, United States
 
424.2: A THREE-DIMENSIONAL BCGS-FFT METHOD FOR INHOMOGENEOUS ANISOTROPIC SCATTERERS WITH HIGH DIELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC CONTRASTS
         Zhiru Yu; Duke University, United States
         Wenji Zhang; Duke University, United States
         Qing Huo Liu; Duke University, United States
 
424.3: ANALYSIS OF NANOSTRUCTURES WITH COMPLEX SHAPE USING IMPROVED GENERALIZED METHOD OF MOMENTS
         Jie Li; Michigan State University, United States
         Daniel Dault; Michigan State University, United States
         Naveen Nair; Michigan State University, United States
         Beibei Liu; Michigan State University, United States
         Yiying Tong; Michigan State University, United States
         Balasubramaniam Shanker; Michigan State University, United States
 
424.4: SOLVING VERY LARGE SCATTERING PROBLEMS USING A PARALLEL PWTD-ENHANCED SURFACE INTEGRAL EQUATION SOLVER
         Yang Liu; University of Michigan, United States
         Hakan Bağcı; King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia
         Eric Michielssen; University of Michigan, United States
 
424.5: NYSTROM IMPLEMENTATION OF A COMBINED FIELD INTEGRAL EQUATION USING APPROXIMATE HELMHOLTZ DECOMPOSITIONS OF THE CURRENT ON A PEC
         Nastaran Hendijani; University of Kentucky, United States
         Jin Cheng; University of Kentucky, United States
         Robert J. Adams; University of Kentucky, United States
 
424.6: THE LOCALLY PERTURBATED MODEL FOR THE SCATTERING OF ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES FROM FINITE CONDUCTIVITY TWO-DIMENSIONAL ROUGH SURFACES
         David Miret; DCNS, France
         Gabriel Soriano; Aix Marseille Université, France
         Marc Saillard; Université de Toulon, France
 
424.7: DETECTION OF DEGENERATE EIGENMODES IN SYMMETRIC CAVITIES AND THEIR COMPUTATION USING BOUNDARY ELEMENT METHOD
         Denis Sievers; University of Paderborn, Germany
 
424.8: SINGULAR HIERARCHICAL VECTOR ELEMENTS OF THE ADDITIVE KIND FOR TRIANGULAR MESHES
         Roberto Graglia; Politecnico di Torino, Italy
         Andrew Peterson; Georgia Institute of Technology, United States
         Ladislau Matekovits; Politecnico di Torino, Italy
         Paolo Petrini; Politecnico di Torino, Italy
 
424.9: ELECTROMAGNETIC SCATTERING FROM ARBITRARY SHAPED MULTIPLE OBJECTS BY SUPERPOSITION SOLUTION COMBINED WITH METHOD OF MOMENTS
         Masahiro Tanaka; Gifu University, Japan
         Kazuo Tanaka; Gifu University, Japan
 
424.10: NOVEL SINGLE-SOURCE INTEGRAL EQUATION FOR ACCURATE QUASI-MAGNETO-STATIC MODELING OF CURRENT FLOW IN 3D CONDUCTORS
         Anton Menshov; University of Manitoba, Canada
         Vladimir Okhmatovski; University of Manitoba, Canada