Technical Program

407: Numerical Methods I

Session Type: Oral
Time: Thursday, July 11, 08:00 - 11:50
Location: Quince/Poinsettia
Session Chairs: John Volakis, Ohio State University and Shankar Balasubramaniam, Michigan State University
 
407.1: ANALYSIS OF SCATTERING FROM TIME VARYING SURFACES WITH THE GENERALIZED METHOD OF MOMENTS: THE SCALAR CASE
         Jie Li; Michigan State University, United States
         Andrew Pray; Michigan State University, United States
         Balasubramaniam Shanker; Michigan State University, United States
 
407.2: ANALYSIS OF NONLINEAR ELECTROMAGNETIC PROBLEMS USING TIME-DOMAIN FINITE ELEMENT METHOD
         Su Yan; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States
         Jian-Ming Jin; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States
 
407.3: MIXED BASIS FUNCTIONS FOR FAST ANALYSIS OF ANTENNAS NEAR VOXEL-BASED HUMAN MODELS
         Jackson W. Massey; The University of Texas at Austin, United States
         Fangzhou Wei; The University of Texas at Austin, United States
         Ali E. Yılmaz; The University of Texas at Austin, United States
 
407.4: COMPRESSIVE SENSING AND FINITE-DIFFERENCE METHODS IN ELECTROMAGNETICS
         Costas D. Sarris; University of Toronto, Canada
 
407.5: UNCERTAINTY AND SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS FOR TIME-DOMAIN ELECTROMAGNETICS USING POLYNOMIAL CHAOS
         Andrew Austin; University of Toronto, Canada
         Costas D. Sarris; University of Toronto, Canada
 
407.6: A FAST SURFACE INTEGRAL EQUATION SOLVER FOR THE RADIATIVE TRANSFER EQUATION
         Eric Michielssen; Unviersity of Michigan, United States
         John Schotland; Unviersity of Michigan, United States
 
407.7: ON USING CHARGE AS AN ADDITIONAL UNKNOWN IN THE EFIE-HD TO IMPROVE MESH STABILITY
         Jin Cheng; University of Kentucky, United States
         Robert J. Adams; University of Kentucky, United States
 
407.8: A NEW IMPEDANCE BOUNDARY CONDITION FOR FDTD MESH TRUNCATION
         Kadappan Panayappan; Pennsylvania State University, United States
         Takuji Arima; Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
         Raj Mittra; Pennsylvania State University, United States
 
407.9: HARDY SPACE TRANSPARENT BOUNDARY CONDITIONS WITHIN AN INTERIOR PENALTY DISCONTINUOUS GALERKIN FRAMEWORK
         Andrew Baczewski; Michigan State University, United States
         Balasubramaniam Shanker; Michigan State University, United States
 
407.10: TIME-DOMAIN ANALYSIS OF THZ DETECTORS COMPOSED OF ELECTRO-OPTIC, DISPERSIVE, AND ANISOTROPIC CRYSTALS
         Nooshin Mohammadi Estakhri; University of Tehran, Iran
         Mahmoud Shahabadi; University of Tehran, Iran