Technical Program

426: Advanced Numerical Methods

Session Type: Oral
Time: Thursday, July 11, 13:10 - 17:00
Location: Quince/Poinsettia
Session Chairs: Meisong Tong, Tongji University and Deb Chatterjee, University of Missouri Kansas City (UMKC)
 
426.1: ELECTROMAGNETIC DOMAIN DECOMPOSITION FOR 2D MULTI-SCATTERER PROBLEM USING RANDOMLY DISTRIBUTED SOURCES
         Mohamed Moharram; Concordia University, Canada
         Ahmed A. Kishk; Concordia University, Canada
 
426.2: SOLUTION OF ELECTROMAGNETIC SCATTERING PROBLEMS USING AN EIGENMODE PROJECTION TECHNIQUE
         Mamdouh H. Nasr; Cairo University, Egypt
         Islam Eshrah; Cairo University, Egypt
         Tamer Abuelfadl; Cairo University, Egypt
 
426.3: ERROR ASSESSMENT FOR PLANE WAVE SCATTERING FROM CONDUCTING OBJECTS
         Ahmed Kord; Cairo University, Egypt
         Islam Eshrah; Cairo University, Egypt
 
426.4: A NOVEL DOMAIN DECOMPOSITION PRECONDITIONER FOR THE SOLUTION OF BOUNDARY INTEGRAL EQUATIONS
         Oliver Wiedenmann; Technische Universität München, Germany
         Thomas Eibert; Technische Universität München, Germany
 
426.5: WIDEBAND EMC/EMI ANALYSIS USING SKELETONALIZED DOMAIN DECOMPOSITION METHOD
         Jiangong Wei; The Ohio State University, United States
         Zhen Peng; The Ohio State University, United States
         Jin-Fa Lee; The Ohio State University, United States
 
426.6: FFT-ACCELERATED ANALYSIS OF SCATTERING IN RECTANGULAR CAVITIES LOADED WITH LOSSY DIELECTRICS
         Kai Yang; The University of Texas at Austin, United States
         Ali E. Yilmaz; The University of Texas at Austin, United States
 
426.7: INTEGRAL EQUATION APPROACH FOR ANALYZING ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION OF ELASTIC OBJECTS
         Jie Zhang; Tongji University, China
         Mei Song Tong; Tongji University, China
 
426.8: AN EXACT ANALYTICAL PROCEDURE TO EVALUATE SOMMERFELD INTEGRALS IN LAYERED MEDIA PROBLEMS
         Sadasiva Rao; Naval Research Laboratory, United States
         Deb Chatterjee; University of Missouri at Kansas City, United States
 
426.9: RESOLVING AMBIGUITIES IN DOA ESTIMATION BY OPTIMIZING THE ELEMENT ORIENTATIONS
         Kai Yang; University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
         Zhiqin Zhao; University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
         Xiaozhang Zhu; University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
         Qing Huo Liu; Duke University, United States