Computational Electromagnetics

  • Development/hybridisation/optimisation of CEM techniques for solving microwave technology problems, such as:
    • Microwave devices with edges
    • Dielectrically coated microstrip conductors, modeled by the Standard Impedance Boundary Condition (SIBC)
    • Planar and conformal microstrip antenna elements and arrays
    • Stratified planar waveguides
    • Radiating antenna systems in the presence of reflectors
    • EM scattering problems by jet engine inlets
    • Problems of mutual influence between models of the human head and mobile telephone handsets and structure has been carried out at MFOL
    • Inverse scattering problems
    • Dielectric resonators, used in designing filters, oscillators, amplifiers and tuners of microwave systems
    • Open Fabry-Perot type resonators in microwave and millimetre wave frequencies
    • Three-dimensional microwave monolithic integrated circuits (MMICs)
    • Planar striplines in microwave and millimetre wave frequencies light propagation inside optical fibers using the quaternions theory


  • Use of parallel and distributed processing techniques and high performance computing for the solution of complex large scale EM problems
    • Combination of efficient use of parallel computer systems for the solution of large scale electromagnetic problems and remote use of these resources , with the aid of high speed telecommunication networks: interactive virtual reality environment, which combines WWW technology with parallel processing
    • Use of distributed processing techniques for the solution of problems involving resonance, scattering and/or radiation. Modelling with distributed objects (typical system modelling languages, UML, IDL). Programing on CORBA platform (using Java or C)