Special Issue "Recent Advancements and Applications of Computational Electromagnetics"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2022) | Viewed by 17522
Interests: electromagnetic field theory and numerical methods; electromagnetic scattering and imaging; microwave components and antennas
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This Special Issue (SI) is entitled Recent Advancements and Applications of Computational Electromagnetics (CEM). CEM plays a critical role in every area that needs to solve the Maxwell equations by numerical approaches. Classical CEM methods include the method of moments (MOM), finite element method (FEM), finite difference time domain (FDTD), and so on. Traditional applications cover evaluations of radar target properties and electromagnetic compatibility, analyses of radiofrequency antennas and components, predictions of wave propagation and scattering behaviors, extractions of microwave circuit and network parameters, inversions or imaging of electromagnetic structures, and so forth. Simulations of electromagnetic interactions with thermodynamic, hydrodynamic, and quantum fields have also drawn much attention in the last decade. Emerging CEM methods and applications involve machine learning and next-generation wireless communications, etc. Undeniably, CEM is a vivifying subject to explore academic frontiers and solve engineering problems that are related to electromagnetic phenomena by using a numerical methodology and high-performance computers. We look forward to the latest research on CEM in terms of algorithms and applications. Authors are encouraged to submit contributions in any of the following or related areas for CEM:
- Integral equation-based full-wave methods;
- Differential equation-based full-wave methods;
- Approximate methods for high or low frequencies;
- Hybrid methods or co-simulations;
- Large-scale computing and parallelism techniques;
- Multi-scale and/or multi-physical problems;
- Electromagnetic inversion or computational imaging;
- Emerging machine learning-based methods;
- New problems or new results using CEM;
- Open source or shared CEM codes.
Prof. Dr. Mingyao Xia
Prof. Dr. Dazhi Ding
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- integral equation method
- differential equation method
- approximate method
- hybrid method
- large-scale computing
- electromagnetic inversion
- machine learning