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2019.5.13--Nontraditional Numerical Methods for Solving Electromagnetic Problems
May 6, 2019


Nontraditional Numerical Methods for Solving Electromagnetic   Problems


Prof.Meisong   Tong


2019-05-13 10:00:00


201 meeting room in the Third District of the   Main Building of North Campus

Lecturer    Profile

Mei Song Tong received the B.S. and M.S. Degrees from Huazhong   University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, China, respectively, and Ph.D.   degree from Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, USA, all in electrical   engineering. He is currently the Distinguished Professor and Head of   Department of Electronic Science and Technology, and Vice Dean of College of   Microelectronics, Tongji University, Shanghai,China.He has also held an   adjunct professorship at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana,   Illinois, USA, and an honorary professorship at the University ofHong Kong,   China. He has published more than 400 papers in refereed journals and   conference proceedingsand co-authored six books or book chapters. His   research interests include electromagnetic field theory, antenna theory and   design, simulation and design of RF/microwave circuits and devices,   interconnect and packaging analysis, inverse electromagnetic scattering for   imaging, and computational electromagnetics.

Prof. Tong is a Fellow of the Electromagnetics Academy, Fellow   of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS), and Full Member   (Commission B) of the USNC/URSI. He has been the chair of Shanghai Chapter   since 2014and the chair of SIGHT committee in 2018,respectively, in IEEE   Antennas and Propagation Society. He has served as an associate editor or   guest editor for several well-known international journals, including IEEE   Antennas and Propagation Magazine, IEEE Transactions on Antennas and   Propagation, IEEE Transactions on Components, Packaging and Manufacturing   Technology, International Journal of Numerical Modeling: Electronic Networks,   Devices and Fields, Progress in Electromagnetics Research, and Journal of   Electromagnetic Waves and Applications, etc. He also frequently served as a   session organizer/chair, technical program committee member/chair, and   general chair for some prestigious international conferences. He was the   recipient of a Visiting Professorship Award from Kyoto University, Japan, in   2012, and from University of Hong Kong, China, 2013. He advised and   coauthored six papers that received the Best Student Paper Award from   different international conferences. He was the recipient of the Travel   Fellowship Award of USNC/URSI for the 31th General Assembly and Scientific   Symposium (GASS) in 2014, Advance Award of Science and Technology of Shanghai   Municipal Government in 2015, Fellowship Award of JSPS in 2016, Innovation   Award of Universities’ Achievements of Ministry of Education of China in   2017. In 2018, he was selected as the Distinguished Lecturer (DL) of IEEE   Antennas and Propagation Society for 2019-2021.

Lecture    Abstract

Electromagnetic   (EM) problems are governed by the well-known Maxwell’s equations which take a   differentialequation form but they can be manipulated into an integral   equation form by introducing the Green’s function.Many numerical methods have   been developed for solving EM integral equations and the most popular or   traditional method is known asthe method of moments (MoM).Although the MoMis   quite robust in general, there existcertain deficiencies in the method   formany applications. Recently, some nontraditional numerical methods for   solving the EM integral equations have been developed and they could become   strong competitors to the MoM, causing a wide attention in the EM community.   The typicalmethods are theNyström method and meshless method and they can   overcome or alleviate the problems in the traditional MoM, leading to having   an alterative choice in many scenarios.In this talk, I will review these two   methods and present their applications for solving various EM problems.


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