Present challenges in computational electromagnetics: complexity management, multi-scales, multi-physics, uncertainty management, statistics
To achieve a certain degree of maturity and to gain effectiveness, computational electromagnetics have progressed with focus on specific techniques, computer implementations, commercial codes or dedicated applications. In fact, practitioners in the field can be identified as electromagnetic modelers, codes developers and users. The success of computational electromagnetics should now face the ever growing demand of more complex electromagnetic simulations in many applications: high-frequency antennas and circuits, electromagnetic compatibility, radar cross section, dosimetry, wave propagation, new electromagnetic materials…
The challenges are numerous: complexity management, multi-scale phenomena, multi-physics, efficient hardware implementations, uncertainty management, and stochastic approaches. Furthermore, computational electromagnetics has also to be developed as exploration tool by integrating physical insights in the analysis, design and optimization of the electromagnetic structures. These problems are common to many scientific and technical societies that make this workshop jointly organized by the French IEEE chapters on APS, EMC and MTT, Commission B, E, K of URSI France and the "waves and propagation" technical committee of SEE. The workshop aims at exploring the original solutions to solve the future problems in a cross-fertilized way.
The workshop will be held over 2 days, on December 2-3 2010, in Saint-Malo, France. The program will combine topic sessions with invited and contributed communications, a roundtable and a tutorial session.