PIERS 2016 in Shanghai
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Progress In Electromagnetics Research Symposium 

PIERS 2016 in Shanghai, China, 8 August - 11 September, 2016

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PIERS2016 Shanghai Focus/Special Sessions  
SC1: Innovative Techniques for Solving Multiphysics Electromagnetic Problems
Organized by Prof. Gaobiao Xiao (Shanghai Jiao Tong University) and Prof. Mei Song Tong (Tongji University)
Session's Information:
Full-wave solution of electromagnetic problems of multiscale and complex target with multiple materials has been a major research emphasis for computational electromagnetics (CEM). Such problems are usually solved by using existing numerical methods such as: finite elements, finite difference, integral equation methods and hybrid methods. As realistic problems are increasingly complex and multiscale, domain decomposition methods, such as discontinuous galerkin、generalized transition matrix and so on, are essential and may be an important direction of future CEM research. CEM is always driven by real life applications, which includes signal/power integrity, electronic packaging and microscale/nanoscale circuits. Also, according to the latest development trends of electronic technologies, the collaborative electro-thermo-mechanical analysis of complex systems is far from exactly being understood where the electromagnetic, thermal, and stress fields coexist and couple with each other (hybrid multiphysics mechanism). In this framework, we invite researchers to submit original research articles on recent progress in computational electromagnetic methods or hybrid methods for multiscale, large scale and multiphysics problems. New algorithms, techniques, and implementations developed for fast and accurate solutions of these problems are all in the session’s scope. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:

* Computational techniques for electromagnetic scattering, radiation, microwave devices, signal integrity (SI), power integrity (PI) and electronic packaging applications.
* Efficient analysis of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and electromagnetic interference (EMI) problems
* Multiphysics field computation and application of complex structures
* Fast and accurate computation of multiscale and electrically large structures
* Modeling and analysis of microscale and nanoscale circuits, applied electromagnetics, fast and high-capacity numerical methods
* Discontinuous Galerkin (DG) Domain decomposition method (DDM)
* Synthetic basis function, characteristic basis function, and generalized transition matrix
* Matrix order reduction algorithms
* Multipole expansion technique and adaptive integral method
* Hybrid solution techniques and high-order basis approach
* Novel solution of integral/differential equations in frequency/time domain
* Parallelization and high-performance computing
* Iterative techniques, convergence analysis and efficient preconditioners

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