Opportunity at National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Information Technology Laboratory, Applied and Computational Mathematics Division
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We are developing high order integral equation methods and numerical tools for computational electromagnetics. This research focuses on the frequency domain electromagnetic field solvers that involve automatic geometry preprocessing/compressing in the presence of geometric singularities and coupling the obtained discretizations to the wideband fast multipole method based accelerators and direct solvers. Applications will include benchmarking, verification, and error analysis of magnetic resonance imaging simulators and electromagnetic scattering codes.
Vico F, Gimbutas Z, et al: IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, Volume 61(3): 1285, 2013
Gimbutas Z, Greengard L: Journal of Computational Physics 232: 22, 2013. doi:http://dx.doi.0rg10.1016/jjcp.2012.01.041, arXiv:1104.5293v1
Computational electromagnetics; Integral equations; Numerical algorithms; Fast multipole method; Field solvers;
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