International Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society Symposium
The International Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society (ACES) Symposium serves as a forum for developers, analysts, and users of computational techniques applied to electromagnetic field problems for all frequency ranges. The symposium includes technical invited plenary and regular presentations, software tutorials, vendor booths, and short courses.
Papers may address general issues in applied computational electromagnetics or focus on specific applications, techniques, codes, or computational issues of potential interest to ACES members through invited and contributed papers. Distinguished researchers will be invited to deliver keynote speeches on technology trends and significant advances in relevant topics. The following is a list of suggested topics, although contributions in other areas of computational electromagnetics will also be considered.
Presenting at ACES
Following papers will be presented in a Special Session – EM Modeling Using FEKO
“A Study of SAR on Child Passengers and Driver Due to Cellphone Connectivity Within Vehicle”, M. Lyell and Daniel Aloi, Oakland University
“Reduction of Coupling between Flush-Mounted Antennas”, Prathap Valale Prasannakumar, Mohamed A. Elmansouri, Maxim Ignatenko, and Dejan Filipovic, University of Colorado-Boulder.
“Review of Selected New Features in FEKO 2018”, Ulrich Jakobus, Andrés Aguilar, Elia Attardo, Marlize Schoeman, Johann van Tonder, and Kitty Longtin, Altair
“FEKO™ Modeling Study of Passive UHF RFID Tags Embedded in Pavement”, Sourabh R. Walvekar and Robert J. Burkholder, The Ohio State University
“The Application of Design of Experiments to RF Systems”, Scott Burnside, Northrop Grumman
“Massive MIMO – Beyond 4G and a Basis for 5G”, Gopinath Gampala and C. J. Reddy, Altair
“Ultra-Wideband Antenna Performance Comparison”, William Coburn and Seth McCormick, Army Research Lab"