Technical Program

217: Finite-Difference Time-Domain Methods I

Session Type: Oral
Time: Tuesday, July 8, 08:00 - 11:20
Location: Chickasaw
Session Chair: Atef Elsherbeni, Colorado School of Mines
 
217.1: AN OPENCL IMPLEMENTATION FOR ACCELERATION OF THE BOR-FDTD ALGORITHM ON GPUS
         Xiande Wang; The Pennsylvania State University, United States
         Douglas H. Werner; The Pennsylvania State University, United States
 
217.2: 2-D NON-CONFORMAL DOMAIN DECOMPOSITION USING THE LAGUERRE-FDTD SCHEME
         Ming Yi; Georgia Institute of Technology, United States
         Madhavan Swaminathan; Georgia Institute of Technology, United States
         Zhiguo Qian; Intel Corporation, United States
         Alaeddin Aydiner; Intel Corporation, United States
 
217.3: SOME REMARKS ON THE FINITE-DIFFERENCE TIME-DOMAIN MODELING OF ROTATING CHARGES
         Anastasios Panaretos; Pennsylvania State University, United States
         Douglas H. Werner; Pennsylvania State University, United States
 
217.4: MODELING LOGGING WHILE DRILLING SYSTEMS AT LOW FREQUENCIES USING THE FINITE DIFFERENCE TIME DOMAIN (FDTD)
         Kadappan Panayappan; The Pennsylvania State University, United States
         Sidharath Jain; The Pennsylvania State University, United States
         Raj Mittra; The Pennsylvania State University, United States
         Jaideva C Goswami; Schlumberger, United States
 
217.5: COMBINING THE FDTD ALGORITHM WITH SIGNAL PROCESSING TECHNIQUES FOR PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENT
         Kapil Sharma; The Pennsylvania State University, United States
         Kadappan Panayappan; The Pennsylvania State University, United States
         Ravi Arya; The Pennsylvania State University, United States
         Raj Mittra; The Pennsylvania State University, United States
 
217.6: FDTD SIMULATION OF THIN RESISTIVE SHEETS
         Yong Wang; Remcom Inc., United States
         Scott Langdon; Remcom Inc., United States
 
217.7: INTEGRATION OF THE FDTD METHOD INTO THE ITERATIVE MULTI-REGION TECHNIQUE FOR SCATTERING FROM MULTIPLE THREE DIMENSIONAL OBJECTS
         Fatih Kaburcuk; Syracuse University, United States
         Veysel Demir; Northern Illinois University, United States
         Atef Elsherbeni; Colorado School of Mines, United States
         Ercument Arvas; Syracuse University, United States
 
217.8: ACCURATE CALCULATION TECHNIQUE FOR TIME DOMAIN IMPEDANCE IN FDTD METHOD
         Wenhua Yu; 2COMU, Inc., United States
         Xiaoling Yang; 2COMU, Inc., United States
         Herbert Fluhler; FreEnt Technologies, Inc., United States
 
CANCELED 217.9: AN EFFECTIVE APPROACH FOR MODELING THINLY COATED CURVED CONDUCTORS IN THE FDTD METHOD WITHOUT GLOBAL TIME-STEP REDUCTION
         Chih-Ming Kuo; National Sun Yat-Sen University, Taiwan
         Chih-Wen Kuo; National Sun Yat-Sen University, Taiwan