Technical Program

101: Computational Modeling of Stochastic Uncertainty in Electromagnetic Components and Systems: Methods and Applications

Session Type: Special Session Oral
Time: Monday, July 7, 08:00 - 11:20
Location: Steamboat
Session Chairs: Susan Hagness, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Cynthia Furse, University of Utah and Costas Sarris, University of Toronto
 
101.1: A TUTORIAL ON STOCHASTIC FDTD
         Steve Smith; University of Utah, United States
         Cynthia Furse; University of Utah, United States
 
101.2: ANALYSIS OF ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD VARIABILITY IN MAGNETIZED IONOSPHERE PLASMA USING THE STOCHASTIC FDTD METHOD
         Bach Nguyen; University of Utah, United States
         Cynthia Furse; University of Utah, United States
         Jamesina Simpson; University of Utah, United States
 
101.3: APPLICATIONS OF STOCHASTIC FDTD ANALYSIS IN MICROWAVE BREAST IMAGING
         Sathya Ganta; University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States
         Timothy Colgan; University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States
         Susan C. Hagness; University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States
 
101.4: SENSITIVITY OF TMS-INDUCED ELECTRIC FIELDS TO THE UNCERTAINTY IN COIL PLACEMENT AND BRAIN ANATOMY
         Luis J. Gomez; University of Michigan, United States
         Abdulkadir C. YĆ¼cel; University of Michigan, United States
         Luis Hernandez-Garcia; University of Michigan, United States
         Stephan F. Taylor; University of Michigan, United States
         Eric Michielssen; University of Michigan, United States
 
101.5: SENSITIVITY EVALUATION OF MICROWAVE IMAGING SYSTEMS EMPLOYING SCATTERING-PARAMETER MEASUREMENTS
         Kaveh Moussakhani; McMaster University, Canada
         Justin McCombe; McMaster University, Canada
         Natalia K. Nikolova; McMaster University, Canada
 
101.6: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF FDTD-BASED UNCERTAINTY QUANTIFICATION METHODS
         Luyu Wang; University of Toronto, Canada
         Costas D. Sarris; University of Toronto, Canada
 
101.7: A STOCHASTIC FRAMEWORK TO MODEL BENDING OF TEXTILE ANTENNAS
         Freek Boeykens; Ghent University, Belgium
         Marco Rossi; Ghent University, Belgium
         Luigi Vallozzi; Ghent University, Belgium
         Dries Vande Ginste; Ghent University, Belgium
         Hendrik Rogier; Ghent University, Belgium
 
101.8: STATISTICAL MODELING OF RF/MICROWAVE FET DEVICES
         Qijun Zhang; Carleton University, Canada
         Lei Zhang; Freescale Semiconductor, United States
         Peter Aaen; University of Surrey, United Kingdom
 
101.9: ADAPTIVE POLYNOMIAL CHAOS BASED UNCERTAINTY QUANTIFICATION WITH THE FINITE-DIFFERENCE TIME-DOMAIN METHOD
         Luyu Wang; University of Toronto, Canada
         Costas D. Sarris; University of Toronto, Canada