10-15 July 2022 • Denver, Colorado, USA


10-15 July 2022 • Denver, Colorado, USA


Open Microphone

In Remembrance of Allen Taflove: FDTD Pioneer and Educator

Special Sessions

Capitol Ballroom 2/3 (HR)

Presentation Time:
Tue, 12 Jul, 16:40 - 17:00 Denver Time (UTC -6)

Session Co-Chairs:
Susan Hagness, University of Wisconsin - Madison and Jamesina Simpson, University of Utah
Session TU-SP.2P
TU-SP.2P.1: Allen Taflove's 50-Year FDTD Legacy
Susan Hagness, University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States
TU-SP.2P.2: How Allen Taflove’s Left-Handed FDTD Code Helped Revolutionize Bioelectromagnetics
Cynthia M. Furse, University of Utah, United States
TU-SP.2P.3: An Open, Collaborative, Reproducible, Cloud-Based, and FAIR Future for EM Modeling and CLS: the o2S2PARC Platform
Nicolas Chavannes, Esra Neufeld, Manuel Guidon, Odei Maiz, Niels Kuster, IT'IS Foundation, Switzerland
TU-SP.2P.4: FDTD-Based Modeling of the Interaction of Practical Sources with Finite Periodic Structures
Aaron Kogon, Intel Corp., Canada; Costas Sarris, University of Toronto, Canada
TU-SP.2P.5: A Provably Stable FDTD Subgridding Technique for Transient Electromagnetic Analysis
Yu Cheng, Lilin Li, Xianghua Wang, Shunchuan Yang, Beihang University, China; Zhizhang Chen, Dalhousie University, China
TU-SP.2P.6: The Impact of the FDTD Method and Allen Taflove on Computational Electromagnetics
Stephen Gedney, University of Colorado Denver, United States
TU-SP.2P.7: Numerical Dispersion Compensation for FDTD via Deep Learning
Shutong Qi, Costas Sarris, University of Toronto, Canada
TU-SP.2P.8: The Strange Research Places FDTD Took Me to
Michal Okoniewski, University of Calgary, Canada
TU-SP.2P.9: In Memory of Allen Taflove: Geophysical Applications and FDTD Advancements Made Possible by Generosity and a Passion for Science
Jamesina Simpson, Yisong Zhang, Prashanna Paneru, Apoorva Pedgaonkar, Yaser Rahmani, University of Utah, United States
TU-SP.2P.10: Open Microphone
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