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Large-Scale Structures in Acoustics and Electromagnetics: Proceedings of a Symposium Appendix A Symposium Agenda MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1994 8:30 AM WELCOME AND OPENING REMARKS Fred E. Saalfeld Deputy Chief of Naval Research and Technical Director Office of Naval Research 8:45 AM INTRODUCTION John R. Tucker Director, Board on Mathematical Sciences, National Research Council 8:55 AM HIGH-ORDER, MULTILEVEL, ADAPTIVE TIME-DOMAIN METHODS FOR STRUCTURALACOUSTICS SIMULATIONS J. Tinsley Oden Texas Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics University of Texas at Austin 9:45 AM DISTRIBUTED FEEDBACK RESONATORS Hermann A. Haus Department of Electrical Engineering Massachusetts Institute of Technology 10:35 AM ACOUSTICS, ELASTODYNAMICS, AND ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVEFIELD COMPUTATIONA STRUCTURED APPROACH BASED ON RECIPROCITY Adrianus T. de Hoop Faculty of Electrical Engineering Delft University of Technology 11:25 AM NUMERICAL MODELING OF THE INTERACTIONS OF ULTRAFAST OPTICAL PULSESWITH NONRESONANT AND RESONANT MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES Richard W. Ziolkowski Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Arizona 1:45 PM ACOUSTIC SCATTERING FROM COMPLICATED SUBMERGED STRUCTURES Ira Dyer Department of Ocean Engineering Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Large-Scale Structures in Acoustics and Electromagnetics: Proceedings of a Symposium 2:35 PM ADVANCES IN TIME-DOMAIN COMPUTATIONAL ELECTROMAGNETICS USING STRUCTURED/UNSTRUCTUREDFORMULATIONS AND MASSIVELY PARALLEL ARCHITECTURES Vijaya Shankar Director, Computational Sciences Rockwell International Science Center 3:25 PM ADAPTIVE FINITE ELEMENT METHODS FOR THE HELMHOLTZ EQUATION IN EXTERIORDOMAINS Thomas J.R. Hughes and James R. Stewart Division of Applied Mechanics Stanford University 4:15 PM MODELING OF OPTICALLY "ASSISTED" PHASED ARRAY RADAR Alan Rolf Mickelson Department of Electrical Engineering University of Colorado at Boulder 5:05 PM ADJOURN TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1994 8:30 AM MULTI-TIME STEP EXPLICIT SCHEMES FOR TIME INTEGRATION IN STRUCTURALDYNAMICS Ted Belytschko Department of Mechanical Engineering Northwestern University 9:20 AM SYNTHESIS AND ANALYSIS OF LARGE-SCALE INTEGRATED PHOTONIC DEVICESAND CIRCUITS Lakshman S. Tamil Electrical Engineering Program and Center for Applied Optics University of Texas at Dallas 10:10 AM DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF FINITE ELEMENT METHODS FOR TRANSIENT AND TIME-HARMONICSTRUCTURAL ACOUSTICS Peter M. Pinsky and Lonny L. Thompson Department of Civil Engineering Stanford University 11:00 AM AN OVERVIEW OF THE APPLICATION OF THE METHOD OF MOMENTS TO LARGEBODIES IN ELECTROMAGNETICS Edward H. Newman Department of Electrical Engineering Ohio State University
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Large-Scale Structures in Acoustics and Electromagnetics: Proceedings of a Symposium 1:15 PM MODERATED OPEN DISCUSSION Moderators: Arthur Jordan Naval Research Laboratory Thomas J.R. Hughes Stanford University 3:00 PM PANEL DISCUSSION Ted Belytschko, Adrianus T. de Hoop, J. Tinsley Oden, Peter M. Pinsky, Lakshman S. Tamil, Richard W. Ziolkowski 5:00 PM ADJOURN
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