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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