Roos, Janne

Scientific Computing in Electrical Engineering SCEE 2008

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Janne Roos

2. Introduction to Part I
Gabriela Ciuprina

3. Challenges and Approaches in EMC Modeling of Wireless Consumer Devices
Sergey Yuferev

4. A New Adaptive Approach to Modeling Measured Multi-Port Scattering Parameters
Sanda Lefteriu, Athanasios C. Antoulas

5. Parametric Models of Transmission Lines Based on First Order Sensitivities
Alexandra Stefanescu, Daniel Ioan, Gabriela Ciuprina

6. Domain Partitioning Based Parametric Models for Passive On-Chip Components
Gabriela Ciuprina, Daniel Ioan, Diana Mihalache, Ehrenfried Seebacher

7. A Novel Graphical Based Tool for Extraction of Magnetic Reluctances Between On-Chip Current Loops
Alexander Vasenev, Sebastián Gim, Alexandra Stefanescu, Sebastian Kula, Diana Mihalache

8. A Robust Technique for Modelling Nonlinear Lumped Elements Spanning Multiple Cells in FDTD
Luis R. J. Costa, Keijo Nikoskinen, Martti Valtonen

9. Computation of Eigenmodes in Periodic Structures with Dispersive Materials
Bastian Bandlow, Rolf Schuhmann

10. Region-Oriented BEM Formulation for Numerical Computations of Electric Fields
Andreas Blaszczyk

11. Surface Integrated Field Equations Method to Solve 3D Electromagnetic Problems
Zhifeng Sheng, Patrick Dewilde, Rob Remis

12. Reduced Basis Method for Electromagnetic Field Computations
Jan Pomplun, Frank Schmidt

13. Using Nudg++ to Solve Poisson’s Equation on Unstructured Grids
Christian Rüdiger Bahls, Gisela Pöplau, Ursula Rienen

14. Magnetic Force Calculations Applied to Magnetic Force Microscopy
Thomas Preisner, Wolfgang Mathis

15. Relativistic High Order Particle Treatment for Electromagnetic Particle-In-Cell Simulations
Martin Quandt, Claus-Dieter Munz, Rudolf Schneider

16. A Statistical Characterization of Resonant Electromagnetic Interactions with Thin Wires: Variance and Kurtosis Analysis
O. O. Sy, M. C. Beurden, B. L. Michielsen, J. A. H. M. Vaessen, A. G. Tijhuis

17. Introduction to Part II
Janne Roos

18. Wavelets in Circuit Simulation
Emira Dautbegovic

19. On Local Handling of Inner Equations in Compact Models
Uwe Feldmann, Masataka Miyake, Takahiro Kajiwara, Mitiko Miura-Mattausch

20. Hybrid Analysis of Nonlinear Time-Varying Circuits Providing DAEs with Index at Most One
Satoru Iwata, Mizuyo Takamatsu, Caren Tischendorf

21. Transient Analysis of Nonlinear Circuits Based on Waves
Carlos Christoffersen

22. Simultaneous Step-Size and Path Control for Efficient Transient Noise Analysis
Werner Römisch, Thorsten Sickenberger, Renate Winkler

23. Nonlinear Distortion in Differential Circuits with Single-Ended and Balanced Drive
Timo Rahkonen

24. Evaluation of Oscillator Phase and Frequency Transfer Functions
M. M. Gourary, S. G. Rusakov, S. L. Ulyanov, M. M. Zharov, B. J. Mulvaney

25. Polynomial Chaos for the Computation of Failure Probabilities in Periodic Problems
Roland Pulch

26. Quasiperiodic Steady-State Analysis of Electronic Circuits by a Spline Basis
Hans Georg Brachtendorf, Angelika Bunse-Gerstner, Barbara Lang, Siegmar Lampe, Ashish Awasthi

27. Accurate Simulation of the Devil’s Staircase of an Injection-Locked Frequency Divider
Tao Xu, Marissa Condon

28. ANN/DNN-Based Behavioral Modeling of RF/Microwave Components and Circuits
Q. J. Zhang, Lei Zhang

29. Surrogate Modeling of Low Noise Amplifiers Based on Transistor Level Simulations
Luciano Tommasi, Dirk Gorissen, Jeroen Croon, Tom Dhaene

30. Computational Statistics Approach to Capacitance Sensitivity Analysis and Gate Delay Time Minimization of TFT-LCDs
Yiming Li, Hsuan-Ming Huang

31. Lookup-Table Based Settling Error Modeling in SIMULINK
Marko Neitola, Timo Rahkonen

32. Speed-Up Techniques for Time-Domain System Simulations
Timo Rahkonen

33. Introduction to Part III
Wil Schilders

34. Heating of Semiconductor Devices in Electric Circuits
Markus Brunk, Ansgar Jüngel

35. Analysis of a PDE Thermal Element Model for Electrothermal Circuit Simulation
Giuseppe Alì, Andreas Bartel, Massimiliano Culpo, Carlo Falco

36. Automatic Thermal Network Extraction and Multiscale Electro-Thermal Simulation
Massimiliano Culpo, Carlo Falco, Georg Denk, Steffen Voigtmann

37. Simulations of an Electron-Phonon Hydrodynamical Model Based on the Maximum Entropy Principle
V. Romano, C. Scordia

38. Consistent Initialization for Coupled Circuit-Device Simulation
Sascha Baumanns, Monica Selva Soto, Caren Tischendorf

39. Hyperbolic PDAEs for Semiconductor Devices Coupled with Circuits
Giuseppe Alí, Giovanni Mascali, Roland Pulch

40. Large-Scale Atomistic Circuit-Device Coupled Simulation of Discrete-Dopant-Induced Characteristic Fluctuation in Nano-CMOS Digital Circuits
Yiming Li, Chih-Hong Hwang

41. Evaluation of Electromagnetic Coupling Between Microelectronic Device Structures Using Computational Electrodynamics
Wim Schoenmaker, Peter Meuris, Walter Pflanzl, Alexander Steinmair

42. Evaluation of Domain Decomposition Approach for Compact Simulation of On-Chip Coupled Problems
Jagoda Plata, Michal Dobrzynski, Sebastián Gim

43. DAE-Index and Convergence Analysis of Lumped Electric Circuits Refined by 3-D Magnetoquasistatic Conductor Models
Sebastian Schöps, Andreas Bartel, Herbert Gersem, Michael Günther

44. Introduction to Part IV
Vittorio Romano

45. Numerical Time Integration in Quasistatic Computational Electromagnetics
Galina Benderskaya, Wolfgang Ackermann, Oliver Sterz, Thomas Weiland

46. A Novel Staggered Finite Volume Time Domain Method
Thomas Lau, Erion Gjonaj, Thomas Weiland

47. EM Scattering Calculations Using Potentials
Magnus Herberthson

48. New Trends in the Preconditioning of Integral Equations of Electromagnetism
David P. Levadoux, Florence Millot, Sébastien Pernet

49. Simulation of Large Interconnect Structures Using ILU-Type Preconditioner
D. Harutyunyan, W. Schoenmaker, W. H. A. Schilders

50. High-Order Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for Computational Electromagnetics and Uncertainty Quantification
J. S. Hesthaven, T. Warburton, C. Chauviere, L. Wilcox

51. Efficient Simulation of Large-scale Dynamical Systems Using Tensor Decompositions
F. Belzen, S. Weiland

52. Robust FETI Solvers for Multiscale Elliptic PDEs
Clemens Pechstein, Robert Scheichl

53. Nonlinear Models for Silicon Semiconductors
Salvatore La Rosa, Giovanni Mascali, Vittorio Romano

54. Multiobjective Optimization Applied to Design of PIFA Antennas
Stefan Jakobsson, Björn Andersson, Fredrik Edelvik

55. Exploiting Model Hierarchy in Semiconductor Design Using Manifold Mapping
D. J. P. Lahaye, C. R. Drago

56. Solving Inverse Problems by Space Mapping with Inverse Difference Method
Murat Şimsek, N. Serap Şengör

57. Introduction to Part V
E. Jan W. Maten

58. Advances in Balancing-Related Model Reduction for Circuit Simulation
Peter Benner

59. Passivity-Preserving Balanced Truncation Model Reduction of Circuit Equations
Tatjana Stykel, Timo Reis

60. A New Approach to Passivity Preserving Model Reduction: The Dominant Spectral Zero Method
Roxana Ionutiu, Joost Rommes, Athanasios C. Antoulas

61. Applications of Eigenvalue Counting and Inclusion Theorems in Model Order Reduction
E. Fatih Yetkin, Hasan Dagğ

62. GABOR: Global-Approximation-Based Order Reduction
Janne Roos, Mikko Honkala, Pekka Miettinen

63. Model Order Reduction for Systems with Non-Rational Transfer Function Arising in Computational Electromagnetics
Lihong Feng, Peter Benner

64. Model Order and Terminal Reduction Approaches via Matrix Decomposition and Low Rank Approximation
Peter Benner, André Schneider

65. Stability and Passivity of the Super Node Algorithm for EM Modeling of IC’s
M. V. Ugryumova, W. H. A. Schilders

66. Hierarchical Model-Order Reduction Flow
Mikko Honkala, Pekka Miettinen, Janne Roos, Carsten Neff

67. Partitioning-Based RL-In–RL-Out MOR Method
Pekka Miettinen, Mikko Honkala, Janne Roos

68. Reduction of Large Resistor Networks
Joost Rommes, Peter Lenaers, Wil H. A. Schilders

69. Nonlinear Model Order Reduction Based on Trajectory Piecewise Linear Approach: Comparing Different Linear Cores
Kasra Mohaghegh, Michael Striebel, E. Jan W. Maten, Roland Pulch

70. Model Order Reduction for Nonlinear IC Models with POD
Arie Verhoeven, Michael Striebel, E. Jan W. Maten

71. On Model Order Reduction of Perturbed Nonlinear Neural Networks with Feedback
Marissa Condon, Georgi G. Grahovski

Keywords: Mathematics, Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis, Electrical Engineering, Numerical Analysis

Publication year
Mathematics in Industry
Page amount
30 pages
Natural Sciences

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