PhD student and teaching assistant,
“Coupling finite elements and auxiliary sources for computational electromagnetics”
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Statistical risk aggregation methodology
PhD defense at ETH Zurich,
Seminar of Applied Mathematics
Coupling finite elements and auxiliary sources
Coupled two numerical techniques, the Finite Element Method (FEM) and the Method of Auxiliary Sources (MAS),
to solve Maxwell's equations encompassing material inhomogeneities without artificially truncating the computational domain.
Compared to the Boundary Element Method, MAS does not include singular integrals in its formulation and present exponential convergence of the approximation error.