Invited Speakers


  • Pilar Salgado,

    University of Santiago de Compostela - Spain

    Multiphysics simulation of electrical upsetting processes: Focus on modelling and numerical analysis of the electromagnetic submodel

  • Benoit Vanderheyden,

    Université de Liège - Belgium

    Finite element models for type-II superconductors: constitutive laws and formulations

  • Wil Schilders,

    TU Eindhoven - The Netherlands

    The key role of mathematics in the electronics industry

  • Martina Busetto, Christoph Winkelmann,

    ABB Switzerland Corporate Research - Switzerland

    Modelling, methods development and scientific computing at ABB

  • Giuseppe Ali,

    Università della Calabria - Italy

    Semiconductor device models from the perspective of an applied mathematician

  • Dimitrios Loukrezis,

    Siemens AG and TU Darmstadt - Germany

    The role of uncertainty quantification in electromagnetic simulation

  • Vandana Dwarka,

    TU Delft - The Netherlands

    Towards fast and scalable iterative solvers for indefinite systems arising in electromagnetic simulations


  • Ursula van Rienen,

    University of Rostock - Germany

    Some highlights from Computational Electromagnetics @ SCEE

  • Michael Günther,

    University of Wuppertal - Germany

    Port-Hamiltonian Systems: a useful approach in electrical engineering?

  • Ricardo Riaza,

    Universidad Politécnica de Madrid - Spain

    A projective-based formalism for symmetric modeling of electrical circuits

  • Idoia Cortes Garcia,

    Eindhoven University of Technology - The Netherlands

    Multphysical Modelling and Co-Simulation of Superconducting Magnets in Accelerator Circuits

  • Carolina Urzúa Torres,

    TU Delft - The Netherlands

    Boundary element methods for electromagnetic scattering at complex geometries

  • Fernando José Henriquez Barraza,

    EPFL - Switzerland

    ReLU Neural Network Galerkin Boundary Element Method

  • Andras Poppe,

    SIEMENS Industry Software STS Strategic Innovation group, Budapest University of Technology and Economics - Hungary

    Creating new multi-domain digital twins of LEDs with an attempt to describe their ageing for predictive maintenance schemes

  • Liesbeth Vanherpe,

    ASML, Eindhoven -The Netherlands

    Scientific computing at ASML


  • Albert Ruehli,

    IEEE life fellow, 50 years IBM, Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA

    Retrospective: 50 years of circuit and electromagnetic solutions

  • Jasmin Smajic,

    ETH ZürichSwitzerland

    Numerical Analysis of Electromagnetic Transients in Power Devices

  • Romanus Dyczij-Edlinger,

    Universty of SaarlandGermany

    Reduced-order finite-element modeling and optimization of antennas

  • Liliana Borcea,

    University of MichiganUSA

    Reduced order model approach for inverse scattering

  • Slawomir Koziel,

    Reykjavik University Iceland

    Forward and Inverse Surrogate Modeling for Accelerated Design Optimization of High-Frequency Structures


  • Matthias Auf der Maur,

    University of Rome "Tor Vergata", Italy

    Current Developments in Device Simulation: Degeneracy, Arbitrary Density of States and Multi-particle Drift-diffusion

  • Tonio Biondi,

    Maxim Integrated, Italy

    Data Center Power

  • Steffen Börm,

    University of Kiel, Germany

    GCA-H^2 Matrix Compression for Electrostatic Simulations

  • Bilen Emek Abali,

    Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

    Modeling mechanochemistry in Li-ion bateries

  • Peter Gangl,

    Technische Universität Graz, Austria

    Topology and Shape Optimization of Electrical Machines

  • Jay Gopalakrishnan,

    Portland State University, Oregon, USA

    Techniques for Modeling Fiber Laser Amplifiers

  • Sara Grundel,

    Max Planck Institute Magdeburg, Germany

    Simulation and Model Order Reduction of Power Systems

  • Tudor C. Ionescu,

    University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania

    Model reduction for nonlinear systems – a time-domain moment matching perspective

  • Omar Morandi,

    University of Florence, Italy

    Description of the trajectories of quantum particles by a Quantum Lagrangian approach


  • Ram Achar,

    Carleton University,Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

    Challenges and Opportunities: Modeling and Simulation for the Emerging High-Speed Multifunction Designs

  • Hans-Georg Brachtendorf,

    University of Applied Sciences, Hagenberg, Austria

    Coupled Multirate Simulation by the MPDE technique for Radio Frequency Circuits

  • Carlo de Falco,

    Politecnico di Milano, Italy

    Numerical Modeling of Organic Electronic and Photovoltaic Devices

  • Victorita Dolean,

    University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK

    Microwave Tomographic Imaging of Cerebrovascular Accidents by Using High-Performance Computing

  • Peter Benner,

    Max Planck Institute Magdeburg, Germany

    Parametric model order reduction for ET simulation in nanoelectronics

  • Lihong Feng,

    Max Planck Institute Magdeburg, Germany

    Parametric model order reduction for ET simulation in nanoelectronics

  • Eric Keiter,

    Sandia National Laboratories, New Mexico, USA

    Gradient-Enhanced Polynomial Chaos Methods for Circuit Simulation

  • Roland Pulch,

    Greifswald University, Germany

    Global sensitivity analysis for parameter variations in electric circuits

  • Joachim Schöberl,

    Institute for Analysis and Scientific Computing Vienna, Austria

    Mapped Tent-pitching methods for Maxwell Equations

  • Massimiliano Cremonesi,

    Polimi, Milano, Italy

    A Lagrangian Finite Element approach for the simulation of a vacuum arc

  • Lars Kielhorn,

    TailSiT GmbH, Graz, Austria

    A Symmetric FEM-BEM Formulation for Magnetostatics

  • Stefan Reitzinger,

    CST, Darmstadt, Germany

    Broadband Solution Methods for Maxwell’s Equations in Laplace Domain

  • Ehrenfried Seebacher,

    austriamicrosystems, Unterpremstätten, Austria

    Compact Modeling for HV CMOS Technologies

  • Siegfried Silber,

    LCM GmBH, Linz, Austria

    Optimization of mechatronic components with MagOpt


  • Stéphane Clénet,

    L2EP, Lille, France

    Approximation Methods to solve Stochastic Problems in Computational Electromagnetics

  • Sebastian Schöps,

    TU Darmstadt, Germany

    Iterative Schemes for Coupled Multiphysical Problems in Electrical Engineering

  • Andreas Frommer,

    Bergische Universitat Wuppertal, Germany

    Computing f(A)b- the Action of a Matrix Function on a Vector

  • Piergiorgio Alotto,

    University of Padova, Italy

    Parallelization and Sparsification of a Surface-Volume Integral Code for Plasma-Antenna Interaction

  • Daniel Klagges,

    Leopold Kostal GmbH & Co. KG, Dortmund, Germany

    Simulation of Power Electronics in Automotive Product Development

  • Markus Pistauer,

    CISC Semiconductor GmbH, Klagenfurt, Austria

    High Level Simulation of Cyber-Physical Systems

  • Antonino LaMagna,

    CNR Istituto per la Microelettronica e Microsistemi, Catania, Italy

    Graphene nano-device design from first principles calculations

  • Joost Rommes,

    Mentor Graphics, Grenoble, France

    Different views on model order reduction for the electronics industry


  • Didier Cottet,

    ABB Corporate Research, Baden-Dättwil, Switzerland

    Electromagnetic Simulations in Power Electronic Converter Design

  • Alper Demir,

    Koc University, Istanbul, Turkey

    Phase Models and Phase Computations for Oscillators

  • Andreas Klöckner,

    CIMS, New York University, USA

    Transformational Programming for time- and frequency-domain EM simulation

  • Olivier Le Maitre,

    LIMSI-CNRS, Orsay, France

    Stochastic Spectral Methods for Uncertainty Propagation in Numerical Models

  • Karl Meerbergen,

    KU. Leuven, Belgium

    Model order reduction for PDE constrained optimization in vibrations

  • Giuseppe Nicosia,

    University of Catania, Italy

    Designing High Performance Electronic Devices, Circuits and Systems

  • Sascha Schnepp,

    TU Darmstadt, Germany

    The Discontinuous Galerkin Method on Dynamical hp-Meshes

  • Thorsten Steinmetz,

    ABB Corporate Research, Baden-Dättwil, Switzerland

    Numerical Simulations for Power and Distribution Transformers

  • Utz Wever,

    Siemens AG Corporate Technologie, Munich, Germany

    Uncertainty Quantification from an Industrial Perspective

  • Lin Zschiedrich,

    GmbH, Berlin, Germany

    Nonlocal hydrodynamic Drude model of nano-plasmonic optical devices


  • Tim Davis,

    University of Florida, USA

    Sparse matrix methods for circuit simulation problems

  • Joerg Ostrowski,

    ABB Corporate Research, Switzerland

    Full Maxwell Computation At Low Frequencies

  • Helmut Graeb,

    Technical University of Munich, Germany

    From Sizing over Design Centering and Pareto Optimization to Tolerance Pareto Optimization of Electronic Circuits

  • Guillaume Sylvand,

    EADS IW, France

    From quasi-static to high frequencies: An overview of numerical simulation at EADS

  • Heidi Thornquist,

    Sandia National Laboratories, USA

    Advances in Parallel Transistor-Level Circuit Simulation

  • Maurizio Repetto,

    Politecnico Torino, Italy

    Tonti diagrams and algebraic methods for the solution of coupled problems

  • Patrick Dular

    , Université de Liège, Belgium

    Magnetic model refinement via coupling of finite element subproblems

  • Joost Rommes,

    NXP, -he Netherlands

    Challenges in model order reduction for industrial problems

  • Naoufel Ben Abdallah

    , Université Paul Sabatier, France


  • Sergey Yuferev,

    Nokia, Finland

    Challenges and approaches in EMC/EMI modeling of wireless devices

  • Jan Hesthaven,

    Brown University, USA

    High-order discontinuous Galerkin methods for computational electromagnetics and uncertainty quantification

  • Peter Benner,

    TU Chemnitz, Germany

    Advances in balancing-related model reduction for circuit simulation

  • Qi-Jun Zhang,

    Carleton University, Canada

    ANN/DNN-based behavioral modeling of RF/microwave components/devices and circuit blocks

  • Emira Dautbegovic,

    Qimonda, Germany

    Wavelets in circuit simulation

  • Daniel Ioan,

    Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania

    Parametric reduced-order models for passive integrated components coupled with their EM environment

  • Wim Schoenmaker,

    MAGWEL, Belgium

    Evaluation of the electromagnetic coupling between microelectronic device structures using computational electrodynamics

  • Ansgar Jüngel,

    TU Wien, Austria

    Thermal effects in coupled circuit-device simulations

  • David Levadoux,

    ONERA, France

    New trends in the preconditioning of integral equations of electromagnetism

  • Galina Benderskaya,

    CST, Germany

    Numerical time integration in computational electromagnetics


  • Francois Henrotte,

    RWTH - Aachen University, Germany

    The energy viewpoint in computational electromagnetics

  • Irina Munteanu,

    CST, Germany

    RF & Microwave Simulation with the Finite Integration Technique - From component to system design

  • Athanasios C. Antoulas,

    Rice University, USA

    Approximation of large-scale dynamical systems: An overview and some new results

  • Janne Roos,

    Helsinki University of Technology, Finland

    Overview of Circuit-Simulation Activities at TKK CTL

  • Luis Miguel Silveira,

    Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal

    Outstanding Challenges in Model Order Reduction

  • Herbert De Gersem,

    TU Darmstadt, Germany

    Transient field-circuit coupled models with switching elements for the simulation of electric energy transducers

  • Andrea Marmiroli,

    STMicroelectronics, Italy

    Technology and Device modelling in micro and nanoelectronics: current and future challenges

  • Barbara Wohlmuth,

    Stuttgart University, Germany

    Advances in Mathematical and Computational Methods Applied in Electrical Engineering

  • Piet Hemker,

    University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

    Space mapping and defect correction for efficient optimization


  • Augusto Benvenuti,

    STMicroelectronics, Agrate Brianza, Italy

    Challenging coupled problems in TCAD

  • Georg Denk,

    Infineon Technologies, Munich, Germany

    Circuit simulation for nanaelectronics

  • Erion Gjonaj,

    TU Darmstadt, Germany

    Low noise conservation scheme for the solution of Maxwell's equations in PIC simulations

  • Anne Kværno,

    Norwegian Institute of Technology, Trondheim, Norway

    Time integration methods for coupled equations

  • Siegbert Martin,

    Marconi Communications GmbH, Backnang, Germany

    Microwave issues in EM simulation and design of RF modules, plastic filters and circulators

  • Giovanni Miano,

    Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy

    A unified approach for the analysis of networks composed of distributed and lumped circuits

  • Dave Rodger,

    University of Bath, United Kingdom

    Finite element modelling of electrical machines and actuators



  • Jaijeet Roychowdhury,

    Bell Labs, Murray Hill, USA

    Multi-Time PDEs for Dynamical SystemAnalysis

  • Ronald Rietman,

    Philipps Research, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

    A Common-Mode Skeleton Model for EMC Simulations

  • Caren Tischendorf,

    Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany

    Benefits of Special Structures of DAEs for the Time Domain, Analysis of Integrated Circuits and Consequences for the Model Design

  • Irina Munteanu,

    Politehnica Univ., Bucharest, Romania

    Coupling Electromagnetic Devices to Electric Circuits using

  • Leszek Demkowicz,

    University of Texas, Austin, USA

    Simulation of Electromagnetic Waves in a Human Head

  • Michael Günther, Peter Rentrop,

    Karlsruhe University, Germany

    Numerical Integration and Software in Electric Circuit Simulation

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