International Workshop on

Advances in Modeling and Optimization
of High Frequency Structures

August 21-22, 2010

Reykjavik University, Iceland

A two-day workshop on modeling and optimization of high frequency structures will be held at the Reykjavik University, Iceland, in August 2010. The focus is state of the art of the computer-aided modeling and design of microwave and millimeter-wave circuits.

Workshop topics
  • High-frequency electromagnetic simulation
  • Surrogate-based optimization methods and space mapping
  • Knowledge-based design and tuning methodologies
  • Automated design optimization using electromagnetic simulators
  • Inverse problems in electromagnetics
  • Approximation, interpolation and response surface methodologies
  • Applications of adjoint sensitivity for EM-driven optimization
  • Artificial neural network modeling of devices and systems
  • Software architectures for optimization-oriented design
  • Co-simulation and related approaches
  • Bioelectromagnetism
  • CAD of photonic devices

Prospective speakers are encouraged to submit their proposals including the talk title and abstract to the organizers (Slawomir Koziel  and/or Mohamed Bakr).

Further Workshop Information
About Iceland

Workshop Organizers

Slawomir Koziel                   
Engineering Optimization & Modeling Center   
School of Science and Engineering           
Reykjavik University                   
Kringlunni 1                       
IS-103 Reykjavik, Iceland               
Tel: +354 5996376                   
Fax: +354 5996301                   

Mohamed Bakr
Department of Electrical and Computer Eng.
McMaster University
1280 Main Street West
Hamilton, Ontario
Canada L8S 4K1
Tel: +1 905 5259140 / ext. 24079
Fax: +1 905 5234407


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