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SC1: Advanced Techniques in Multiphysics Modeling 1

Session Organizers

Qiwei Zhan
Zhejiang University
Weijie Wang
Institute of Applied Physics and Computational Mathematics

Session Infomation

To simulate real-world processes/systems in a more accurate way, we need to perform multiphysics modeling, involving diverse multiphysics models, such as electromagnetics, mechanics, and heat transfer. This session aims at providing a platform to report recent progress in the advanced numerical algorithms in multiphysics modeling, especially, to deal with its four inherent challenges: nonlinearity (in terms of the constitutive relation), multiple scales (in terms of both time and space), load balancing (in terms of scalable computing), and the associated uncertainty quantification.

Submitted Articles

Note: The following submitted articles are not guaranteed to be scheduled in the final program at this stage. The final presentation type and arranged session will be decided by Technical Program Committee.
Presenting Author Talk Time Paper Title | Authors | Abstract
Quantum Maxwell's Equations Made Simple [Keynote]
*Weng Cho Chew (Purdue University) Dong-Yeop Na (Purdue University) Peter Bermel (Purdue University) Thomas E. Roth (Purdue University) Christopher Jayun Ryu (University of Illinois) Kudeki Erhan (University of Illinois)
Next-generation Multi-frequency Microwave Imaging System for Real-time Thermal Therapy Monitoring
*Yuan Fang (University of Southern California) *** Mahta Moghaddam (University of Southern California)
Parallel Multiphysics Simulation of System-in-Package on High-performance Computing Architectures
*Weijie Wang (Institute of Applied Physics and Computational Mathematics) *** *** *** Haijing Zhou (Institute of Applied Physics and Computational Mathematics)
Thermo-mechanical Reliability Analyses Based on the SETD Method for Electronic Devices
*Qi Qiang Liu (Xiamen University) Mingwei Zhuang (Xiamen University) *** Na Liu (Xiamen University) Qing Huo Liu (Duke University)
A Novel Reconfigurable Chipless RFID Tag with Enhanced Coding Capacity
Li Zhang (Tongji University) *Mei Song Tong (Tongji University)

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