The Industrial Microwave Modeling Group - Objectives
Despite overwhelming technological progress, many microwave power processes/systems are still developed on the basis of extensive experimentation. This usually requires utilization of substantial resources and makes an unavoidable impact on the cost of the final products.
Practical techniques of mathematical modeling and optimization may be of enormous help in improving this situation, but, overall, they remain poorly involved in routine use in the industrial environment.
The Group works towards:
- moving communications between microwave industries and academic institutions specialized in math/computer modeling on a higher level, and
- making modeling more usable to reduce the cost of production and improve equipment characteristics.
- helps industry realize the benefits of applicable computational opportunities and encourages to use them for modeling and optimization,
- assists in microwave businesses to formulate their problems suitable for CAD and work towards their computer-driven resolutions.
These operations are carried out in the forms of educational activities, R&D programs and cooperative efforts in modeling and designing microwave processes and systems.
Last modified: Aug 30, 2014, 22:32 EDT