The EMLab has received a $100,000 grant from IERUS Technologies to develop numerical techniques that will be incorporated into a high-performance … Read More... about EMLab Awarded $100K Grant for FDTD
Dr. Raymond C. Rumpf
Dr. Rumpf is a pioneer and leader in electromagnetics, photonics, and 3D printing. In 2010, he founded the EMLab with a mission to develop revolutionary technologies and challenge conventional thinking. Since that time, the EMLab has delivered an array of significant discoveries, breakthroughs, and first-ever achievements. He and his team discovered new ways to manipulate fields and waves and developed algorithms to create seemingly impossible geometries that are unlocking new physical mechanisms in electromagnetics and dynamic response of materials. Achievements include the world’s first 3D volumetric circuit manufactured via automated hybrid 3D printing, world’s tightest bend of an unguided optical beam using spatially-variant photonic crystals, world’s highest power frequency selective surface, world’s most broadband all-dielectric filter, and the world’s thinnest all-dielectric antenna. Many other exciting and disruptive technologies are currently under development in the areas of hybrid 3D printing, electromagnetics, photonics, and circuits.
A new market study titled "Discover Global 3D Printed Electronics Market Upcoming Trends, Growth Drivers and Challenges" lists the EM Lab as a key … Read More... about World News Lists EMLab as Key Player in Global 3D Printed Electronics Market
The EM Lab published two seminal papers this month in IEEE Components, Packaging, and Manufacturing Technology. The first paper describes their work … Read More... about EMLab Research Featured on Cover of IEEE Components, Packaging, and Manufacturing Technology