Dr. Raymond Rumpf, the EMProfessor and director of the EMLab at the University of Texas El Paso, has authored a new book that teaches the art and techniques of computational electromagnetics to the complete beginner. The book covers the finite-difference frequency-domain (FDFD) method from initial concepts up to advanced three-dimensional simulations. Plain language, high-quality graphics, and plenty of examples in MATLAB allow readers to grasp concepts quickly.
This single resource includes everything you need to simulate a wide variety of different electromagnetic and photonic devices. For more information, including Table of Contents and pictures of devices covered in the book, visit the book website at EMPossible. Readers can use the code RUM25 to save 25% on the purchase price on the publisher’s website (expires 1/31/23).