Simulations of Radiated Emissions in Densely Integrated Technologies Research fields:

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Project Details


This project is connected to the task 3 (Computationally efficient tools for the simulation of the propagation of the stochastic noise emissions) and to the task 4 (Contribution to the evolution of new and existing EMC standards) of the COST Action IC1407 [1], that began in April 2015. The COST Action WG1 (Numerical methods for addressing the propagation of stochastic fields) and WG 4 (Guidelines for the formulation of standards). The project brings together researchers in electromagnetic and stochastic computational techniques. Suitable propagation and data reduction tools will be evaluated and compared. The challenge of this part is in quantifying not only incoherent radiators but also semi coherent emitters or devices where large areas may have highly correlated

Layman's description

The work is connect to the COST IC1407 project ACCREDIT addressing the effects of electromagnetic interference generated in complex electronic systems, which may interfere with radio communication or other sensitive equipment.
This work will use European supercomputers to help predict the complex electromagnetic interactions.
Effective start/end date1/09/161/09/19


  • TK Electrical engineering. Electronics Nuclear engineering
  • Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
  • Computational Electromagnetics
  • Electromagnetic Interference