BBEMG - Belgian BioElectroMagnetics Group

Belgian BioElectroMagnetics Group

Applied and Computational Electromagnetics (ULiège)

Applied and Computational Electromagnetics (ULiège)

Christophe Geuzaine +32 (0)4 366 37 30
Véronique Beauvois +32 (0)4 366 37 46

Reasearch project inside the BBEMG:

Uncertainty quantification in electromagnetic models.

See Objectives, Reports and publications.

Previous projects:

Other topics:

  • Theoretical and applied E-M (high-frequency scattering, electromagnetic compatibility, bio-electromagnetism, nondestructive testing, renewable energy),
  • applied mathematics (numerical partial differential equations and integral equations) and
  • computer science (high performance parallel computing).
Université de Liège
Institut Montefiore
Applied and Computational Electromagnetics (ACE)
B28 - Quartier Polytech, 1, Allée de la Découverte 10 | 4000 Liège

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Latest update on 19/10/2017

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