2011 Spring Section Conference

The Southeastern Michigan IEEE EMC Society presents:

MOM knows best… how Method of Moments can solve today’s complex world problems

Or

Math Goes Green: how the Method of Moments (MOM) is the original Green Math!

 

Speakers:  Candace and John Suriano

Date: Thursday, April 7, 2011

Registration Opens at 4:30, This Presentation is at 6:00 PM

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Location: Fairlane Campus - U of M Dearborn (Map Code FCN)

University of Michigan
School of Management
Fairlane Center
North - Room TBD
19000 Hubbard Drive
Dearborn, MI 48126

Driving Directions

Iinformation for this event online at: http://ewh.ieee.org/r4/se_michigan/Spring2011/

 

The Technical presentation is FREE; If you are staying to see the keynote speaker at dinner, there is a  charge.

 

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Abstract: 

MOM knows best… how Method of Moments can solve today’s complex world problems

Or

Math Goes Green: how the Method of Moments (MOM) is the original Green Math!

Abstract:

Come to this session to find out how the Method of Moments (MOM) is truly Green math.  Method of moments is a classic numerical tool used by antenna engineers.  We will attempt to demonstrate that the Method of Moments (MOM) is a SIMPLE numerical technique for solving many different physical problems, particularly in electromagnetics.  MOM is useful for studying systems in which the reaction of each part is dependent upon the reaction of each other part.  Examples include charge distributions on objects, radiation and impedance of antennas, electromagnetic fields in dielectric or permeable materials, asteroid positions around the Millenium Falcon, and reaction of the stock market.  The basics of the Moment Method will be presented with more emphasis on practical explanation than on scary equations.

Biography:

Candace Suriano is a graduate of GMI Engineering & Management Institute (BSME) and has graduate degrees from Purdue University (MSME, MSE) and the University of Dayton (Ph.D.).  She is the author of numerous papers on electromagnetic compatibility and chaired an antennas and probes workshop at several IEEE EMC symposia.  Her interests are in the areas of electromagnetic compatibility and electromagnetic modeling.  Candace is a mom with interests in MOM.

 

John Suriano is a graduate of GMI Engineering & Management Institute (BSEE) and has graduate degrees from Purdue University (MSME, Ph.D.).  He supervises an EMC laboratory for Nidec Motors and Actuators in Auburn Hills, Michigan.  He has interests in electric motors and electromagnetic modeling.

 

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 Candace and John Suriano

 



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