Electro-Thermal Modeling of High-Temperature Superconducting Coils and Magnets in Collaboration With CERN

Superconducting magnets are used in high-energy particle accelerators such as the Large Hadron Collider at CERN to exert electromagnetic forces on the particle beam. These forces keep the particles on a circular path by, e.g., bending the path of the beam and keeping it focused. High-temperature superconducting (HTS) materials are […]

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AI-TWILIGHT: AI powered Digital Twin for lighting infrastructure in the context of front-end Industry 4.0

Over the last decades, LEDs have taken over the lighting industry. Their design is a multiphysical problem, involving mechanical, optical, electrical, and thermal components and considerations. All of these domains influence the operational behavior of LEDs, with the temperature having the largest impact on the lifetime of a given product. […]

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Finite Element Parasitic Extraction and Sensitivity Analysis in Industry

Parasitic extraction is a key technique in electromagnetic compatibility analysis. It enables to extract the parasitic resistances, inductances, and capacitances from a CAD model, and thereby to asses the performance of the design in a joint circuit simulation in combination with its functional circuit elements. A sensitivity analysis of the […]

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ECMI 2021 Students Competition: winners announcement

During May 2021 the European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry invited teams of students of Bachelor, Master or PhD levels in an ECMI member institution to the ECMI 2021 Student Competition. The teams were asked to produce a mathematical model fitting the data of the evolution of COVID-19 epidemics in United Kingdom and Israel […]

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Development of tripole and multipole antennas

Scientists of Tallinn University of Technology develop mathematics of tripole and multipole antennas Prussian Academy announced in 1879 an open competition  who first shows the existence or non-existence of EM waves predicted 15 years earlier by the mathematical theory of James Clerk Maxwell. The competition was won in 1882  by […]

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