Fast Solvers for Electromagnetics-Based Analysis and Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems





Friday, April 09, 2021
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM (UTC-6)

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Distinguished Microwave Lecture

Fast Solvers for Electromagnetics-Based Analysis and Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems

Prof. Dan Jiao, Purdue University, USA
IEEE MTT-S Distinguished Microwave Lecturer, Class 2021-2023

Abstract: The design of advanced integrated circuits and microsystems from zero to terahertz frequencies calls for fast and accurate electromagnetics-based modeling and simulation. The sheer complexity and high design cost associated with the integrated circuits and microsystems prevent one from designing them based on hand calculation, approximation, intuition, or trial and error. The move towards higher frequencies and heterogeneous technologies stresses the need even more. However, the analysis and design of integrated circuits and microsystems impose many unique challenges on electromagnetic analysis such as exponentially increased problem size and extremely multiscaled system spanning from nano- to centi-meter scales. In her DML talk, Prof. Jiao will present recent advances in fast solvers to tackle these challenges.

Speaker’s Bio: Dan Jiao received her Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, in 2001. She then worked at the Technology Computer-Aided Design (CAD) Division, Intel Corporation until September 2005, as a Senior CAD Engineer, Staff Engineer, and Senior Staff Engineer. In September 2005, she joined Purdue University as an Assistant Professor with the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, where she became a tenured Associate Professor in 2009, and a Full Professor in 2013. Prof. Jiao has authored over 300 papers in refereed journals and international conferences. Her current research interests include computational multiphysics, computational electromagnetics, and high-frequency integrated circuit design and analysis. Prof. Jiao has received many research recognitions including the Intel’s 2019 Outstanding Researcher Award, the 2013 S. A. Schelkunoff Prize Paper Award of the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society, being one of the 85 selected for National Academy of Engineering’s (NAE) 2011 U.S. Frontiers of Engineering Symposium, the NSF Career Award in 2008, the Intel Logic Technology Development (LTD) Divisional Achievement Award in 2003, the 2000 Raj Mittra Outstanding Research Award, and a number of Best Paper Awards from conferences. She was elevated to IEEE Fellow for contributions to computational electromagnetics (Class of 2016).

This Lecture is sponsored by IEEE MTT Society DML Program, organized by MTT-S Student Branch Chapter at University of Oklahoma, ARRC.