Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society Journal
The ACES Journal is devoted to the exchange of information in computational electromagnetics, to the advancement of the state of the art, and to the promotion of related technical activities. A primary objective of the information exchange is the elimination of the need to "re-invent the wheel" to solve a previously solved computational problem in electrical engineering, physics, or related fields of study. The ACES Journal welcomes original, previously unpublished papers, relating to applied computational electromagnetics. All papers are refereed. A unique feature of the ACES Journal is the publication of unsuccessful efforts in applied computational electromagnetics. Publication of such material provides a means to discuss problem areas in electromagnetic modeling. of course, material representing an unsuccessful application or negative result in computational electromagnetics is considered for publication only if a reasonable expectation of success (and a reasonable effort) are reflected. The technical activities promoted by this publication include code validation, performance analysis, and input/output standardization; code or technique optimization and error minimization; innovations in solution technique or in data input/output; identification of new applications for electromagnetics modeling codes and techniques; integration of computational electromagnetics techniques with new computer architectures; and correlation of computational parameters with physical mechanisms. Published three times annually (in March, July, and November), the ACES Journal is distributed at no charge to members of the Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society.
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