I'm Professor at the Department of Computer Science, Electrical and Space Engineering performing research on electromagnetic modeling. In this area, we have been working with developing the Partial Element Equivalent Circuit (PEEC) method since 1999. Our main academic partner is University of L'Aquila (IT). We have performed a multitude of projects in the areas of:
- power systems,
- antenna systems,
- device modeling etc.
For futher information on my work, please browse through the publications below and contact me for further discussions.
Since 2009, I am acting as Head of the Department often referred to as Prefect. This means that I am responsible for all activities, centres, and development associated to the Department.
- EMC Technology, E7031E (link to course page)
- High Frequency Electronic Systems (PhD course)
- Basic and advanced PEEC modeling (PhD courses)
Graduated Phd students:
- Maria De Lauretis, Multiconductor transmission lines wideband modeling: A delay-rational Green’s-function-based method, LTU November 2018. ISBN (print): 978-91-7790-214-0.
- Andreas Hartman, Electromagnetic Modeling with Complex Dielectrics: A Partial Element Equivalent Circuit Approach, LTU March 2019. ISBN (print): 978-91-7790-302-4.
- Sohrab Safavi, Co-Simulation of Coupled Electromagnetic and Nonlinear Circuit Problems using the Partial Element Equivalent Circuit Method, LTU May 2014. ISBN (print) 978-91-7439-896-0.
- Danesh Daroui, Efficient PEEC-based Solver for Complex Electromagnetic Problems in Power Electronics, LTU Jan. 2013. ISBN (print) 978-91-7439-527-3.
- Tore Lindgren, Characterization problems in radio measurement systems, LTU Dec. 2009. ISBN (print) 978-91-7439-034-6.
Research projects (running)
2018. Vetenskapsrådet/Swedish Research Counciil project on "Advanced skin effect models for future 3D wide bandgap power modules". More info at SweCRIS: https://www.swecris.se/betasearch/details/project/201805252VR