The ACES Series on Computational Electromagnetics and Engineering (CEME)
Andrew F. Peterson, PhD - Series Editor


The volumes in this series encompass the development and application of numerical techniques to electrical systems, including the modelling of electromagnetic phenomena over all frequency ranges and closely-related techniques for acoustic and optical analysis. The scope includes the use of computation for engineering design and optimization, as well as the application of commercial modelling tools to practical problems. The series will include titles for undergraduate and graduate education, research monographs for reference, and practitioner guides and handbooks.

Series Editorial Board:
Andrew F. Peterson - Series Editor, Georgia Institute of Technology
Atef Z. Elsherbeni - Associate Series Editor, Colorado School of Mines
James C. Rautio - Associate Series Editor, Sonnet Software, Inc.
Branislav M. Notaros - Associate Series Editor, Colorado State University


Published Books in the Series:

A.Z. Elsherbeni and V. Demir, "The Finite-Difference Time-Domain Method in Electromagnetics with MATLAB Simulations 2nd Edition," 2015. (Amazon Alternate Link) (SciTech Alternate Link)


A.Z. Elsherbeni, P. Nayeri,and C.J. Reddy, "Antenna Analysis and Design Using FEKO Electromagnetic Simulation Software," 2014. (IET Alternate Link)


W. Yu, X. Yang and W. Li, "VALU, AVX and GPU Acceleration Techniques for Parallel FDTD Methods," 2014.


In-Preparation Book in the Series:


Prospective Authors are Encouraged to Contact the Series Editor