Section: Application Domains


Applied mathematics for electromagnetism during the last ten years have mainly concerned stealth technology and electromagnetic compatibility. These areas are still motivating research in computational sciences (large scale computation) and mathematical modeling (derivation of simplified models for multiscale problems). These topics are developed in collaboration with CEA, DGA and ONERA.

Electromagnetic propagation in non classical media opens a wide and unexplored field of research in applied mathematics. This is the case of wave propagation in photonic crystals, metamaterials or magnetized plasmas. Two ANR projects (METAMATH and CHROME) support this research.

Other subjects are motivated by our partnership with CEA-LIST concerning the simulation of non-destructive testing methods: the development of asymptotic models for complex electromagnetic networks and the simulation by integral equations of eddy current phenomena.