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Chad Collins

Chad Collins, Administrative Assistant for the RLE Computational Prototyping Group, joined RLE in the Fall of 2001.


Niloofar Farnoush

Niloofar Farnoosh received her B.Sc. degree (2003) from Shiraz University, her M.Sc. degree (2007) from Amirkabir University of Technology and her PhD (2012) from University of Western Ontario, all in Electrical Engineering. During her graduate studies she has worked on numerical techniques and their hybridization for modeling complex electromagnetics and electrostatics problems.

Dr. Farnoosh is currently a Postdoctoral Associate in the Computational Prototyping Group at MIT. Her research interests include Computational Electromagnetics, Hybrid Numerical Techniques and Domain Decomposition Methods in Electromagnetics.



Thomas Klemas | personal web page

Thomas Klemas received a SB (2000) degree in Mathematics and his S.B.(1993), M.Eng.(1994), and Ph.D.(2005) degrees in Electrical Engineering from MIT. Dr. Klemas is a technical staff member at Lincoln Laboratory (LL) as well as a visiting scientist to the Research Laboratory for Electronics (RLE) in the Computational Prototyping Group (CPG) at MIT. Dr. Klemas is also a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Air Force Reserves, where he is assigned to the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) as a technical advisor to the Electromagnetic Technology Division of the Sensors Directorate of AFRL. Recently, Dr. Klemas was appointed an honorary Prince of Wales Research Fellow and won a Lincoln Laboratory Campus Collaboration Award for his proposal, titled Computational Modeling Collaboration. WIth the grant, he has established a new research collaboration between LL and RLE CPG to develop efficient numerical techniques for high fidelity computational modeling and simulation of Electromagnetics and other Physics and also to explore approaches that scale to supercomputers.



Athanasios G. Polimeridis | personal web page

Athanasios G. Polimeridis was born in Thessaloniki, Hellas, in 1980. He received the Diploma degree (2003) and the Ph.D. degree (2008) in Electrical Engineering from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. From 2008 to 2012, he was a Postdoctoral Research Associate with the Laboratory of Electromagnetics and Acoustics, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), Switzerland. Since November 2012 he has been a Postdoctoral Associate with the RLE Computational Prototyping Group at MIT, working under the supervision of Prof. Jacob White. In 2012, he was also awarded a Fellowship for Advanced Researchers from the Swiss National Science Foundation. His research revolves around computational methods for problems in physics and engineering (Electromagnetics, Casimir forces, MRI).



Jorge Fernandez Villena | personal web page

Jorge Fernández Villena was born in Avilés, Spain, in 1980. He received his Degree on Telecommunications Engineering from Universidad de Cantabria, Spain, in 2005, and his Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Instituto Superior Técnico, Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal, in 2010. From 2005 to 2012 he was a researcher at the Instituto de Engenharia de Sistemas e Computadores, Investigaçao e Desenvolvimento (INESC ID) em Lisboa, Portugal.

Currently, he is a Post-Doctoral Associate at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, working as researcher for the Computational Prototyping Group at the Research Laboratory of Electronics. His research interests include development and implementation of numerical methods and algorithms for analysis and simulation of physical problems encountered in engineering applications (such as IC design, circuit simulation, EM analysis, or MRI system design), with emphasis on model order reduction.


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