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Professor Omar Ramahi elected to Board of Directors of ACES

Professor Omar Ramahi elected to Board of Directors of ACES

Professor Omar Ramahi will be installed to the Board of Directors of the Applied Computational Eletromagnetics Society (ACES) at the next Annual Meeting of the Members which occurs at the annual conference. The next annual meeting will be held April 19-23, 2004 in Syracuse, NY.

During the past several years, computer modeling and numerical methods have matured as problem-solving tools in real-world electromagnetics applications. Consequently, the need for an applications forum, of sufficient scope to include all modeling techniques and commonly used codes, became readily apparent. There was further consensus that both a regular meeting (with published proceedings) and an additional publication were appropriate. To these ends, ACES was organized, in 1986. Now formally chartered and incorporated as a non-profit organization, ACES is an international, inter-disciplinary, professional society, with a wide range of activities and services. The interdisciplinary scope of ACES is pivotal to maintaining a "cross-pollination" between the high-frequency and low-frequency applications.

Our congratulations go to Professor Ramahi on his election to the ACES Board of Directors.

September 15, 2003


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