IEEE Waves Chapter Seminar - Topology Optimization: Not Simply Throwing Parameters at the Wall
The IEEE Winnipeg Waves Chapter and IEEE Winnipeg Computer and Computational Intelligence Chapters are pleased to host a technical seminar on Topology Optimization by Dr. Rasmus Ellebæk Christiansen.
Date and Time
- Date: 07 Oct 2019
- Time: 12:30 PM to 01:30 PM
- All times are (GMT-06:00) Canada/Central
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- University of Manitoba Fort Garry Campus
- 75 Chancellor's Circle
- Winnipeg, Manitoba
- Canada R3T5V6
- Building: EITC Engineering 1
- Room Number: E1-270 Borger Board Room
- Co-sponsored by IEEE Winnipeg Computer and Computational Intelligence Chapter and the University of Manitoba Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
R. E. Christiansen of Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
Topology Optimization: Not Simply Throwing Parameters at the Wall
The rigorous engineering of physical systems, such as carefully designing the load carrying members in an airplane or the optical components in a microscope, is a cornerstone in the improvement and development of new devices and the advancement of science.
Present day engineering solutions often rely on parameter studies, analytical design rules and human intuition, all of which have limitations, regularly resulting in sub-optimal devices hereby leaving room for improvement. Meanwhile, ongoing advances in mathematical modelling and growth of computational power has facilitated the development of powerful design tools, such as topology optimization, providing unprecedented freedom to explore and exploit the vast design spaces available for a multitude of physical problems.
This talk will present a range of engineering solutions created using topology optimization, with a focus on wave propagation problems within electromagnetism; give a brief introduction to structural optimization in general and a detailed discussion of density based topology optimization in particular. Recent results of using topology optimization to solve design problems considering plasmonic field localization, enhanced Raman scattering and photonic cavity design will be discussed.
Address:Department of Mechanical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Kongens Lyngby, Denmark