George Green Institute for Electromagnetics Research
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Numerical modelling comprises the formulation of physical and industrial processes as unambiguous mathematical problems, the design and analysis of approximations of these problems by discretisations that can be solved in a finite number of steps, and the implementation of the resulting algorithms in a form that is fit for efficient execution on modern computing infrastructure.

The GGIEMR are experts on the application of:

Numerical Modelling

Numerical Modelling

  • the Transmission Line Modelling method and the Boundary Element Method
  • powerful asymptotic methods in the modelling and design of processes and devices in telecommunications
  • electromagnetic compatibility, security, biomedical imaging, and photonics

Research themes

Energy small

Transmission Line Modelling (TLM)


Boundary Element Method-Airbus

Boundary Element Methods


Biomedical imaging small

Hybrid Methods



Asymptotic Methods



George Green Institute for Electromagnetics Research

The Faculty of Engineering
The University of Nottingham
Nottingham, NG7 2RD