2006 - IEEE Electromagnetics Award “For contributions to research and education in computational electromagnetics.”
1971 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to electromagnetic theory as applied to the solution of problems in antennas and waveguides.
1965 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
Raj Mittra mostly deals with Mathematical analysis, Optics, Finite-difference time-domain method, Dielectric and Boundary value problem. His Mathematical analysis study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Microstrip, Geometry and Scattering. His Optics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Planar, Microwave and Antenna.
Raj Mittra has researched Finite-difference time-domain method in several fields, including Mesh generation, Conformal map and Finite difference method. His work carried out in the field of Dielectric brings together such families of science as Resonator and Microwave transmission. In his research on the topic of Basis function, Algorithm and Method of moments is strongly related with Mathematical optimization.
Raj Mittra focuses on Optics, Mathematical analysis, Electronic engineering, Finite-difference time-domain method and Antenna. His Optics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Acoustics and Dielectric. His Mathematical analysis research includes themes of Geometry and Scattering.
His research integrates issues of Microstrip antenna, Microwave, Electrical engineering and Topology in his study of Electronic engineering. He combines subjects such as Time domain, Conformal map, Computational electromagnetics, Computational science and Finite difference method with his study of Finite-difference time-domain method. His Basis function research includes elements of Matrix and Algorithm.
Optics, Antenna, Basis function, Electronic engineering and Scattering are his primary areas of study. His Optics study often links to related topics such as Dielectric. His Basis function study contributes to a more complete understanding of Mathematical analysis.
His research in the fields of Patch antenna overlaps with other disciplines such as Electromagnetics. His research in Scattering tackles topics such as Computation which are related to areas like Moment. His Method of moments research also works with subjects such as
His scientific interests lie mostly in Optics, Antenna, Scattering, Flat lens and Electronic engineering. His work deals with themes such as Electrical impedance, Planar, Frequency band and Dielectric, which intersect with Optics. His Scattering research incorporates themes from Computational physics, Plasmon, Field, Classical mechanics and Basis function.
Basis function is a primary field of his research addressed under Mathematical analysis. His studies deal with areas such as Geometry and Computation as well as Mathematical analysis. His Flat lens study also includes fields such as
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Computational Methods for Electromagnetics
Andrew F. Peterson;Scott L. Ray;Raj Mittra;Ieee Antennas.
Techniques for analyzing frequency selective surfaces-a review
R. Mittra;C.H. Chan;T. Cwik.
Proceedings of the IEEE (1988)
Analytical techniques in the theory of guided waves
Ráj Mittra;S. W. Lee.
Macmillan Series in Electrical Science (1971)
Design of lightweight, broad-band microwave absorbers using genetic algorithms
E. Michielssen;J.-M. Sajer;S. Ranjithan;R. Mittra.
IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques (1993)
Characteristic basis function method: A new technique for efficient solution of method of moments matrix equations
V. V. S. Prakash;Raj Mittra.
Microwave and Optical Technology Letters (2003)
Frequency dependence of the constitutive parameters of causal perfectly matched anisotropic absorbers
M. Kuzuoglu;R. Mittra.
IEEE Microwave and Guided Wave Letters (1996)
Spectral-Domain Approach for Calculating the Dispersion Characteristics of Microstrip Lines (Short Papers)
T. Itoh;R. Mittra.
IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques (1973)
Computer techniques for electromagnetics
A locally conformal finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) algorithm for modeling three-dimensional perfectly conducting objects
S. Dey;R. Mittra.
IEEE Microwave and Guided Wave Letters (1997)
A technique for extracting the poles and residues of a system directly from its transient response
M. Van Blaricum;R. Mittra.
IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation (1975)
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