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Engineering and Technology
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106
National Ranking
52

2017 - IEEE Electromagnetics Award “For contributions to electromagnetic solutions of complex multiphysics problems and inverse scattering methods.”

2013 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For contributions to large-scale computational electromagnetics of complex structures.

2003 - OSA Fellows For pioneering contributions to the study of scattering, inverse scattering theory with superresolution and optical waveguide analysis techniques.

1993 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to wave propagation, scattering, and inverse scattering in inhomogeneous media and their applications.

- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis
- Optics

His scientific interests lie mostly in Mathematical analysis, Integral equation, Algorithm, Multipole expansion and Scattering. He focuses mostly in the field of Mathematical analysis, narrowing it down to matters related to Geometry and, in some cases, Volume integral. His Integral equation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Galerkin method, Computational complexity theory, Iterative method, Mathematical optimization and Numerical analysis.

His Algorithm research incorporates themes from Multiplication, Translation, Lossy compression and Dielectric. His Multipole expansion study combines topics in areas such as Discretization, Method of moments, Function and Field. The concepts of his Scattering study are interwoven with issues in Electromagnetic radiation, Addition theorem, SPHERES and Recursive algorithms.

- Waves and Fields in Inhomogeneous Media (2651 citations)
- A 3D perfectly matched medium from modified maxwell's equations with stretched coordinates (1295 citations)
- Multilevel fast multipole algorithm for electromagnetic scattering by large complex objects (1230 citations)

Weng Cho Chew focuses on Mathematical analysis, Integral equation, Algorithm, Scattering and Optics. His Mathematical analysis study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Finite element method. He has researched Integral equation in several fields, including Computational electromagnetics, Matrix, Iterative method, Applied mathematics and Discretization.

His Algorithm study incorporates themes from Plane wave and Multipole expansion. His Scattering research includes elements of Numerical analysis and Classical mechanics. His work deals with themes such as Antenna, Computational physics, Inverse problem and Dielectric, which intersect with Optics.

- Mathematical analysis (38.88%)
- Integral equation (27.04%)
- Algorithm (19.39%)

- Mathematical analysis (38.88%)
- Integral equation (27.04%)
- Electric-field integral equation (8.57%)

His primary areas of study are Mathematical analysis, Integral equation, Electric-field integral equation, Electromagnetics and Computational electromagnetics. His research on Mathematical analysis focuses in particular on Preconditioner. His study in Integral equation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Time domain, Domain decomposition methods, Scalar potential, Discretization and Algorithm.

The study incorporates disciplines such as Harmonic analysis, Equivalence principle, Solver and Multipole expansion in addition to Algorithm. His Electric-field integral equation research integrates issues from Line integral, Low frequency, Dielectric, Electrical conductor and Surface integral. His Surface research incorporates elements of Equivalence and Scattering.

- Vector Potential Electromagnetics with Generalized Gauge for Inhomogeneous Media: Formulation (Invited Paper) (85 citations)
- The Numerical Steepest Descent Path Method for Calculating Physical Optics Integrals on Smooth Conducting Quadratic Surfaces (42 citations)
- A General Design Rule to Manipulate Photocarrier Transport Path in Solar Cells and Its Realization by the Plasmonic-Electrical Effect (38 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis
- Optics

His primary areas of investigation include Mathematical analysis, Integral equation, Electric-field integral equation, Electromagnetics and Classical mechanics. Weng Cho Chew is interested in Preconditioner, which is a branch of Mathematical analysis. His Integral equation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Computational electromagnetics, Multipole expansion, Vector potential, Scalar potential and Algorithm.

His studies in Multipole expansion integrate themes in fields like Inverse scattering problem, Computational science, Iterative method, Harmonics and Iterative reconstruction. His work investigates the relationship between Inverse scattering problem and topics such as Solver that intersect with problems in Method of moments. Optics is closely connected to Acoustics in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Scattering.

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Waves and Fields in Inhomogeneous Media

Weng Cho Chew.

**(1990)**

5230 Citations

Fast and Efficient Algorithms in Computational Electromagnetics

W.C. Chew;E. Michielssen;J. M. Song;J. M. Jin.

**(2001)**

2084 Citations

A 3D perfectly matched medium from modified maxwell's equations with stretched coordinates

Weng Cho Chew;William H. Weedon.

Microwave and Optical Technology Letters **(1994)**

1884 Citations

Multilevel fast multipole algorithm for electromagnetic scattering by large complex objects

J. Song;Cai-Cheng Lu;Weng Cho Chew.

IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation **(1997)**

1721 Citations

Reconstruction of two-dimensional permittivity distribution using the distorted Born iterative method

W.C. Chew;Y.M. Wang.

IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging **(1990)**

1019 Citations

Multilevel fast‐multipole algorithm for solving combined field integral equations of electromagnetic scattering

J. M. Song;W. C. Chew.

Microwave and Optical Technology Letters **(1995)**

966 Citations

PERFECTLY MATCHED LAYERS FOR ELASTODYNAMICS: A NEW ABSORBING BOUNDARY CONDITION

W.C. Chew;Q.H. Liu.

Journal of Computational Acoustics **(1996)**

630 Citations

Integral equation solution of Maxwell's equations from zero frequency to microwave frequencies

Jun-Sheng Zhao;Weng Cho Chew.

IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation **(2000)**

476 Citations

Integral Equation Methods for Electromagnetic and Elastic Waves

Weng Cho Chew;Mei Song Tong;Bin Hu.

**(2007)**

461 Citations

An iterative solution of the two-dimensional electromagnetic inverse scattering problem

Y. M. Wang;Weng Cho Chew.

International Journal of Imaging Systems and Technology **(1989)**

398 Citations

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