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Scientific Computing in Electrical Engineering 2020

Edited by: Martijn van Beurden, Neil Budko, Wil Schilders

The 13th International Conference on Scientific Computing in Electrical Engineering (SCEE 2020) was held in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, from Febrruary 16-20, 2020. The SCEE Foundation aims to bring together scientists – mathematicians and electrical engineers, from universities and industry – with the goal of intensive discussions on Computational Science and Engineering, and to stimulate young researchers to actively participate in SCEE conferences and related events. The actions and offers of support by the SCEE Foundation are in synergy with the actions of the Special Interest Group “Modelling, Simulation and Optimization in Electrical Engineering” within the European Consortium of Mathematics for Industry (ECMI). The SCEE conferences take place every two years, in the even years. The papers are published in the Springer/ECMI book series “Mathematics in Industry”. Excellent publications are invited to be further extended and published in the Springer/ECMI "Journal of Mathematics in Industry”. 

  1. The integration of machine learning (Keplerian paradigm) and more general artificial intelligence technologies with physical modeling based on first principles (Newtonian paradigm) will impact scientific compu...

    Authors: Stefan Kurz, Herbert De Gersem, Armin Galetzka, Andreas Klaedtke, Melvin Liebsch, Dimitrios Loukrezis, Stephan Russenschuck and Manuel Schmidt
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2022 12:8
  2. A natural coupling of a circuit with an electromagnetic device is possible if special boundary conditions, called Electric Circuit Element (ECE), are used for the electromagnetic field formulation. This contri...

    Authors: Gabriela Ciuprina, Daniel Ioan and Ruth V. Sabariego
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2022 12:7
  3. The use of trigonometric polynomials as Lagrange multipliers in the harmonic mortar method enables an efficient and elegant treatment of relative motion in the stator-rotor coupling of electric machine simulat...

    Authors: Herbert Egger, Mané Harutyunyan, Richard Löscher, Melina Merkel and Sebastian Schöps
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2022 12:6
  4. In the field of model order reduction for frequency response problems, the minimal rational interpolation (MRI) method has been shown to be quite effective. However, in some cases, numerical instabilities may ...

    Authors: Davide Pradovera and Fabio Nobile
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2022 12:2