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Sergey Makarov


Worcester Polytechnic Institute

15 total contributions since 2012

Sergey N. Makarov earned his B.S./M.S./Ph.D./Dr. Sci. degrees at the St. Petersburg (Leningrad) State University, Russian Federation Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics. Dr. Makarov joined the Faculty of State St. Petersburg University where he became a full professor (youngest full professor of the faculty) in 1996. In 2000 he joined the Faculty of Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), MA where he became a full professor and director of the Center for Electromagnetic Modeling and Design in 2008. His current research interests include applied computational electromagnetics and human body interaction with EM fields. He is a recipient of Trustees Best Academic Advisor Award - WPI 2009, Outstanding Professor Award ECE Dept., WPI 2010, Community Service Award ECE Dept., WPI 2011, Outstanding Professor Award ECE Dept., WPI 2011, Trustees Best Professor Award WPI 2012.
Professional Interests: antennas, electromagnetics of huma

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Capacitor with human body inside or outside – BEM/MoM numerical solution
Finds fields and surface charges for a human body in an external electric field.

11 days ago | 30 clicks |

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Human Body Triangular Surface Meshes for Electromagnetic Simulations
This link provides downloads for 19 human body meshes suitable for electromagnetic simulations.

20 days ago | 504 clicks |

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Capacitance of a parallel-plate capacitor with fringing – BEM/MoM numerical solution
This module accurately computes the capacitance of a parallel-plate capacitor.

1 year ago | 512 clicks |

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Triangular mesh conversion from MATLAB to NASTRAN (ASCII) format and vice versa
Four zipped MATLAB scripts supporting export/import of NASTRAN (ASCII) triangular meshes

5 years ago | 9 downloads |

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Self-capacitance of a human body – BEM/MoM numerical solution
An accurate 3D electrostatic MoM solution for a self-capacitance of a conducting human body.

5 years ago | 30 clicks |

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Human body in an external electric field – BEM/MoM numerical solution
Computes fields and free surface charges for a human body in an external electric field.

5 years ago | 32 clicks |

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Self-capacitance of basic conducting objects with adaptive mesh refinement
An accurate 3D electrostatic MoM solution for self-capacitance of objects adaptive mesh refinement.

5 years ago | 40 clicks |

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Capacitance of a parallel-plate capacitor with adaptive mesh refinement
Accurately computes the capacitance of a parallel-plate capacitor - adaptive mesh refinement.

5 years ago | 132 clicks |

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Capacitor with a dielectric inside – BEM/MoM numerical solution
This module is an accurate MoM solution for combined metal-dielectric structures.

5 years ago | 161 clicks |

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A conducting object subject to an external electric field – BEM/MoM numerical solution
Computes fields and free surface charges for a conducting object in an external electric field.

5 years ago | 34 clicks |

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Self-capacitance of basic conducting objects – BEM/MoM numerical solution
an accurate 3D electrostatic MoM solution for a self-capacitance of basic conducting objects.

5 years ago | 28 clicks |

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Capacitance of a capacitor formed by two arbitrary conductors – BEM/MoM numerical solution
This module is an accurate 3D electrostatic MoM solution of a two-conductor problem.

5 years ago | 184 clicks |

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Capacitor with a conducting object inside – BEM/MoM numerical solution
This module is an accurate 3D electrostatic MoM solution for multi-conductor structures.

5 years ago | 23 clicks |

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Dielectric object in a static external electric field – BEM/MoM numerical solution
Find field and polarization charge for dielectric object in external electric field of any direction

5 years ago | 102 clicks |

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Self-capacitance of basic conducting objects – BEM/MoM numerical solution
An accurate 3D electrostatic MoM solution for a self-capacitance of basic conducting objects.

5 years ago | 74 clicks |