The CEMTACH Group pursues a multi-faceted closed-loop simulation, test and analysis approach achieving verifiable comparisons within experimental error.

We have pursued high-performance, robust computing since the 80''s with Beowolf clustering of 200 Sun SparcStations for cluster computing of buried anomaly detector (IED) design studies.


We work with a wide range of well-known simulation, test and analysis tools including Method of Moments (MoM), Finite-Difference Time-Domain (FDTD), as well as our own custom tools and state of the art new methods bringing significantly more visibility into the electromagnetic field interactions occurring in the physical test environments.

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