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UESTC Student Wins First Prize at IRPACE

published: 2011-06-21 14:23:47       hits: 

\Good news has come from the 2011 Twenty-seventh International Review of Progress in Applied Computational Electromagnetics at Williamsburg, Virginia, USA. Mr. Yan Suo, a doctorial student from School of Electronic Engineering, UESTC, won the first-place award for the academic paper he published at the conference. Yan is the first person from Mainland China who has ever received such an honor.

After a series of speech contests, Mr. Yan Suo’s paper “Accuracy improvement of the numerical solutions to the second-kind integral equations for electromagnetic scattering analysis” was graded first among the top five papers.

The International Review of Progress in Applied Computational Electromagnetics is a top-level academic gathering and one of the most important conferences in the field of computational electromagnetics. Every year, many experts from the US , Canada and European and Asian countries meet at this conference, which covers various theoretical and practical topics of the field.