Software and Computing

Simulation and Design Software

Antenna Group staff and students have access to a range of in-house developed antenna design software, including various "flavours" of FDTD, as well as commercial CAD/CEM and CAD/CAM software, including (all external links to the software vendors):

Computing Resources

The Group have two computational clusters for solving large electromagnetic problems with commercial solvers and to support the development of the in-house computational electromagnetics software. These are:

Shared access to the MidPlus consortium cluster, currently consisting of 9.2 TB of RAM and 2328 cores at 2.4 GHz and hosted by QMUL, is also available.