The ACES Series on Computational Electromagnetics and Engineering (CEME)
Andrew F. Peterson, PhD - Series Editor

The volumes in this series encompass the development and application of numerical techniques to electrical systems, including the modelling of electromagnetic phenomena over all frequency ranges and closely-related techniques for acoustic and optical analysis. The scope includes the use of computation for engineering design and optimization, as well as the application of commercial modelling tools to practical problems. The series will include titles for undergraduate and graduate education, research monographs for reference, and practitioner guides and handbooks.

Series Editorial Board:
Andrew F. Peterson - Series Editor, Georgia Institute of Technology
Atef Z. Elsherbeni - Associate Series Editor, Colorado School of Mines
James C. Rautio - Associate Series Editor, Sonnet Software, Inc.
Branislav M. Notaros - Associate Series Editor, Colorado State University

ACES Members can get 20% off the following list price of these titles. Contact: Shanell Lopez ( for the discount code.

Books in Print:
Mathematical Quantum Physics for Engineers and Technologists
By Alireza Baghai-Wadji, 2023

Published Books in the Series:

By Edmund K. Miller, "Charge Acceleration and the Spatial Distribution of Radiation Emitted by Antennas and Scatterers," 2022.
The book focuses on various aspects of EM radiation from a variety of perspectives. The goal is to provide the reader with a conceptual basis for understanding EM radiation and to introduce some associated computational tools for obtaining relevant quantitative results relating to its distribution.

By Maokun Li and Marco Salucci, "Applications Of Deep Learning In Electromagnetics: Teaching Maxwell's Equations to Machines," 2022.
This book discusses recent advances in the application of deep learning techniques to electromagnetic theory and engineering. The contents represent pioneer applications of deep learning techniques to electromagnetic engineering, where physical principles described by the Maxwell's equations dominate.

By Claudio Gennarelli, Flaminio Ferrara, Rocco Guerriero, and Francesco D'Agostino, "Non-Redundant Near-Field To Far-Field Transformation Techniques," 2022.
This book outlines the role of the near-field to far-field (NF-FF) transformations in the framework of EM measurements, their development and the current state of art. The classical NF-FF transformation techniques (without and with probe compensation) are summarized.

By Martin Stumpf, "Metasurface Electromagnetics: The Cagniard-DeHoop Time-domain Approach," 2022.
The book provides original analytical and computational methodologies for solving the EM interaction with modern metasurface structures. New sophisticated modeling methods and closed-form solutions are explored, thereby providing enablers for future developments of thin-layer-based technologies.

Edited By Rodolfo Araneo, "Advanced Time Domain Modeling For Electrical Engineering," 2022.
The book is a comprehensive discussion of the most advanced time-domain modeling methods and applications in electromagnetics and electrical engineering. It provides guidelines about why some choices must be made among the principal modeling approaches and then discusses numerical and analytical methods, and applications.

By Vito Lancellotti, "Advanced Theoretical And Numerical Electromagnetics. Volume 1: Static, Stationary and Time-varying Fields," 2021.
This comprehensive resource conveniently combines advanced topics of electromagnetic theory, a high level of mathematical detail, and the well-established ubiquitous Method of Moments applied to the solution of practical wave-scattering and antenna problems formulated with surface, volume, and hybrid integral equations.

By Vito Lancellotti, "Advanced Theoretical And Numerical Electromagnetics. Volume 2: Field Representations and the Method of Moments," 2021.
This comprehensive resource conveniently combines advanced topics of electromagnetic theory, a high level of mathematical detail, and the well-established ubiquitous Method of Moments applied to the solution of practical wave-scattering and antenna problems formulated with surface, volume, and hybrid integral equations.

By Sourajeet Roy, "Uncertainty Quantification Of Electromagnetic Devices, Circuits, And Systems," 2021.
This book focuses on the advances made in the topic of uncertainty quantification (UQ) and stochastic analysis for the design of electromagnetic devices, circuits and systems. It covers the recent explosion in surrogate modelling (metamodeling) techniques for numerically efficient UQ - an attractive, efficient, and popular approach.

By Karl F. Warnick, "Numerical Methods For Engineering, 2nd Edition: An introduction using MATLAB and Computational Electromagnetics Examples," 2020.
The revised and updated second edition of this textbook teaches students to create computer codes used to engineer antennas, microwave circuits, and other critical technologies for wireless communications and other applications of electromagnetic fields and waves. Worked code examples are provided for MATLAB technical computing software.

By Douglas H. Werner, Sawyer D. Campbell, and Lei Kang, "Nanoantennas And Plasmonics: Modelling, Design and Fabrication," 2020.
This book presents cutting-edge research advances in the rapidly growing areas of nanoantennas and plasmonics as well as their related enabling technologies and applications.

Edited By Kazuya Kobayashi and Paul Denis Smith, "Advances In Mathematical Methods For Electromagnetics," 2020.
This book covers recent achievements in the area of advanced analytical and associated numerical methods as applied to various problems arising in all branches of electromagnetics.

Edited By Ozgur Ergul, "New Trends In Computational Electromagnetics," 2019.
The authors present a broad overview of the recent efforts in computational electromagnetics to develop and implement more robust, accurate and efficient algorithms. With the recent improvement in available computing power, this is a timely overview of a rapidly developing subject.

Mohamed Bakr, Atef Z. Elsherbeni, and Veysel Demir, "Adjoint Sensitivity Analysis of High Frequency Structures with MATLAB," 2017. (Amazon Alternate Link)
This book presents the theory of adjoint sensitivity analysis for high frequency applications through time-domain electromagnetic simulations in MATLAB. Using the popular Finite-Difference Time-Domain (FDTD) method, the book shows how wideband sensitivities can be efficiently estimated for different types of materials and structures.

Atef Z. Elsherbeni and Veysel Demir, "The Finite-Difference Time-Domain Method in Electromagnetics with MATLAB Simulations 2nd Edition," 2015. (Amazon Alternate Link)
This book introduces the powerful Finite-Difference Time-Domain method to students and interested researchers and readers. An effective introduction is accomplished using a step-by-step process that builds competence and confidence in developing complete working codes for the design and analysis of various antennas and microwave devices.

Atef Z. Elsherbeni, Payam Nayeri, and C.J. Reddy, "Antenna Analysis and Design Using FEKO Electromagnetic Simulation Software," 2014. (Amazon Alternate Link)
This book combines theory with practical applications for the analysis and design of a wide variety of antenna configurations simulated on FEKO, the leading real-world commercial software program.

Wenhua Yu, Xiaoling Yang, and Wenxing Li, "VALU, AVX and GPU Acceleration Techniques for Parallel FDTD Methods," 2013. (Amazon Alternate Link)
Combining complex electromagnetic problems with computer science techniques, this book introduces a general hardware acceleration technique that can significantly speed up FDTD simulations and their applications to engineering problems without requiring any additional hardware devices.

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