Wondering why your satnav was inaccurate last night in Bahir Dar ? Or, more likely, wanting to check if we observed a particular ionospheric scintillation event with our monitoring station in Bahir Dar ? It is now possible to view our measurements online here. They are updated every hour. More details about our station are available here.
Our scintillation monitor now online
IEEA has been selected for the SHADES project, supported by the DGA (French Defence Administration). The CNES (French Space Agency) in Toulouse and the CNRS-IETR University of Nantes are IEEA's partners in this work. This follow-up of the POGO project enhances the asymptotic solver and includes validations with measurements. More information is available on the ixarm website.
We are currently updating our website with new content and minor arrangements. You may see temporarily empty pages during this process. Sorry for the inconvenience.
IEEA at EuCAP 2015
Pierrick Hamel presented his latest results on the scattering by a very large target at the EuCAP 2015 poster session, in Lisbon. Details of his work are avalaible here.
Upgraded processing power
Inspired by the distributed computing community, our new computer totals 48 physical CPU cores, 128 Gb RAM memory and 2 Tb SSD drives.
Primarily designed to solve large MoM problems with our software Icare, it also outstandingly performs with MLFMA and FDTD solvers.
Icare (MoM) : nearly 500 000 unknowns
Puma-EM (MLFMA) : more than 125 millions of unknowns
Gorf3D (FDTD) : nearly 1 billion of cubic cells
It was entirely built and tuned by IEEA, which means that we are now able to provide our customers with an efficient software/hardware bundle.
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