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Our scintillation monitor now online

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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.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 September 2015 09:49

SHADES project

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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.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 July 2015 15:43

Website updates

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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.

Edit : done ! There is now a new section for the software that we use but do not sell, and also a page on our activity in software development.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 July 2015 13:06

IEEA at EuCAP 2015

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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.

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Last Updated on Monday, 20 April 2015 12:29

Upgraded processing power

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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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