Eytan Barouch



  • Office 15 St. Mary’s Street, EMB 131
  • Phone (617) 358-0845


  • Education Ph.D., University of New York at Stony Brook


Areas of Interest

Simulation of industrial processes * Numerical analysis * Algorithm development

Professor Barouch’s main current interest is a combination of numerical analysis with specific practical problems of electromagnetic applications. These include:

  • Simulations of microchip fabrications using non-uniform grid transforms to reduce the storage and file size required so practical results can be obtained in real time without any sacrifice of accuracy.
  • Electromagnetic inverse scattering of complicated material-compositions and complicated shapes. In particular metals and lossy materials combined to enhance or reduce scattered beams for both identifications and disguise.
  • Material properties identifications including non-linear response using ADE (auxiliary differential equation) for each term in the materials permittivity function.


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Affiliation: Primary Faculty (ME)