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Electromagnetic Multiphysics

The Laboratory for Electromagnetic Multiphysics (LEM) performs research on fusion techniques applied to fundamental and applied problems in electromagnetic multiphysics. Our interests are specifically in analysis and design for electromagnetic multiphysics problems spanning the nano- to the macro-scales. We build numerical simulation tools and conduct experimental studies in electromechanical dynamics, continuum electromechanics, electric discharge and insulation in dielectric media, electromagnetic nano and micro fluidics, and power and energy devices. Integral to this research is development of new simulation techniques and designs for NEMS (Nanoelectromechanical systems), MEMS (Microelectromechanical systems), sensors, actuators, electric machines, bio-medical instruments, power apparatus, high-field systems, and energy devices.