EM Scientific Ltd. was founded in 1997 to provide R&D services for the electrical and nuclear engineering industry. The founders and the majority of the team members are highly recognized researchers affiliated with universities or high-tech industries, and have been recognized contributors to international research activities.
At the beginning our main focus was the development of computational electromagnetic solutions for nondestructive eddy current testing and evaluation (NDE) problems including forward and inverse solution techniques. Among others an embedded inversion module was developed by the company for the reconstruction of material defects in metallic components. The kernel of the inversion module was a time-harmonic finite element (FE) eddy current solver. Another success of the company was the development of novel numerical solutions based on a boundary integral method that served as part of a market-leading commercial simulation tool aiming at the design and development of nondestructive testing methods.
Since the foundation the company has been involved in helping client innovation by means of computational electromagnetics solutions and services like field simulation, product design optimization, and inverse solutions. Examples include solutions to electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) problems, biomedical applications like computational modeling of the electrophysiology of human and animal hearts and computational compliance checking of the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) of handheld/wearable wireless devices.
Later, distinguished scientists have joined EM Scientific in order to provide solutions and consultancy in the area of mobile telecommunications. We are especially interested in helping clients with problems related to the physical layer in current and future mobile wireless systems. The core of the related R&D activities is to exploit the synergies between our measurement expertise and channel modeling knowledge, and the company’s existing know-how in full-wave computational analysis of electromagnetic fields and antennas.