Madison Le received her B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines in 2019. She is currently working in the Electrical Engineering department at the Colorado School of Mines conducting research on antennas and wireless communications while she completes her M.S. in Electrical Engineering (2020). Her current research interests are computational electromagnetics, modern antenna design, and numerical method analysis.
Her current areas of focus are Finite-Difference Time-Domain Subgridding and Wideband Antenna Array Design
Subgridding could reduce the memory usage to under 30GB, which could be done on a single computer. Subgridding purpotedly allows these electrically large domains to be analyzed accurately without the need for large allocations of memory and resources.