Company

Erik Jørgensen

Position: Chairman of the Board, Software Division Manager
Education: Ph.D., M.Sc., Electrical Engineering
Specialization: Moment method, electromagnetic theory
With TICRA since: 2003
Phone (direct): +45 3330 6752
Erik manages the software division at TICRA and is responsible for new developments as well as maintenance of TICRA's commercial software products. Together with his team he is involved in formulating and efficiently implementing new EM modelling algorithms in user-friendly environments. With his background within full-wave analysis he has contributed significantly to the moment-method implementation in GRASP. In pursuit of his Ph.D. Erik spent 6 months at the University of Siena and 7 months at the University of Michigan.

Papers

01
Nov
2016

The use of curved reflectarrays for telecommunication applications is presented in this paper. For contoured beam applications, the curvature of the reflectarray surface can be used to enhance the...

24
Oct
2016

We present a method that enables full-wave analysis of electrically large antennas and platforms, e.g., a detailed telecommunication satellite at Ka-band. Owing to the efficient formulation, even...

01
Jul
2016
Co-authors:
Olav Breinbjerg

Matched feed horns aim to cancel cross polarization generated in offset reflector systems. An analytical method for predicting the mode spectrum generated by inclusions in such horns, e.g. stubs...

01
Jul
2016
Co-authors:
Martin S. Andersen / Leo Emil Sokoler

Designing a contoured beam reflector or performing a direct optimization of a reflectarray requires a mathematical optimization procedure to determine the optimum design of the antenna. A popular...

01
Jul
2016

A Higher-Order Multilevel Fast Multipole Method (HO MLFMM) is presented for the efficient calculation of waveguide scattering parameters in cases where several reflector feeds are mounted on...

10
Apr
2016

We present recent advances in the RF modelling of electrically large antennas and platforms, with an emphasis on reflector antennas and satellite platforms. The Higher-Order Multilevel Fast...

10
Apr
2016

The challenges related to the increasing physical size of satellite platforms carry over to a number of related areas, including the design of Compact Antenna Test Ranges (CATRs) capable of...

10
Apr
2016
Co-authors:
Olav Breinbjerg

The inherently high cross polarization of prime focus offset reflector antennas can be compensated by launching higher order modes in the feed horn. Traditionally, the bandwidth of such systems is...

11
Oct
2015
Co-authors:
C. H. Schmidt, Airbus Defence & Space, Munich, Germany

The design of modern Compact Antenna Test Ranges (CATRs) is a challenging task, and to achieve strong performance, simulation using computational electromagnetics is a vital part of the design...

06
Oct
2015
Authors:
Co-authors:
Benedetta Fiorelli

The paper presents a full wave simulation of the spacecraft of JUICE, ESA’s Jupiter Icy moons Explorer mission. Results prove the possibility of simulating the entire spacecraft modelling the...

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