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Stephen D. Gedney is an American electrical engineer, currently the chair and Professor of Electrical Engineering at the University of Colorado Denver's College of Engineering, Design and Computing. Gedney is a pioneer in computational electromagnetic techniques. He is most widely known for his development of the Uniaxial Perfectly Matched Layer media method, the complex-frequency shifted convolutional PML, along with J. Alan Roden, and his contributions to the Locally Corrected Nystrom method. Gedney's papers and textbook on the finite difference time domain technique in particular are widely cited. Gedney is an IEEE Fellow.
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- ^ "An anisotropic perfectly matched layer-absorbing medium for the truncation of FDTD lattices, IEEE transactions on Antennas and Propagation 44 (12), 1630-1639". December 1996.
- ^ "Convolution PML (CPML): An efficient FDTD implementation of the CFS–PML for arbitrary media, Microwave and optical technology letters 27 (5), 334-339". 5 December 2000.
- ^ "On deriving a locally corrected Nystrom scheme from a quadrature sampled moment method, IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation 51 (9), 2402-2412". September 2003.
- ^ "Introduction to the finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method for electromagnetics by SD Gedney, Synthesis Lectures on Computational Electromagnetics 6 (1), 1-250". 2011.