Computational Electromagnetics Laboratory
Location E11-2048
Academic Staff in charge Prof. Sio Weng TING, Tony
Technician Huizheng BU
Telephone (853) 8822-8058, 8822-8059, 8822-2714
Open Access Reservation Period Monday: 9:00 - 13:00
Tuesday: 9:00 - 13:00

Objective | Facilities | Projects | Courses supported




The Computational Electromagnetics Laboratory (CEML) was established at University of Macau in 2011. Its main goal is to integrate teaching and research on electromagnetics simulations, particularly for electrically large structures; and to serve the society by electromagnetics analysis and radiation assessment. Computational Electromagnetics Laboratory can provide an electromagnetic simulation platform for undergraduates, post-graduate students and researchers. Advanced hardware and software facilities are provided for students and researchers, such as computer cluster and 3D EM full-wave simulator.



Blade server with 1 Head Node and 14 Compute Nodes

  • 1 × DL380p (2 × Xeon E5-2609 4 cores CPU, 32GB RAM)
  • 14 × BL460c (2 × Xeon E5-2670 6 cores CPU, 64GB RAM)

Computer Workstations (Xeon 6 cores CPU, 24GB RAM)


HOBBIES ver.10 HOBBIES is a Higher Order Basis Based Integral Equation EM full-wave Solver for fast and accurate analysis of a wide range of three-dimensional electromagnetic problems.
GiD ver.10 GiD is an interactive graphical user interface used for the modelling and visualization of all the data related to a numerical simulation.
Wireless InSite ver. 2.7 Wireless InSite is a suite of ray-tracing models and high-fidelity EM solvers for the analysis of site-specific radio propagation and wireless communication systems available in complex urban, indoor, rural and mixed path environments.

HOBBIES ver.10   GiD ver.10   Wireless InSite ver. 2.7

Equipment/Instruments Photos
Handheld Wireless Interface Measurement Device
Nemo Handy-S Nokia C7-00
EMF Measuring System
Rohde & Schwarz‎ TS-EMF Measurement System
Arbitrary Waveform Generator
Agilent 33220A
RF and Microwave Signal Generator
Rohde & Schwarz‎ SMB100A


FDCT 033/2010/A2 Analysis of Electromagnetic Radiation from Mobile Communication Systems Using Parallel Computational Electromagnetics Methodology, funded by Science and Technology Fund, Macau SAR.
SRG008-FST11-TSW Parallel Higher Order Basis MoM Simulation for Electrically Large Microwave Circuits, funded by University of Macau
MYRG147(Y1-L2)-FST11-TSW Microwave Filter for Ultra Wideband Communication using Defected Ground Structure, funded by University of Macau

Courses supported

ELEC326 Control Electronics & Automation
ECEB361 Antenna Theory and Applications in Wireless Communications
ELEC482 Telecommunication Systems
ELEC402 Final Project
ELEC437 System Design
IMSE001 Introduction to Research
IMSE008 Advanced Topics in Simulation
IMSE999 Master Thesis