Modelics is a scientific laboratory dedicated to the computational modeling of engineering and living complex systems. Modelics is led by Prof. Piero Triverio at the University of Toronto. Learn more about our research, teaching, facilities and open positions for graduate studies (MASc, PhD), undergraduate projects and postdoctoral research.
Electromagnetic phenomena play a critical role in many technological products. We develop efficient algorithms to solve Maxwell's equations in complex geometries. Applications: design of 3D integrated circuits, metasurface antennas, metamaterials, and quantum computing devices.
Cardiovascular disease is a leading cause of death. We create advanced computational models of the human cardiovascular system to better understand the root causes of the disease, and devise innovative treatments. Our algorithms are applied to coronary artery disease.
Interference can be a critical issue in electronic products, from smartphones to airplanes. We create new methods to address signal integrity and EMC issues.
Faults and lightning phenomena can threaten the distribution of energy to our cities, causing large blackouts. We develop better models and simulation techniques to help power companies predict such events, and design reliable power networks. Check out MoM-SO, our state-of-the-art method for power cable modeling!
The Electromagnetics group operates state-of-the-art laboratories, including: 67 GHz 8-port VNA for signal and power integrity, 6 m EMC chamber, mm-wave chamber, near field scanner, 7 m antenna range.
Learn more about the courses taught by Prof. Triverio: ECE212 "Circuit Analysis", ECE259 "Electromagnetism", and his graduate course on modeling ECE1254 "Modeling of Multiphysics Systems