Cody Weber

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Cody Weber

Cody joined EMA in 2004 as an experimental technician investigating soil reflectivity properties for GPS signals, the dust charging of aircraft and the electrical properties of carbon fiber reinforced plastics (CFRP).  Since then, his work has been focused on using computational electromagnetics (CEM) to assist in the design and certification support for a wide range of aerospace vehicles.  He has developed numerous high complexity models for military, civilian and specialty engineering applications simulated in lightning, HIRF, HEMP, and EMI environments. Cody has developed modeling techniques and graphical user interface tools to efficiently and accurately incorporate complex cable systems into high fidelity FDTD models. He has recently presented papers at the IEEE EMC conference for his paper on modeling cable complexities in a HIRF environment and the HEART conference for his demonstration of using FDTD techniques to evaluate notional missile responses in an HEMP environment.