SMSMEO 2012

SMSMEO 2012

Bandler Corporation

Beth Bandler

Sybil Cohos John Bandler

Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal

IEEE Canada McNaughton Medal

 

Bandler Corporation


Welcome to Bandler Corporation, founded in 1997 by John Bandler

Bandler Corporation provides research and consulting services in engineering optimization and computer-aided design. Dr. John W. Bandler, President, pioneered optimization technologies for modeling and electromagnetics-based design of devices and circuits in the radio-frequency, wireless, and microwave arenas. See Google Scholar Citations.

Bandler pioneered Space Mapping Technology in 1993. Space mapping has since been adopted into design portfolios across the entire spectrum of engineering. It enables optimal, high-fidelity design of devices and systems at a cost of only a few high-fidelity simulations. It offers an explanation for the engineer’s traditional “feel” for a problem; it is in accord with everyday experience and with modern thinking in human evolution, cognition, and neuroscience.

John Bandler was President of Optimization Systems Associates Inc. (OSA), which he founded in 1983. Hewlett-Packard Company acquired OSA in 1997, and OSA became part of the HP EEsof Division (now Agilent Technologies), Santa Rosa, CA.

Bandler directs research in the Simulation Optimization Systems Research Laboratory, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, McMaster University.

 In 2012, Bandler was awarded the IEEE Canada McNaughton Gold Medal “For pioneering contributions to optimization technology and microwave CAD.” In 2012, he was also honored by a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal. “John is an engineer, a professor, an innovator, a researcher, a writer of technical papers, and a writer of fiction and non-fiction. He has published over 470 technical papers, founded companies; he is world renowned for work in microwave theory and techniques.”

Bandler was honored by the 2004 IEEE MTT-S Microwave Application Award and by the 2013 IEEE MTT-S Microwave Career Award “For a career of leadership, meritorious achievement, creativity and outstanding technical contributions in the field of microwave theory and techniques.”

Bandler delivered a rump presentation at the IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium, IMS 2012, Montreal, on July 19, 2012. A video is available on IEEE.tv.

In 2012, he spoke at the University of Waterloo, at McMaster University, at Carleton University, at École Polytechnique de Montréal, at the University of Toronto, at Freescale Semiconductor, Inc., and at Arizona State University. In 2013, he spoke at Syracuse University, NY; at McMaster University he spoke on “From Creativity to Success via Risk and Setback: An Insider’s Perspective.” See video. At ITESO, Guadalajara, Mexico, he spoke on space mapping and on creativity. On Feb. 2, 2014, he spoke at TEDx McMaster U; on Feb. 26 at Cafe X. In March 2014, he spoke at Tianjin University, at South University of Science and Technology of China, Shenzhen, and at The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

On May 8, 2014, Bandler was honored by McMaster University’s Faculty of Engineering Research Achievement Award.

See Bandler’s YouTube channel for a complete video of That The Multitude May Live.

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Last Updated: May 9, 2014