Q1. What have the authors contributed in "3d controlled-source electromagnetic modeling in anisotropic medium using edge-based finite element method" ?
This paper presents a linear edge-based finite element method for numerical modeling of 3D controlledsource electromagnetic data in an anisotropic conductive medium. The authors use a nonuniform rectangular mesh in order to capture the rapid change of diffusive electromagnetic field within the regions of anomalous conductivity and close to the location of the source.
Q2. What are the future works in "3d controlled-source electromagnetic modeling in anisotropic medium using edge-based finite element method" ?
Future work will be aimed at the implementation of the high order finite elements and at the use of the unstructured tetrahedral and hexahedron meshes to include seafloor bathymetry and complex geoelectrical structures in the modeling of the MCSEM data.