Tuesday, April 1, 2014

EuCAP 2014

We always enjoy going to the European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP). It attracts experts from all over Europe and the diverse technical program helps keep us abreast of the latest research and applications.

This year’s EuCAP takes place on 6 – 11 April, 2014 in The Hague, Netherlands. CST will not only be supporting the event as platinum sponsors, but we’ll also be taking part in a few of the show’s activities. If you’re heading to EuCAP this year, have a look at the sessions below.

Workshops
  • CST Workshop on Advanced Antenna System Simulation with CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® 2014
Tuesday 8 April, 11:00 – 12:00, Room: Europe 2
  • CST Workshop on Simulation of Installed Antenna Performance with CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® 2014
Wednesday 9 April, 11:00 - 12:00, Room: Europe 2
  • CST Workshop on Advanced Antenna System Simulation with CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® 2014
Thursday 10 April, 11:00 - 12:00, Room: Europe 2

Talks
  • EVEREST Simulation Campaign Results on Multipactor Effect Using CST PARTICLE STUDIO
Wednesday 9 April, 10:00, Room: Antarctica
Ahmed Al-Mudhafar (Technische Universität Darmstadt & Institut für Mikrowellentechnik und Photonik, Germany); Jerome Peuch (CNES, France)
  • Contact-less RF and Optical Measurement of Antenna Array Active Impedance Using Scattering Data
Thursday 10 April, 17:40, Room: Amazon
Zeev Illuz (Tel Aviv University & CST AG, Israel); Amir Boag (Tel Aviv University, Israel)
  • Bringing Numerical Simulation and Antenna Measurements Together
Friday 11 April, 10:00, Room: Mississippi
Lars Jacob Fogged (Microwave Vision Italy, Italy); Lucia Scialacgua (SATIMO, Italy); Francesco Saccardi (SATIMO, Italy); Francesca Mioc (Consultant, Switzerland); David Tallini (CST, Germany), Emmanuel Leroux (CST, Italy); Ulrich Becker (CST, Germany); Javier Leonardo Arque Quijano (Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia); Giuseppe Vecchi (Politecnico di Torino, Italy).

Exhibition

CST will also be exhibiting at the show from 7 – 10 April. Drop by our booth at the industrial exhibition site to discuss antenna simulation.

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