Tuesday, September 16, 2014

CST Webinar Series 2014 - Exploring EM Simulation


In the fast moving world of electrical design, EM simulation is now a must rather than a nice-to-have.

Electrical engineers of all stripes are increasingly expected to do more with less, and in less time. Every bit of time-saving knowledge is therefore money well spent. Even better if it comes free!

Running from September to December, CST's Webinar Series 2014 offers exactly this - 12 free webinars that provide an insight into EM simulation and techniques to shorten the design cycle and reduce the number of costly prototypes required.

Each of the webinars has both the newcomer to CST software in mind and the advanced user. No matter your experience, whichever webinar you attend, we think you'll benefit.

The 2014 Webinar Series begins late September and ends mid-December and kicks off with a webinar on multiphysics simulation for medical applications.

The series covers trending topics such as how to strengthen EMP/lightening protection for critical facilities with EM simulation (a recent hot topic in the media), antennas for automotive applications, simulation-enabled 5G antenna design and the simulation of accelerator components. Below is the full list.

Registrations are now open; simply follow the links to secure your place!

September 25: Multiphysics Simulation for Medical Applications. Read more and watch on-demand here.

October 2: EM Simulation for Sensor Development. Read more and watch on demand here.

October 9: Lightning and EMP Protection for Buildings. Read more and watch on demand here.

October 16: Simulation of Accelerator Components. Read more and watch on demand here.

October 23: Mobile Phones & Automobile Systems. Read more and watch on demand here.

October 30: Power Delivery Network (PDN) Analysis:  Read more and watch on demand here.

November 6: EMC Simulation in Modern Electronics. Read more and watch on demand here.

November 13: Efficient Simulation of Optical Devices. Read more and watch on demand here.

November 20: Modeling a DDR4 Memory Channel. Read more and watch on demand here.

November 25: Modeling Material Properties. Read more and watch on demand here.

December 4: Antennas for Automotive Applications. Read more and watch on demand here.

December 11: Simulation-Enabled 5G Antenna Design. Read more and watch on demand here.