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CST 2008 Users Forum - First Call for Papers

September 27, 2007
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CST of America is pleased to announce the 5th North American Users Forum to be held at the Network Meeting Center, Santa Clara, CA on Feb 4th 2008. The conference will provide an opportunity for users of CST's products to present and discuss their work to a wide audience of interested parties. CST will present the latest software including a keynote presentation from our CTO, Peter Thoma. Who Should Attend? All engineers and engineering management who use or could benefit from the latest 3D electromagnetic simulation tools. More and more applications require this kind of tool to facilitate a rapid and low risk design process. CST's "complete technology" and advanced workflow management make it a key enabling tool in many application areas including: signal integrity, power integrity, interconnect, PCBs/packages, SiPs, antennas, general microwave/RF, EMC, EMI, and radar. What kind of papers are appropriate? Any work relating to the use of CST STUDIO SUITE(tm) tools is of interest, particularly work with CST MICROWAVE STUDIO®. We want to hear of success stories, novel applications or any application or use that you think would be of interest to a wide audience. Why submit a presentation? You will present it to an audience of peers and also to senior management of CST. This is an opportunity to create interest and excitement in your work and also influence the future direction of 3D electromagnetic simulation. What is included and how much is the event? The event will run from 8AM to 5 PM and breakfast, lunch and materials are all included. The event is free for all attendees. Where exactly will it be held? The event is at the Network meeting Center next to the Santa Clara convention center on Great America Parkway. Parking is free. The event is co-located with DesignCon 2008. Please submit an approx 100 word abstract or any questions to fabrizio.zanella@cst.com. The submission deadline is Dec 17th. Registration is also open at: www.cst.com/Content/Events/ugm.aspx

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