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CST discusses Webinar Series 2013: Skills for Electromagnetic Simulation

December 12, 2013

Now with the CST Webinar Series 2013 all wrapped-up, the company would like to thank all those who tuned-in live and heard its experts explore topics across the electromagnetic (EM) spectrum. 

The most popular webinars looked at the latest industry developments in 3D EM simulation, exciting the interest of those working with dielectric & conductor loss components and metamaterial-based devices as well as those involved in the field of wireless power transfer and microwave energy harvesting.

Have a look at the webcasts that are now available for you to watch on-demand.  

Charged Particles
  • Traveling Wave Tube Design with Simulation - Playback

Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)

  • Electromagnetic Simulation of Composite Materials and Cable Harnesses in Aircraft -Playback
  • EMC Simulation in the Design Flow of Modern Electronics - Playback
  • Train Signaling System Interference Estimation by CST MWS - Playback

Electronic Design Automation

  • High-speed and High Power Connector Design - Playback
  • High-speed Serial Link: Full-wave EM Modeling Methodology and Measurement Correlation -Playback
  • Simulating Dielectric and Conductor Loss Components Including the Influence of Trace Edge and Surface Roughness Topography - Playback

Microwaves & RF

  • MIMO Antenna Systems for Advanced Communication - Playback
  • Modeling and Simulation of Metamaterial-based Devices for Industrial Applications - Playback
  • Simulation and Measurement: Complementary Design Tools - Playback
  • Wireless Power Transfer and Microwave Energy Harvesting - Playback

As the company is always eager to hear your feedback, feel free to send your opinion on the ‘CST Webinar Series 2013’ via e-mail (webinars (at) cst.com) so CST can continue improving its webinars. 

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