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New Features for MW, RF and Optical Simulation in CST STUDIO SUITE 2014

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4/1/14 to 4/1/14

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Abstract:
When it comes to designing microwave, radio frequency and optical devices, CST STUDIO SUITE® has become the industry-standard electromagnetic (EM) simulation tool engineers use to optimize their designs.

With the new release of CST STUDIO SUITE 2014, advances have been made to offer a more efficient approach for the simulation of both individual components and full systems. This webinar will demonstrate the new features in CST STUDIO SUITE and its use in a range of microwave, RF and optical applications.

Different components require different simulation methods and we will show how CST tools can help companies achieve robust, integrated designs through various worked examples.

The registration links lead to a third-party registration page. As the CST webinar service provider is currently unable to support access via mobile devices, please ensure you use a desktop or laptop computer to register and attend the event.

Presenter bio:
Dr. Marc Rütschlin grew up and studied in Stellenbosch, South Africa. After completing his PhD in Electronic Engineering, with a focus on dielectric material characterization, he did post-doctoral studies at NIST in Boulder, Colorado, and at the University of Karlsruhe in Germany, with a focus on EM wave propagation in buildings and small antenna design respectively. Marc joined CST in 2007, and currently works from CST’s UK office as the global market development manager for MW&RF applications.

The CST webinar service provider is currently unable to support access via mobile devices. Please ensure you use a desktop or laptop computer to register and watch this webinar.

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