CST – Computer Simulation Technology

Automotive Radar Simulation

Webinar Series 2017

Recording date: October 26, 2017

60 min




Hassan Chreim completed his PhD in the XLIM laboratory-University of Limoges, France where his main subject was the design of the meta-materials based cylindrical antennas. In 2009, he worked for the same laboratory on a project involving important partners in the spatial domain like Thales Alenia Space(TAS), the French National Center for Spatial Studies (CNES) and the European Space Agency (ESA). The project concerns the design of a multi-spots antenna, to be placed on a satellite platform in order to guarantee the coverage of the European continent. In 2014, Hassan joined CST - Computer Simulation Technology as an application engineer with an expertise in Microwaves domains. Since then, he acquired some knowledge about Multiphysics, low frequency and EMC simulations.





Automotive radar is becoming increasingly important for car designers, due to the huge role it plays in securing and ensuring the driver’s safety. In this webinar, we will show how CST STUDIO SUITE can be used to perform and study all of the design stages of automotive radars, starting from the basic element which is the antenna, through its integration inside a radome, to actually placing and calibrating the whole package inside the car, using CST Complete Technology’s versatility and solver diversity.


1. Automotive Radar Simulation

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