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CST – Computer Simulation Technology

7th European User Conference Technical Sessions

Session 1 - Welcome and Keynote

  1. Welcome and Organization, Bernhard Wagner, Martin Timm, CST
  2. RF Analyses and Analysis Requirements for Telecommunications Satellites
    Helmut Wolf, Head of Feed Products, Astrium

Session 2 - New Technologies by CST

  1. New Technologies in CST STUDIO SUITE 2012
    Marko Walter, Ralf Ehmann, CST
  2. HPC News
    Ilari Hänninen, CST
  3. Fraunhofer IGD – Visual, Virtual, Digital
    André Stork, Frauenhofer IGDE

Session 3.1 - Filters

  1. Filter Design and Tuning Using CST STUDIO SUITE
    Franz Hirtenfelder, CST
  2. Considering Higher-Order Resonances in Bandpass Filter Design
    Dr. Roland Rathgeber, KATHREIN-Werke KG
  3. Microwave Bandpass Filter Multi-Objective Optimization using modeFRONTIER® and CST MWS
    Giorgio Buccilli
  4. Multipaction Breakdown Prediction of Passive Microwave Devices with CST PARTICLE STUDIO
    José R. Montejo-Garai, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid – E.T.S.I.Telecomunicacion

Session 3.2 - MRI

  1. Computation of Resonant Structures – Tricks and Pitfalls
    Nicolas Freytag, Bruker Biospin AG
  2. RF Simulation for Ultra-High Field MR Systems: Coil Design and Safety
    Andreas K. Bitz, Erwin L. Hahn Institute for Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  3. Development Process for RF-Coils at 7 Tesla Whole Body MRI-Systems by using CST MWS
    Tim Herrmann, Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg
  4. MRI Coil Design for Parallel Excitation at High Fields
    Dr. Jörg Felder, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH

Session 3.3 - LF

  1. CST EM STUDIO 2012 – Overview & New Features
    Adrian Scott, Frank Weiand, CST
  2. Optimization of Magnetic Position Sensor Applications
    Benedikt Büttner, Preh GmbH
  3. Development of a Planar Actuator for Active Haptic Feedback in an Automotive Environment
    Ingo Zoller, Continental Automotive GmbH

Session 4.1 - Antennas I

  1. Body Antennas Characterization by CST MWS
    Daniel Valderas, Tecnun – Universidad de Navarra
  2. Cardiopulmonary-Resuscitation Feedback Simulation
    Maximilian Hofmann, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
  3. Embedded GSM Antenna Design Using CST MWS and Antenna Magus
    Ilari Hänninen
  4. Millimeter-Wave Package Simulation with CST MWS
    Abouzar Hamidipour, Johannes Kepler Universität Linz

Session 4.2 - EDA/PCB

  1. Chip-PCB Co-Simulation with Extracted PCB Net Models
    Dr. Martin Biehl, Cadence
  2. CST BOARDCHECK – an Application Report
    Manfred Maurer, Siemens
  3. Simulation and Measurement of Board-Level Shields
    Thomas Merk, Alcatel-Lucent Deutschland AG
  4. EMC Analysis of a Control Unit
    Thomas Gneiting, Admos

Session 4.3 - CPD

  1. Optimization of Terahertz Photomixers using CST MICROWAVE STUDIO
    Lars Juul, Université du Luxembourg
  2. The Fundamental Physics of a Photonic Free-Electron Laser
    Thomas Denis, University of Twente
  3. Power Scalability of a Multi-Beam Photonic Free-Electron Laser
    Joan H.H. Lee, University of Twente
  4. Parameter Study and Coupled S-Parameter Calculations of Superconducting RF Cavities
    Tomasz Galek, Universität Rostock

Session 5.1 - Devices

  1. Application of CST MWS for Optimization Sensor Used in the Online Measurement of a Solution’s Concentration
    Boris Kapilevich, Boris Litvak, Ariel University Center of Samaria
  2. Co-Simulation of an EMV Contactless Payment Systems
    Dr. Giuliano Manzi, Austriamicrosystems AG
  3. Measurement and Simulation in Modern Device Design
    Marc Rütschlin, CST
  4. Lumped Element and Transmission Line Equivalent Circuit Generation for Distributed RF Circuits and Wireless Transmission Links
    Johannes Russer, TU München

Session 5.2 - EMC

  1. Design of a Long Wideband Choke
    Yishai Brill, Goji Israel Ltd
  2. Microwave Choke with CST
    Dr. Omar Houbloss, Electrolux Rothenburg GmbH
  3. 3D System Integration Simulation
    Thomas Fischer, Siemens
  4. Electromagnetic Simulation in EMC/EMI Design
    Yannis Braux, CST

Session 5.3 - Optics and THz

  1. Optical Simulation with CST STUDIO SUITE
    Frank Demming-Janssen, CST
  2. Interaction of Single Fluorophores with Gold Spherical Monomers and Dimers Placed in Self-Assembly DNA Origami Structures,
    Guillermo Acuna, TU Braunschweig
  3. Optical Hyperbolic Media
    Dirk Jalas, TU Hamburg-Harburg

Session 6.1 - Antennas II

  1. Dual Band Radar Absorbing Material Using Polyaniline
    Tej Pochiraju, Pera Innovation Ltd.
  2. Metallo-Dielectric Radomes
    Avraham Frenkel, Anafa – Electromagnetic Solutions Ltd.
  3. Six-Port Based Direction Finding and Micrometer-Accuracy Displacement Detection
    Gabor Vinci, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
  4. Inmarsat Phased Antenna Array Design
    Jens Eberhard, CST

Session 6.2 - EMC

  1. Linking Saber and CST STUDIO SUITE for an Integrated Simulation Approach
    Thorsten Gerke, Synopsys
  2. Challenges and Specific Constraints to Component Design for High Voltage Systems
    Roland Eidher, Robert Bosch GmbH
  3. Simulation of EMI Susceptibility and E3 Problems Using Transient Co-Simulation
    Matthias Tröscher, CST
  4. Large-Scale Simulations in Electromagnetic Compatibility Testing and Numerical Field Dosimetry Using Multiple GPU-Acceleration
    Markus Clemens, Bergische Universität Wuppertal

Session 6.3 - Materials

  1. Electrode Design for Dielectric Heating of Masonry with Radio Waves
    Carsten Rabe, Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung GmbH
  2. Multi-Physics Simulation with CST STUDIO SUITE
    Ulrich Becker, CST
  3. Tricks and Treats for “CST Programmers”
    Amit Rappel
  4. 3D Modeling and Optimization of the ICRH Antenna for the Experimental Fusion Experiment ITER with CST MWS
    Dr. Fabrice Louche, Laboratoire de Physique des Plasmas

Session 7 - Future/Closing

  1. Future Directions in CST Software Development
    Peter Thoma, CST
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