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CST – Computer Simulation Technology

8th European User Conference Technical Sessions

Session 1 - Welcome and Keynote

  1. Welcome and Organization, Bernhard Wagner, Martin Timm, CST
  2. EMC Simulation at Robert Bosch GmbH,
    Dr. Jan Hansen and Claus Schmiederer, Robert Bosch GmbH

Session 2 - New Technologies by CST

  1. New Technologies in CST STUDIO SUITE 2013
    Ralf Ehmann, Marko Walter, CST
  2. High Performance Computing
    Felix Wolfheimer, CST
  3. Patenting Your EM Design Innovations
    Holger Spachmann, Kaufmann&Stumpf

Session 3.1 - Antennas I

  1. Simultaneous Multiport Matching Using Optenni Lab
    Jussi Rahola, Optenni
  2. Antenna to Body Coupling Using Microwaves
    Maysoun Al-Tikriti, Sony
  3. Electromagnetic Field Analysis of Porosified LTCC
    Armin Talai, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
  4. Body Worn Antennas
    Marc Rütschlin, CST

Session 3.2 - EDA/EMC I

  1. Design of Compact EBG Common Mode Filters
    Antonio Orlandi, University of L‘Aquila
  2. Simulation of EMI in Hybrid Cabling
    Andreas Barchanski, CST
  3. Impact of Connector Ground Contacts on EMC Emission
    Ralf Kakerow, Continental Automotive GmbH

Session 3.3 - Particle Dynamics I

  1. Impedance Studies of the LHC Components Equipped with RF Fingers
    Oleksiy Kononenko, CERN
  2. Frequency and Time Domain Analysis of Trapped Modes in the CERN Proton Synchrotron
    Serena Persichelli, CERN
    Monika Balk, CST
  4. Comparing CST Eigenmode Tetrahedral and Hexahedral Solvers for Multicellular and Photonic Accelerator Structures
    Christopher Lingwood, Lancaster University

Session 4.1 - Antennas II

  1. Antenna Array for S-Band, 3D Radar
    Vadim Zavodny, ELDIS Pardubice, s.r.o.
  2. Simulation of a Tracking Planar Antenna: Support Center Approach and Optimization
    Christophe Melle, ZODIAC DATA SYSTEMS
  3. Integrated Dual Band GSM Antenna Design
    Marli Strydom, CST
  4. Patch Fed Dipole Array for Industrial Range Detection Applications
    Sebastian Mann, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

Session 4.2 - EDA/EMC II

  1. Importance of EMC Rule Checking in the PCB Design Process
    Sam Connor, IBM
  2. Improvements to EDA Workflows in CST STUDIO SUITE 2013
    Matthias Tröscher, CST
  3. >PRONTO Ultimum: Ultrathin Chips Embedded in Flexible Packages
    Thomas Gneiting, AdMOS GmbH

Session 4.3 - Particle Dynamics II

  1. Simulations of CaCo (Cavity Combiner) and IOTs Amplifiers
    Beatriz Bravo, Synchrotron ALBA
  2. Study of Wake Fields for Short Electron Bunches Using CST PARTICLE STUDIO
    Sladana Dordevic, Paul-Scherrer-Institut (PSI)
  3. Optimization of SRF Cavity Design for Berlin Energy Recovery Linac Project – BERLinPro
    Tomasz Galek, Universität Rostock
  4. Electron Devices Simulation Overview
    Richard Cousin, CST

Session 5.1 - Antenna III

  1. Holographic Millimeter-Wave Antennas with Beam-Steering in Two Dimensions
    Christian Rusch, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
  2. Multi-Objective Optimization Coupling modeFRONTIER and CST MICROWAVE STUDIO
    Zhongli Wen, Esteco
  3. On the Peculiarities of Electrically Small Antenna Design
    J. Eichler, C.C.M. Junqueira, V. Sokol, CST
  4. Receiving Mode CST MWS – Matlab Co-Simulations for Time and Frequency Domain UWB Small Antenna Array Characterization
    Markus Gardill, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

Session 5.2 - EMC

  1. Train Signalling System Interference Estimation by CST MWS
    Daniel Valderas, Tecnun – Universidad de Navarra
  2. Cosite Interference Analysis Using EMIT
    Marli Strydom, CST

Session 5.3 - Optics and THz

  1. Dual Vivaldi UWB Nanoantenna for Optical Applications
    Zeev Illuz, Tel-Aviv University
  2. Narrow-Band Infrared Absorber Based on a Colloidal Monolayer
    Pavel Dyachenko, TU Hamburg-Harburg
  3. New Features for Optical Simulations in CST MICROWAVE STUDIO 2013
    Frank Demming, CST

Session 5.4 - BioEM

  1. Comparison of FIT and TLM for the Computation of Basic Restrictions in HF/VHF Band
    Alexandre Laisné, DGA Aeronautical Systems
  2. BioEM Simulation Using CST STUDIO SUITE 2013
    Tilmann Wittig, CST

Session 6.1 - Antennas IV

  1. Using CST MICROWAVE STUDIO to Extract a Regression Model for a Monopole Dielectric Resonator Antenna
    Thomas Sickel, Magus Pty Ltd
  2. Analysis of Signal Propagation Time of a Broadband Backfire Antenna for UHF RFID Ranging
    Andreas Löffler, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
  3. Thermal Mechanical Co-Simulation of a Reflector Antenna
    Jens Eberhard, CST

Session 6.2 - Devices

  1. Design of Dual-Polarization Diplexers Based on Enhanced Turnstile Junctions
    José R. Montejo-Garai, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid – E.T.S.I. Telecomunicacion
  2. Research Activities of the IMP Utilizing CST MICROWAVE STUDIO
    Matthias Hansli, Technische Universität Darmstadt
  3. Analysis of Food Load in RF Cooking Applications with CST
    Yishai Brill, GOJI
  4. Synthesis and Tuning of Modern Microwave Filters
    Vratislav Sokol, CST

Session 6.3 - LF

  1. * New Features and Techniques for Low Frequency Applications in CST EM STUDIO 2013
    Adrian Scott, CST
  2. Coupled Electrothermal Applications with CST STUDIO SUITE 2013
    Frank Weiand, CST

Session 7 - Future/Closing

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

* This document has been modified and differs from the version that was available on the EUC 2013 USB-Sticks.

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