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CST – Computer Simulation Technology

10th European User Conference Technical Sessions

Session 1 - Welcome and Organisation

  1. Welcome and Organisation
    Bernhard Wagner, Martin Timm, CST AG
  2. EM Simulations for High-Field Magnetic Resonance Systems
    Andreas Bitz, German Cancer Research (DKFZ)

Session 2

  1. New Technologies in CST STUDIO SUITE 2015
    Marc Rütschlin, CST AG
  2. Multiphysics Simulation
    Paul Lalor, Dassault Systèmes Simulia Corp

Session 3.1 - Aerospace and Marine

  1. Modular High Power Ku-Band Polarisation Devices for Space Applications
    Philipp Kohl, Airbus DS GmbH
  2. Multipaction Analysis of Filters from Simple to Complex Geometries
    Paul Booth, Airbus Defence and Space
  3. Multiphysics Simulation of a Satellite-Based Power Splitter
    Franz Hirtenfelder, CST AG

Session 3.2 - Energy

  1. 3D Transformer Insulation Design for Special Structures (Leads and Bushings)
    Beriz Bakija, Siemens AG Energy Management Division
  2. Simulation for High-Voltage Applications
    Adrian Scott & Frank Weiand, CST AG
  3. 3D Electromagnetic Analysis of HV Transmission Lines for Automated Fault Location
    Antonio Orlandi, UAq EMC Laboratory, University of L'Aquila

Session 3.3 - Particle Accelerators I

  1. New Features for Particle Simulation in CST STUDIO SUITE 2015
    Maryam Kiyani, CST AG
  2. Third Harmonic Cavity for the ALBA Synchrotron
    Beatriz Bravo, CELLS- synchroton ALBA
  3. Higher Order Modes in Large Accelerating SRF Structures
    Tomasz Galek, Universität Rostock

Session 4.1 - Automotive and Transportation

  1. EM Simulation for Automotive Applications
    Andreas Barchanski, CST AG
  2. Compatibility of Eddy Current Brakes Embarked in High Speed Trains
    Daniel Valderas, CEIT
  3. Signal Integrity Simulation in Automotive Design
    Stefanie Schatt, Continental AG

Session 4.2 - Components

  1. Enhancing Filter Performance Through 3D Manufacturing
    Paul Booth, Airbus Defence and Space
  2. Robust Filter Design Based on Probablistic Simulation in CST STUDIO SUITE with OptiY
    The-Quan Pham, OptiY GmbH
  3. Introducing FilterDesignr2D
    Vratislav Sokol, CST AG

Session 4.3 - Particle Accelerators II

  1. Using Symmetries for Wakefield Calculation of Driving and Detuning Impedances
    Andrea Passarelli, CERN
  2. SAM for Particle Simulation
    Tobias Glahn, CST AG
  3. CERN-PSB and CERN-SPS Beam Coupling Impedance Model
    Carlo Zannini, CERN

Session 5.1 - Automotive Antennas

  1. Numerical Methodology for the EMI Risk Assessment of Vehicular Antennas
    Alberto Buttiglieri, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
  2. Study on Bluetooth Antenna Integration Into Metal Environment
    Ralf Kakerow, Continental Automotive GmbH
    Julnar Musmar, Universität Paderborn
  3. Antenna Design and Placement for the Automotive Market
    Davide Tallini, CST AG

Session 5.2 - Medical and MRI I

  1. Multiphysics Simulation for Medical Application
    Tilmann Wittig, CST AG
  2. RF Safety Assessment of a Bilateral Tx/Rx 7T MRI Breast Coil
    Thomas Fiedler, German Cancer Research Center
  3. BioEM SAR Calculation with Accelerated Combination of CST MICROWAVE STUDIO and CST DESIGN STUDIO
    Tim Herrmann, OvG University Magdeburg

Session 5.3 - Vacuum Electronic Devices

  1. Design and Simulation of New Sub-THz Radiation Source "Nanovircator" in the Framework of CST PARTICLE STUDIO
    Nikita Frolov, Saratov State University
  2. 3D Gyrototron Simulation with CST STUDIO SUITE
    Monika Balk, CST AG
  3. Application of CST PARTICLE STUDIO for the Study of the Novel High-Power Microwave Amplifier with Virtual Cathode
    Nikita Frolov, Saratov State University

Session 6.1 - Antennas for Mobile Communication

  1. Simulation-Enabled 5G Antenna Design
    Arnab Bhattacharya, CST AG
  2. Optimization of Tunable Antenna Systems Using CST STUDIO SUITE and Optenni Lab
    Jussi Rahola, Optenni Ltd
  3. System-Level Antenna Simulation
    Marc Rütschlin, CST AG

Session 6.2 - Medical and MRI II

  1. SIMULIA Solutions for Medical Device Design
    Paul Lalor, Dassault Sytèmes Simulia Corp
  2. New EM-Based Medical Applications
    Tilmann Wittig, CST AG
  3. CST MICROWAVE STUDIO Simulation of an UWB Image System
    Lei Li, Xiaodeng Chen, Queen Mary, University of London

Session 6.3 - Optics and Metamaterials

  1. Design of 2D Waveguide Networks for Study of Fundamental Properties of Quantum Graphs
    Tetyana Skipa, Institut für Kernphysik
  2. 2D Integrating Cell Based on Photonic Crystal Reflectors in a Silicon Slab
    Lena Simone Fohrmann, Hamburg University of Technology
  3. Efficient and Accurate Simulation of Optical Devices
    Frank Demming, CST AG

Session 7.1 - Antenna Workflows

  1. Design and Analysis of Antennas for an Automotive Collision Avoidance System
    Brian Woods, Magus Pty
  2. Using Measured Fields as Field Sources in Computational Electromagnetic (CEM) Solvers
    Lucia Scialacqua, Microwave Vision Group
  3. Two Methods for Calculating Broadband Antenna Radioation Efficiency without Using Far-Field Monitors
    Constantine Kakoyiannis, National Centre for Scientific Research "Demokritos"

Session 7.2 - EDA

  1. Efficient Parameter Sweeps of a Transmission Line for Advanced Integrated Systems by Weightened Step-Width Approach
    Alexander Steinhardt, Fraunhofer IIS/EAS
  2. Power Delivery Network Analysis
    Eduardo Genovese, CST AG
  3. Handling of Complex Bended Multilayer PCB Structures
    Thomas Fischer, Sivantos (Siemens Audiologische Technik)

Session 7.3 - Material Modeling

  1. Using CST as an Analysis and Verification of Shielding Effectiveness of Materials
    Sebnem Seckin Ugurlu, Dokuz Eylul University
  2. Modelling Perforated Walls and Coated Surfaces in Microwave Heating Ovens
    Tatiana Danov, Goji
  3. Material Properties Modeling Based on Measured Data
    Vratislav Sokol, CST AG

Session 8 - Future/Closing

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