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Darmstadt, Germany
Date: May 26, 2018
Language: English

Fee: Free of charge
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Agenda:


 
Plenary Session
08:30 – 09:00 Registration & Welcome Coffee
09:00 – 09:45 CST joins SIMULIA
09:45 – 10:15 CST STUDIO SUITE 2017 – New Features Preview with Live Demo
10:15 – 11:00 Enhancing simulation throughput using High Performance Computing
11:00 – 12:00 Phased Array Installed on Naval Integrated Mast (with Live Demo): From Antenna Synthesis to Antenna Installed Performance
  Lunch Break
Session 3.1 (Room 2) Session 3.2 (Room 1a)
14:00 – 14:25 Radiated Emission/Immunity Simulation of a CISPR25 TestSetup
Dr. Peter Kralicek, Robert Bosch GmbH
Vehicular Spoiler Antenna for High Data Rate WLAN
Niels Koch, Audi AG
14:25 – 14:50 Simulation of a Common Mode Filter for Power Electronics | Wolfgang Röhrner, AVL Trimerics GmbH Recent CST® STUDIO SUITE® Advances for Automotive Antenna and Radar Applications
Davide Tallini, CST AG
14:50 – 15:15 New Features for EMC Workflows
Dr. Andreas Barchanski, CST AG
Pattern-Reconfigurable Antennas Optimized for Automotive Applications | Jerzy Kowalewski, KIT IHE
15:15 – 15:45 Coffee Break
Session 4.1 (Room 2) Session 4.2 (Room 1a)
15:45 – 16:10 Understanding Conducted Emissions from an Automotive Inverter Using a Common-Mode Model
Dr. Christoph Keller, Robert Bosch GmbH
Challenges for Automotive Antenna Design
Adrian Posselt, BMW AG
16:10 – 16:35 Development of Bottom-up EMC Simulation for Co-Design with Carmakers
Priscila Fernandez-Lopez, Valeo
Definition of Matching Networks for Automotive Antennas
Using OptenniLab – A typical Workflow

Andreas Bauer, Kathrein-Werke KG
16:35 – 17:00 How to Check Complex PCBs for SI/EMC Issues
Dr. Andreas Grävinghoff, ETAS GmbH
Automotive Antennas under Vehicle Influence and Aspects of its Numerical Modeling
Prof. Stefan Lindenmeier, UniBW IHHF
17:00 – 17:25 TBA Automotive Radar at 77GHz; Coupled 3D-EM/Asymptotic Simulations
Franz Hirtenfelder, CST AG

Photos from the 2015 Automotive Workshop in Munich





 

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Workshop Materials:

1. CST Full-wave Reverberation Chamber Characterization - Prof. Alfredo De Leo (Università Politecnica delle Marche)
2. RF Interoperability Analysis using the New Interference Task - Ing. Emanuele Zanin (CST Italy srl)
3. Structural-Electromagnetic Co-Design of a Smartband - Ing. Armando Mete (Dassault Systèmes) and Dr. Emmanuel Leroux (CST Italy srl)
4. Decoupling Capacitor Analysis using CST Decap Optimization Tool - Dr. Emmanuel Leroux (CST Italy srl)
5. Faster Design Cycles with High Performance Computing (HPC) - Dr. Emmanuel Leroux (CST Italy srl)
6. High Performance Simulation on BOXX Workstation - Sig. Loris Lignola (E4 Computer Engineering S.p.A)
7. Measured antenna models for numerical simulations in antenna placement scenarios - Ing. Lucia Scialacqua (Microwave Vision Italy s.r.l.)
8. Meteosat Third Generation (MTG) GEOSAR: Experimental vs. EM Analysis - Ing. Marcello Zolesi (Thales Alenia Space)
9. IDEM: a Passive and Causal Macromodeling Tool - Ing. Michelangelo Bandinu (IdemWorks s.r.l.)
10. Numerical Simulations to Predict EMC-EMI Issues on Electronic Products - Ing. Sergio di Ponzio (Altran Italia SpA)
11. Post-Layout Simulations & Measurements of Hybrid RF/High Speed Digital Modules - Ing. Simona Mazzocchi (D&P Electronic Systems S.r.l.)
12. Modeling lossy lines and PDN in PCBs - Ing. Spartaco Caniggia (SI&EMC Consultant Thanks)

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