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Electromagnetic Simulation Software

 

October 6, 2021 at 1pm CT / 2pm ET

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This webinar will discuss electromagnetic simulation, specifically the electronics simulation tools provided by Ansys and their purpose. We will also overview the needs of academia and industry and how these tools address those needs. To display how electromagnetic simulation can be included in undergraduate coursework, I will give an online demonstration using university textbook examples in conjunction with Ansys Electronics Desktop Student, our electronics student product available for free download. Lastly, I will explain why it is invaluable for students to obtain simulation skills. Not only will these skills give students a competitive edge in the job market, but they will prepare them for success in their future careers.

 

Attend this webinar to:

  • Learn about Ansys Electronics Desktop and its capabilities
  • Understand why an electromagnetic simulation tool is needed
  • Discover how easy it is to implement in your design or re-design phase/workflow

 

 

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Speaker

 

Charlotte Blair
Manager, Technical Support
Ansys

Dr. Charlotte Blair is the Ansys North America Technical Support Manager for Electronic and Electromagnetic Simulation Tools which includes AEDT HFSS, HFSS 3D Layout, SiWave, Maxwell and Icepak. She has been with Ansys for 10 years starting as a field applications engineer engaging directly with customers. Charlotte has her PhD and MS in EE from NJIT and her BSEE from Rutgers University. She worked in the microwave filter industry for over two decades designing cavity filters for wireless operators for Radio Frequency Systems now Nokia. As part of giving back to industry, she volunteers her time with IEEE working with MTTS, APS, Industry Engagement Committee, Region 1, Women in Engineering, HKN and Conference Chair for IEEE WIE FORUMEAST. Charlotte’s passion is the promotion of electrical engineering for all.