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Computational Electromagnetics: Basics & Applications
Posted Sat August 04, 2007 @04:02PM
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Announcements A Workshop on Computational Electromagnetics, jointly organized by Zeus Numerix Mumbai, NARL, S.V. University College of Engineering, and IETE Tirupati-Sub Center Tirupati in Electrical Engg Dept of SVUCE Tirupati, will be held from August 29th to 31st, 2007.

The workshop is aimed at training engineers in the basic theory behind Computational Electromagnetics and to give them a hands on experience with the ZnCEMExpert™ software.


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The workshop is aimed at students and faculty who are working in the field of electromagnetics or are planning to start their research in this field. Workshop will also be very helpful in training engineers/scientists from R&D organizations working in the field of radars, radar cross sections, antennas, wave guides, and other electromagnetic applications.

Theory lectures will be given by eminent faculty from IIT Bombay and Zeus Numerix. Hands on sessions conducted by experienced Zeus Numerix engineers will give the participants a feel for solving real life problems.

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