Americom Seminars, Inc. announces two in-depth classes to be held in Beaverton, Oregon: "SMT, BGA, & BTC Design & Manufacturing "by Ray Prasad on March 2-4, 2015; and "Essentials of Electronic Circuits" by Robert Hanson, March 5-6, 2015. These two classes will be held at Axiom Electronics (19545 NW Von Neumann Drive, Suite 200, Beaverton,OR 97006. (about 20 miles from Portland Intnational Airport).
For complete details on "SMT, BGA, & BTC Design & Manufacturing" Class, log on to http:www.rayprasad.com/home/rps/smartlist_65/design-and-manufacturing-wiht-smt-bga-btc-course.
For complete details on "Essentials of Electronic Circuits" log on to http://www.americomseminars.com/beaverton-eet-seminar.htm
Ray Prasad can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (503) 628-1199.
Robert Hanson can be reached on email@example.com or by phone (360) 536-1982.
Ray Prasad and Robert Hanson will also provide tutorials (on various topics) at the IPC APEX Expo in San Diego, February 22-24, 2015.
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The International Symposium on Quality Electronic Design (ISQED)—the premier Design & Design Automation conference—bridges the gap between electronic design tools and processes, integrated circuit technologies, processes & manufacturing, to achieve design quality. ISQED is the leading conference for design for manufacturability (DFM) and quality (DFQ) issues. It provides a forum to exchange ideas and promote research, development, and application of design techniques & methods, design processes, and EDA design methodologies and tools that address issues which impact the quality of designs into physical integrated circuits. ISQED emphasizes a holistic approach toward design quality to highlight and accelerate cooperation among the IC Design, EDA, Semiconductor Process Technology and Manufacturing communities.
Getting Ahead with CST PCB STUDIOThis webinar will demonstrate the PCB simulation capabilities of CST STUDIO SUITE®, including decoupling capacitor optimization and design rule checking. More details to come.
Location: Worldwide Webinar Online
Date: Mar 5, 2015
Time: 17:00, W. Europe Standard Time
This webinar will demonstrate the PCB simulation capabilities of CST STUDIO SUITE®, including decoupling capacitor optimization and design rule checking. More details to come.
Date: 5 - 5 Mar 15
Wearable’s Tachyon, March 9-11 in Santa Clara, expands beyond its Devon roots to include a focus on both the hardware and software behind the coming generation of wearable technology. Classes and tutorials in the Tachyon tracks will focus on embedded computing, hardware design, sensors, and physical technology, while tracks in the Devon portion will focus on programming apps and mastering the SDKs of the next wave of computing devices. 2,000 attendees.
Use code WEARIT for a $200 conference discount off the 3-day pass
For OEM Builders, Designers, and Developers of Wearable Computing Technology.
CDNLive Silicon Valley 2015March 10-11, 2015 Santa Clara Convention Center Santa Clara, CA
Each year, CDNLive Silicon Valley brings together a record number of Cadence® technology users, developers, and industry experts to network, share best practices on critical design and verification issues, and discover new techniques for designing advanced silicon, SoCs, and systems.
Getting Ahead with the CST STUDIO SUITE Modeling InterfaceThis webinar will demonstrate how the modeling interface in CST STUDIO SUITE® can be used to design structures, and to modify and parameterize imported files. More details to come.
Date: March 12, 2015
This webinar will demonstrate how the modeling interface in CST STUDIO SUITE® can be used to design structures, and to modify and parameterize imported files. More details to come.
Date: 12 - 12 Mar 15
The CST STUDIO SUITE graphical user interface (GUI) has been considered extremely intuitive and easy to use by both newcomers and advanced users since its first release in 1998. Today, CST STUDIO SUITE modeler can be considered as powerful as most of the 3D CAD available on the market and offers easy access to CST’s Complete Technology.
3D electromagnetic (3D EM) simulations are possible for high frequency and low frequency, particle or cable simulations as well as thermal and mechanics simulations without changing user interface or design environment. Unlike most simulation software vendors, CST integrates its tools in the same interface, without the need to learn again new and sophisticated GUIs with weak or complicated integration.
The webinar will introduce the CST modeler, showing how to customize your simulation settings using the configuration wizard. The main features will be presented, including parametric construction and variable definition for optimization. The demo will be based on real-life examples from the worlds of MW&RF and electronics, and introduce advanced functionalities like conformal bending and sensitivity analysis.
Powerful import capabilities from other 3D CAD tools, local modification and parameterization of imported structures will also be shown during the webinar.
The Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) is the industry's largest, most comprehensive technical conference for embedded systems professionals in the U.S. ESC is excited to announce an expanded 2015 USA Conference Series, taking place in Boston [May 6-7], Silicon Valley [July 20-22], and Minneapolis [November 4-5].
Join over 2,000 technical professionals and embedded systems hardware, software, and firmware developers to learn about the latest techniques and tricks for reducing time, cost, and complexity in the embedded development process.
The ESC Boston Technical Conference Program consists of 8 tracks covering all aspects of embedded systems design, from concept development through to prototyping, debugging, and manufacturing decisions.
Through ESC's full program of technical training, post-mortems, teardowns, and hands-on sessions, attendees will absorb practical, actionable information to cut time, money, and complexity out of the embedded development process.
NI AWR Design Environment Software Showcased in Upcoming Webinar on Modern Trends in Broadband Diode Mixer Technology
NI (formerly AWR Corporation) will sponsor the upcoming Date: March 18, 2015 Webinar Title: Microwave Journal technical education webinar titled, “Modern Trends in Broadband Diode Mixers: Can You Have Your Cake and Eat It Too?” Presented: by Christopher Marki of Marki Microwave.
This webinar examines modern trends in reducing SWAP and increasing linearity to higher frequencies in mixer technology. Marki Microwave novel mixer modeling capabilities will be highlighted and the accuracy and convenience that is possible using physics-based nonlinear mixer models within NI AWR Design Environment™ Microwave Office software will be showcased.
For complete details and to register, visit http://www.microwavejournal.com/WebinarMarki_18mar15
When: Wednesday, March 18, 2015 11:00 am – 12:00 pm EDT
This webinar shows the high-performance computing (HPC) methods that help CST STUDIO SUITE rise to the challenges of the modern design process. These range from the acceleration of standard workstations and servers through specialized GPUs and co-processors, through to high-end solutions using cluster systems and cloud computing.
Date: 19 - 19 Mar 15
Modern development cycles are becoming ever shorter, while at the same time, engineers find themselves confronted with increasingly complex systems. As an essential tool in the product development process, this means that CST STUDIO SUITE is faced with ever more demanding tasks. The increasing requirements are most visible in the growing size of simulation models (system simulation instead of component simulation), which must be calculated efficiently, but also in the increasingly fragmented structure of companies and teams and the centralization of computing capacity in clusters. This webinar shows the high-performance computing (HPC) methods that help CST STUDIO SUITE rise to these challenges.
In this webinar, the different hardware-based acceleration options will be demonstrated and illustrated with simulation examples from various application areas. The range of configurations that will be discussed runs from the acceleration of standard workstations and servers through specialized GPUs and co-processors, through to high-end solutions using cluster systems. Recent developments in CST STUDIO SUITE will be presented and discussed, including the optimization at the software-level and support for new hardware. In addition, helpful tips will be given about the choice and procurement of new hardware to help make the most of the investment in new systems.
A significant challenge that engineers often have to face when using high-end (cluster) systems is that they are not very user-friendly and often require expert HPC knowledge (scripting, use of queuing and scheduling systems, etc.). The latest version of CST STUDIO SUITE improves and simplifies the use on such systems significantly, and this webinar will present various possibilities for integration and efficient access (including remote access). It’s not always possible or practical for the investment in in-house computational resources to be realized at the right time for high-pressure projects. In particular, small and medium businesses often only need HPC on an occasional basis, and lack expertise in the use and maintenance of HPC systems. In these cases, cloud computing makes it possible to access the necessary computing resources on a short-term basis. The possibilities to use CST STUDIO SUITE in the cloud will also be discussed in this webinar.
Date: March 19, 2015
SNUG Silicon Valley 2015
March 23 - 25, 2015
Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, CA
The Synopsys Users Group (SNUG) was established in 1991 to provide users of Synopsys design tools and technology with an open forum in which they could exchange ideas, discuss problems and explore solutions. Today, there are 13 SNUG conferences worldwide drawing nearly 10,000 tool users, representing more than 900 companies.
Join us for a day of technical sessions and networking at the Dallas Expo and Tech Forum! A free BBQ lunch will be provided.
Pre-register for your chance to win an iPad!
Lean Six Sigma White Belt TrainingAlbert Clary, The SixSigma Way
Design-To-Cost DriversRandy Mattsen, Field Operations Engineer, ViaSystems
ReMAPPing The Global MarketIrene Sterian, Executive Director, ReMAP
QFN Design Considerations to Improve CleaningMike Bixenman, DBA, Kyzen Corporatio
For more information on registration, the technical sessions, and a list of current exhibitors visit: www.smta.org/expos/#dallas