In acknowledgement of the importance of university research and the impact of groundbreaking publications on the reputation of both author and tool used for the research, CST endowed its first University Publication Award in 2003. The winners of the second CST University Publication Award have now been announced. The competing papers were authored or co-authored by academic researchers, published either in scientific journals or in conference proceedings, and the numerical results were entirely or in part obtained through simulation using CST software products. Submissions were evaluated on a number of criteria including originality of the application or of the theory, clarity of presentation, as well as the skilful usage of CST software features.
CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® (CST MWS) 2006 is nearing release. Users of the market leading Time Domain 3D EM simulator will benefit from a major re-design in the architecture and substantial new functionality. The most significant change is the use of the CST DESIGN ENVIRONMENT™ as a common access point to CST’s solver technology. Structures are presented in 3D and schematic views and the comparison of models and co-simulation has been facilitated by a new multi-document interface.
New link to be demonstrated at MTT-S IMS 2005, Long Beach, CA
Computer Simulation Technology (CST) announced a breakthrough in the integration of the CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® 2006 (CST MWS) simulation tool with Agilent Technologies' Advanced Design System (ADS) electronic design automation software. The automated co-simulation advances workflow integration for the RF and microwave design engineer working to improve passive circuit performance and increase confidence that manufactured products will perform optimally. This has been implemented as a direct result of the alliance and technical collaboration between Agilent and CST announced in June 2004.
CST previews new software release CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® (CST MWS) 2006 at MTT-S International Microwave Symposium 2005, booth #1147 Long Beach, California.
CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® (CST MWS), the market leading Time Domain 3D EM simulator, offers considerable technological advantages to Microwave and RF engineers. In its next release, as part of CST STUDIO SUITE™ 2006, it is accessible through the CST DESIGN ENVIRONMENT™ and includes new features and customer requested additions and enhancements which further extend CST MWS’ user friendliness and versatility.
New product simplifies analysis of charged particle dynamics
CST previews specialist product for the fast and accurate design and analysis of charged particle dynamics at PAC 2005, booth #8.
CST PARTICLE STUDIO™ (CST PS) will be used in the research and development of electron guns, high power tubes and magnetrons etc. Engineers in this area will benefit from the easy to use, intuitive interface and workflow integration capabilities already enjoyed by the high frequency community since 1998 through the market leading Time-Domain code CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® (CST MWS). The years of experience in fully self-consistent charged particle simulation, valued by users of the TS2/TS3 modules in CST’s MAFIA-4, combined with proprietary technologies such as the Perfect Boundary Approximation, PBA® , already applied in other members of the CST STUDIO SUITE™, place CST PS at the cutting edge of simulation technology.
Alliance gives engineers improved passive circuit performance, greater design confidence
PALO ALTO, Calif., and DARMSTADT, Germany, May 2, 2005, Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) and Computer Simulation Technology (CST) today announced two major advances in the integration of the CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® (CST MWS) simulation tool with Agilent's Advanced Design System (ADS) electronic design automation software. The integration helps RF and microwave designers improve passive circuit performance and increase confidence that manufactured products will perform optimally. These advances are implemented in the latest version of CST MWS as a direct result of the alliance and technical collaboration between Agilent and CST announced in June 2004.