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System Level Analysis & Simulation for MEMS at U. Michigan via WEB

The NNIN/C at the University of Michigan will be hosting a free Web based seminar entitled ”System Level Analysis and Simulation for MEMS “. Click below to register for this event.

Topic: System Level Analysis and Simulation for MEMS

Date:  October 31st, 2012

Time: 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm (EDT)

Presenter: Tom Hall

Bio: Tom Hall is a Sales and Applications Manager at IntelliSense. He has a wealth of experience in MEMS design, CAD/FEA simulation, and customer education and training. He has been an integral part of the IntelliSense team by fostering healthy business relationships with current customers and keeping prospective and current users informed about the latest software developments from
IntelliSense. Tom has extensive CAD expertise and a strong background in mechanical and manufacturing engineering. Tom holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Boston University.

Abstract – IntelliSuite was the first MEMS-specific CAD tool and has been under active development for over 20 years. This webinar will explore how SYNPLE, a system-level simulator for multi-scale phenomenon can help MEMS design professionals and researchers. This webinar will cover: basic schematic system design, simulations using built in comprehensive element libraries, automated mask synthesis, schematic based 3D system modeling, data analysis using the WaveRunner tool, and an example involving macromodel system validation.


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Wed, 10/31/2012 - 1:00pm
This event requires an RSVP: 
Lurie Nanofabrication Facility, Ann Arbor, Michigan