ANSYS Simulation World 2022 is the first technical series planned to educate executives, engineers, R&D, and manufacturing professionals about engineering simulation strategies. Attendees can engage with leaders in the industry and guided expert ANSYS training — for free! ANSYS Global SIM World series will be held online from October 3rd – 7th 2022.
Why Attend SIM World?
Samtec is thrilled to sponsor and present at SIM World Online Asia Pacific Series (Taiwan). Samtec’s Leon Wu, Applications SI Manager, will present “Accurate Correlation between SI Simulation and Measurements in High-Speed Backplane Connector Designs“, on Tuesday, October 4th at 2:30 PM Eastern Time or 18:00 in Taiwan.
Leon’s presentation focuses on how Samtec developed a systematic methodology for accurate correlation between SI simulation and measurement in high-speed backplane connector designs. He’ll touch on plating methodologies, time and frequency domains, and correlate simulations measurements based on the merits of S-parameters.
SIM World is a live broadcast in English and Mandarin. Attendees are able to ask questions via chatroom. Here’s the full list of event presentations:
- Sim World Day 1 Optical Simulations
- Sim World Day 2-1 Electronic Systems Analysis (AM)
- Sim World Day 2-2 5G & High Speed Transmission (PM)
- Sim World Day 3-1 Multiphysics & IC Design (AM)
- Sim World Day 3-2 Advanced Packaging (PM)
- Sim World Day 4 Power Electronics & Multiphysics
- Sim World Day 5 EV
Follow ANSYS’s event page for all event details. Make sure to register and watch Leon’s full presentation (in English) on SI Model Simulation at the ANSYS SIM World online event.
Samtec and ANSYS Partnership
Samtec and ANSYS partnered to optimize interconnect designs in a risk-free virtual landscape. Using simulation rather than iterative physical prototypes makes it possible to cut significant time and costs, while also supporting a high level of product innovation. The result allows ANSYS HFSS users to design a breakout and evaluate performance that includes the mated interconnect path.
For more information on Samtec and ANSYS HFSS models, email our technical experts at SIG@samtec.com or visit our SIG resource landing page.
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