IEEE Virginia Mountain
by: Jeffrey Tharp, Ph.D.
Senior High Frequency Application Engineer
to a physics-based simulation flow can be a key inflection
point to a customers design process. Creating
3D models from scratch or from low-level fabrication
files can be cumbersome and can be an error-prone process.
To improve this design flow, core technologies have
been developed to integrate 3D parametric electromagnetic
extraction (HFSS) into the layout process.
Tharp is a Senior Application Engineer who has been
with Ansoft/ANSYS since 2008. He works primarily with
HFSS and Designer and the integration between the two
tools. Prior to joining Ansoft/ANSYS, Jeff earned his
Ph.D. in Optics from the College of Optics of the University
of Central Florida working on research in Optical and
September 20, 2012
Social: 6:30 PM
Dinner: 7:00 PM
Talk: 8:00 PM
Members & Guests $20.00, Students $10.00
Prices Fork Rd.
to Holiday Inn Blacksburg:
I-81, take exit 118 towards Blacksburg (you will be on
the Downtown exit (first Prices Fork exit), which is just
past the Southgate Drive traffic light on US-460 if traveling
Holiday Inn is at the corner of Prices Fork Rd and University
by 5 PM, Monday, September 17, 2012. Please specify the
number of attendees.
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