CADFEM and ANSYS are very pleased to exhibit at MEMS 2018: the 31st IEEE International Conference on Micro Electro Mechanical Systems, 21st-25th January at Belfast Waterfront.
Visit us at booth 10!
To arrange a meeting in advance please contact us
Our Multphysics & MEMS expert would like to discuss with you in particular about Model Order Reduction and Systems Simulation…
…and how engineering simulation and ANSYS can support you in achieving your design and development goals. CADFEM provide a single source contact for Structural (FE), Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and Electromagnetics (EM) simulation. We provide software solutions for these physics (including customization) along with complete technical support and local training, technology transfer, consulting and any associated IT requirements (including Cloud based solutions).
About MEMS 2018:
The major areas of activity in the development of MEMS solicited and expected at the conference include:
- Design, simulation and analysis tools with experimental verification
- Fabrication technologies and processes
- Silicon and non-silicon materials
- Electro-mechanical integration techniques
- Assembly and packaging approaches
- Metrology and operational evaluation techniques
- System architecture
The major areas of activity in the application of MEMS solicited and expected at the conference include:
- Mechanical, thermal, and magnetic sensors and actuators, and system
- Opto-mechanical microdevices and microsystems
- Fluidic microcomponents and microsystems
- Microdevices for data storage
- Microdevices for biomedical engineering
- Micro chemical analysis systems
- Microdevices and systems for wireless communication
- Microdevices for power supply and energy harvesting
- Nano-electro-mechanical devices and systems
- Scientific microinstruments
VOLTABOX AG – A company of paragon AG
More than 25 years of experience in automotive electronics
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In November 2017, CADFEM had the pleasure to welcome Voltabox to the 35th CADFEM ANSYS Simulation Conference in Koblenz, Germany.
Design optimization of a current bar: Weight reduction at identical ampacity: up to 26%
Have a look at 6 overview slides which summarize the use of ANSYS AIM in Voltabox and the clear benefits from a management perspective….
ANSYS and CADFEM are very pleased to invite you to the:
ANSYS Seminar & Workshop: Engineering Simulation Test-Drives on 6th December, 9:30-13:30 GMT at the Holiday Inn Guildford.
ANSYS UK, our partner, is hosting this special event for simulation.
Simulation experts from ANSYS will be on-site to discuss your applications with you. We hope to have the pleasure to welcome you!
Please check the Agenda and register via this link: http://www.ansys.com/en-GB/other/en-gb/uk-test-drive
Overview: The program will start with a short presentation of the capabilities of the ANSYS simulation tools followed by an optional hands-on session using ANSYS software.
Attendees wishing to take a “test-drive” will, with the assistance of ANSYS technical staff, be guided through their choice of simulation tutorials selecting from:
Webinar 8th November 8 am GMT – Register by 7th Nov!
Webinar 8th November 10am GMT – Register now!
For those who need flexibility for Software, Hardware & Engineering. Check our offer…
Training is a core part of our business
CADFEM’s motto is “Simulation is more than Software” and training in the use of simulation is a core part of our business. We are pleased to offer you training courses in our Dublin and London Offices.
In October 2017 we are launching the new CADFEM ANSYS Training offerings with the most important courses. The exciting feature of these courses is their focus on the application of engineering using the ANSYS suite of products rather than just the process of using the software.
First Courses scheduled:
Structural Mechanics Simulation with ANSYS Mechanical
Contact Modelling with ANSYS Mechanical
ANSYS AIM: Product Simulation for Every Engineer
Our training program covers a broad spectrum of simulation topics. Each course is highly practical oriented to enable you to apply your newly acquired knowledge immediately in your day-to-day tasks. Our courses aim to add sustainable success to your engineering work for the longterm. The comprehensive knowledge you acquire will support and guide you through the different challenges you may encounter. Each course will offer you the opportunity to discuss with our highly experienced training instructors and the other attendees in a small efficient group. You will apply everything you have learned immediately on the PC in different practical examples.
Our training concept will provide you with considerable additional value for your daily simulation and engineering work. During the 1-4 day training courses you will focus on new topics and apply your know-how to solve different problems – always with our guidance and personal advice.
And very importantly: lively and exciting discussions in the group will inspire you with new ideas and approaches for your work!
For more details and to discuss your specific requirements, please contact our Training Instructors,
For training in Dublin:
Dr Paul Fanning, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Adrian Dunne, email@example.com
For training in London:
Luigi Cordani, firstname.lastname@example.org
We offer 3 of the most important courses in 2017. In early 2018, we will be adding 8 new courses, and over time the full choice of over 50 courses which have been designed and developed by CADFEM over decades.
Please check our growing Training Schedule to which we are adding new Courses regularly: