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CST STUDIO SUITE Student Edition 2017 now available

Computer Simulation Technology (CST), part of SIMULIA, a Dassault Systèmes brand, announces the release of CST STUDIO SUITE Student Edition 2017 at MTT-S IMS, booth #1332.

This free version of the market leading electromagnetic simulation tool is developed as part of the CST educational program to support learning, teaching and research at academic institutions. CST STUDIO SUITE Student Edition contains the versatile high-frequency time domain and frequency domain solvers as well as the static and thermal solvers.

It is supported by a set of online examples showing how classic textbook problems can be solved with simulation. The software can be incorporated into the coursework for a class, and the online examples mean that it can also be used by individual students for independent extracurricular learning at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.

Version 2017 of the Student Edition includes technology improvements from the full CST STUDIO SUITE 2017 release earlier in the year.

‘In 2017 alone, CST STUDIO SUITE Student Edition has helped over eight thousand students around the world to study Maxwell’s equations and experiment with their applications and we hope to extend its reach even further in the future,’ said Dr Martin Timm, Director of Global Marketing, CST. ‘As part of our Academic Program, the CST STUDIO SUITE Student Edition helps prepare students for future careers in industry and research.’

CST STUDIO SUITE Student Edition 2017 can be downloaded here

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