State College, Pa. (PRWEB) January 16, 2013
Remcom, provider of electromagnetic simulation software and solutions, announces two public training courses in Washington DC and Salt Lake City, Utah. The Washington DC session will include two-day product tracks for XFdtd® and Wireless InSite®, as well as a personal workshop option for those that want to work with Remcom’s engineers one-on-one. The Salt Lake City session is for XFdtd only.
Washington DC Product Tracks and Dates
XFdtd Track: March 11-12
Personal Workshops: by appointment only on March 13
Wireless InSite Track: March 14-15
Salt Lake City XFdtd Track: April 18-19
The training is complimentary for those with current Remcom Professional Support (RPS) contracts. In addition, free registration is offered for one person per company regardless of RPS status.
The personal workshop appointments offer attendees an opportunity to receive in-depth training on the topics of their choice. They are especially beneficial for those attendees that will be staying for the duration of the week to attend both product tracks. Attendees can send their project files to Remcom in advance of these appointments, enabling training staff to prepare simulation data and tailor the materials for each customer’s specific needs.
Remcom training enables new users to get up and running with the software quickly and easily and experienced users to exploit the software more productively. Focus areas include:
Additional information and registration forms can be found on Remcom’s website via the Training page.
About Remcom: Remcom provides innovative electromagnetic simulation and wireless propagation tools and consulting services. Our products are used for a wide variety of complex EM problems and lead the market in FDTD-based modeling and simulation. Applications include antenna design, bio/EM effects, MRI, microwave circuits, RFID, military and defense applications, and more. We offer flexible licensing options for installations of all sizes, as well as custom engineered solutions for customers that need specific functionality.