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Dominic

Thermal management of modern electronic designs is a tricky subject, involving careful planning and balance of often conflicting constraints. Our Technology Seminar brings a leading expert in this arena to a workshop designed to highlight these challenges and to present practical solutions at the PCB-level. The guest speaker, Jeff Punch, brings a wealth of experience and knowledge in this field making the seminar ideal for anyone needing a full appreciation of thermal management techniques.
In an attempt to enhance the practical value of this seminar, Premier has teamed up with our new friends at Flomerics to offer an exciting opportunity for delegates to put the seminar theory into practice. Our "Early Bird" incentive scheme provides the first 15 attendees to book on the seminar with a 90-day, fully functional license of Flomerics' FLO/PCB analysis software. The qualifying delegates will have three months to investigate thermal issues with their own designs - ideal as a follow up to the concepts gained on the seminar.
Flomerics provides simulation software tools and services - primarily to the electronics industry - to improve and accelerate the design process.
FLO/PCB is a new software tool for accelerating the conceptual design of high-density printed-circuit boards. FLO/PCB improves communication between product marketing, electrical and mechanical engineers, and enables teams of engineers to work together and consider layout and thermal issues as the functional description is being defined.
Are you an Early Bird? Please contact our sales department to book your place on the Thermal Management at the PCB level seminar now - sales@eda.co.uk.
For further information, visit our website http://www.eda.co.uk/trainTechSemThermal.html
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