Infolytica Corporation is a provider of electromagnetic analysis software and the first company to be dedicated to providing affordable solutions for the design engineer. Infolytica's products are widely used in the design of high performance electromechanical products in industries such as aerospace, automotive, consumer electronic, electrical appliances, medical heavy industry and power generation.
"Magnetics attracts the leading technical innovators and we are excited to be holding this special seminar in addition to participating as an exhibitor" said Chad Ghalamzan, Marketing Manager at Infolytica Corporation. For details and registration regarding the Infolytica Corporation seminar, please visit http://www.infolytica.com/en/news/Events/seminar/index.html.
The 2007 Magnetics Conference will focus on the latest advancements in magnetic applications, technology and materials. Serving OEM developers of products that utilize magnets and magnet systems, design engineers, OEM developers involved in EMC technology and magnetic effects, magnetics manufacturers and integrators, and material suppliers in the magnetics industry. The 2007 Magnetics Conference is an opportunity to learn from technical experts and network with peers, professionals and potential business partners involved in a variety of applications.
The Magnetics conference is organized by Magnetics Business & Technology magazine and produced by Webcom Communications Corp., the magazine's publisher. For information on attending, please contact Marsha Hanrahan, firstname.lastname@example.org.
For program details and registration regarding the 2007 Magnetics Conference, please visit http://www.magneticsmagazine.com/mag_conf_index.htm.
About Infolytica Corporation
Infolytica offers state-of-the-art CAE software for magnetic, electric, and thermal analyses. Engineers from a wide range of industries use Infolytica's software to design and analyze applications such as electromechanical devices, non-destructive testing (NDT), induction heating, power electronics, sensors, and industrial transformers.