News | December 19, 2013

CST University Publication Award 2013: Winners Announced

Source: CST of America, Inc.

Computer Simulation Technology (CST), Darmstadt, announces winners of the CST University Publication Award 2013, an annual grant to university institutes and researchers for published papers related to 3D electromagnetic field simulation applications.

The CST University Publication Award acknowledges the importance of work from university researchers and academics by granting winners extensions and upgrades to their CST STUDIO SUITE installations. 2013 marks the 10th anniversary of the Award, showcasing support in further research and innovation within universities.

The selection committee place three conditions for participation: the papers must be authored or co-authored by university researchers, they must have been published either in scientific journals or conference proceedings, and the numerical results must be entirely or in part obtained through simulations using CST software products.

Submissions were evaluated on a number of criteria, including originality of application and theory, clarity of presentation, and the skilful use of CST software. There is also a special award given for short papers of four pages or less, to acknowledge the importance of short conference papers in promoting practical applications of simulation.

“The quality of the publications submitted was outstanding and this emphasizes why we continue to support university institutions and their research through the CST University Publication Award,” said Dr. Martin Timm, Director of Global Marketing, CST. “Even after 10 years of granting the award, selecting a winner is never easy. Learning about the vast range of interesting and novel areas of application is a privilege and I’d like to thank everyone who has continued to support this initiative by contributing their papers.”

The following papers have been selected to receive the CST University Publication Award 2013

  • "Polarization-Independent Metamaterial Analog of Electromagnetically Induced Transparency for a Refractive-Index-Based Sensor"; Fan-Yi Meng, Qun Wu, Daniel Erni, Ke Wu, and Jong-Chul Lee. IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, Vol. 60, No. 10, October 2012
  • "Investigation of Electromagnetic Field Perturbation With Respect to Mechanical Imperfections in Radio-Frequency-Quadrupole (RFQ) Structure"; Ki R. Shin, Yoon W. Kang, Sang-Ho Kim and Aly E. Fathy. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science Vol. 59, No. 5, October 2012
  • "Decoupling of Multiple Antennas in Terminals With Chassis Excitation Using Polarization Diversity, Angle Diversity and Current Control"; Hui Li, Buon Kiong Lau, Zhinong Ying, and Sailing He. IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, Vol. 60, No. 12, December 2012

Short Paper Award 2013

  • "Simulation of Lung Edema in Impedance Cardiography"; Mark Ulbrich, Jens Mühlsteff, Marian Walter, Steffen Leonhard. Computing in Cardiology (CinC), 2012; 39;33-36 more information on CST’s university program and the upcoming University Publication Award 2014 can be found at the CST corporate website:

About CST
CST develops and markets high performance software for the simulation of electromagnetic fields in all frequency bands. Its success is based on the implementation of leading edge technology in a user-friendly interface. CST’s customers are market leaders in industries as diverse as Telecommunications, Defense, Automotive, Electronics, and Medical Equipment. Today CST employs 220 sales, development, and support personnel, and enjoys a leading position in the high frequency 3D EM simulation market.

CST STUDIO SUITE is the culmination of many years of research and development into the most accurate and efficient computational solutions for electromagnetic designs. It comprises CST’s tools for the design and optimization of devices operating in a wide range of frequencies - static to optical. Analyses may include thermal and mechanical effects, as well as circuit simulation. CST STUDIO SUITE benefits from an integrated design environment which gives access to the entire range of solver technology. System assembly and modeling facilitates multi-physics and co-simulation as well as the management of entire electromagnetic systems. CST STUDIO SUITE can offer considerable product to market advantages such as shorter development cycles, virtual prototyping before physical trials, and optimization instead of experimentation. For more information, visit

SOURCE: CST of America, Inc.