TITLE: Computational Design and Simulation of Electronic equipment and Solar Panels

DATE and TIME: April 1, 2011 at 3:00 pm

LOCATION: ASU Tempe Campus, Goldwater Center, room 487

Professor Alexander Shalumov and Dr. Nikolay Malyutin will give a seminar on computational design and simulation of radiolectronic equipment using software package ASONIKA and present their approach to expend its capabilities for virtual design and testing of PV solar panels. After the presentation our guest speakers will discuss some opportunities for collaboration with leading Russian research and development centers on energy systems and reliability in space exploration programs as well as in academic and industrial partnership in design and simulation of communication and alternative energy systems. Refreshments will be served at 2:30 pm.

Contact Information –

Anatoli Korkin

(480) 965-0875



Steve Goodnick

(480) 965-9572


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