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From: "Jenna Craig" <mail-comsol-bos@comsol.com>
Subject: Charged Particle Optics Simulation with COMSOL®
Date: March 8, 2018 at 8:54:29 AM CST
To: "Mount-First Ng" <mount-first.ng@umanitoba.ca>
Reply-To: Jenna Craig <jenna@comsol.com>


Trajectories of charged particles can be easily computed with the right tools. Learn more by joining us for a webinar today, March 8. In this webinar, we will:
- Demonstrate how to incorporate the presence of electric and magnetic fields
- Take you through a variety of particle release features
- Discuss specialized results analysis tools

Details and registration: http://comsol.com/c/6q1e.

The webinar will feature a live demo in the COMSOL Multiphysics® software and end with a Q&A session.

Warm regards,

Jenna Craig
COMSOL, Inc. | 100 District Avenue | Burlington, MA 01803 USA
Phone: (781) 273-3322 | Email: jenna@comsol.com

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