Academic Field

JMAG, To the next generation

JMAG is used for a number of universities and other research and educational institutions in relation to electronic and electrical devices. Our wish is to make contributions to the human development, so that those in the next generation can fully utilize the simulation technologies, and create innovations through the simulation technologies. A special package, for the introduction of JMAG, is available for the research and educational institutions, hoping JMAG can be more accessible to wide range of the people. With highly successful work records in the industrial field, JMAG will surely make especial contributions to the academics.

JMAG Education Pack


With the advancement of technical innovations, universities are now expected to play a role as an innovator. When a new idea such as a completely new operating principle is introduced, it is important that the phenomena inside the system are fully understood. JMAG offers the simulation, which is based on the basic principles, to help understand the phenomena that cannot be seen elsewhere, including electromagnetic field, heat and stress that are functioning inside the device and the space. Also, an intuitive idea that comes up on mind can be visualized with JMAG so that the idea can be developed instantly through discussions among the teammates.

So far JMAG has been watching over the birth of innovations at a great number of research centers. And we are glad if JMAG can join the process of the idea development from now as well.


As CAE is introduced into the industries, utilizing CAE is being the important skill for engineers. And it is not only for the CAE experts. The skill to understand and examine the results accurately is required for all engineers. To accommodate such needs, the universities are now focusing on the CAE education, and a great number of students are learning CAE through JMAG before going out to the industrial world.

JMAG offers an educational license for students to create the environment suited for the educational field such as a group study. We are hoping those who will bear the next generation will have a chance to experience the amazing possibilities of CAE.


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1104 Kan Akatsu: "Research on an integration motor to achieve high efficiency and high torque density", JMAG Users conference 2016, 2016
1103 Masatsugu Takemoto: "Examination to Enhance Efficiency of Axial Gap Motors", JMAG Users conference 2016, 2016
1059 Takaya Inamori: "In-orbit magnetic attitude disturbance in LEO small satellites", JMAG Users conference 2015, 2015
1048 Ju, Dong-Ying: "Development and Experimental Verification of Simulation Code on Induction Heat Treatment Process", JMAG Users conference 2015, 2015
1029 Hajime Igarashi: "Optimal Design Using Computational Electromagnetism", JMAG Users conference 2015, 2015
917 Dong-Ying JU: "Actuality and Scope on Simulation of Heat Treatment", JMAG Users Conference2013, 2013
908 Chikara Kaido: "Handling Cores and Core Materials in Numerical Analyses for Motor Design and Analysis", JMAG Users Conference2013, 2013
- Implementing JMAG: KTH Royal Institute of Technology, "How the department utilizes JMAG to maximize output for sensorless control operations at low speeds and combat thermal issues for PM motors."
- Implementing JMAG: Shanghai University, "Expectations of JMAG's highly accurate, detailed analyses of loss, control and vibration"
- Implementing JMAG: Bern University of Applied Sciences, "Choose JMAG moving forward to 3D analysis"
- Implementing JMAG: Electric Motor Technology Research Center, Taiwan National Cheng Kung University, "Use of JMAG in Renewable Energy Research"
- Implementing JMAG: Institute for Electrical Energy Conversion, Technische Universität Darmstadt, "Taking on Research for New Motors and Generators"
- Implementing JMAG: Shibaura Institute of Technology Kan Akatsu M&E Energy Conversion Lab, "Tackling Next Generation Motor Development using JMAG"