Event

Helping you design and create machines is what drives us. Our mission is to continue advancing engineering software you need in order to make exceptional products.
The main purpose of the Users Conference is to allow participants to exchange technology, and we would like it to be a place where everyone is brought closer together to share the vision of a brighter future for device manufacturing.
We hope you enjoy the exhibitions and technical discussions by JMAG’s technical partners.

Exhibitors Student Session Poster Session

Exhibitors

NEAT CO., LTD.
VAC Magnetic Japan K.K.
Motion System Tech, Inc.
NewtonWorks Corporation
Denshijiki Industry Co.,Ltd.
Höganäs Japan K.K.
IDAJ Co., Ltd.
JFE Techno-Research Corporation
DSP Technology Co.,Ltd
Hewlett-Packard Japan, Ltd. / SCSK Corporation
BRIGHTEC CO., LTD.
METRON TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH CO., LTD.
TOKYO FERRITE MFG.CO.LTD
Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd.
Cybernet Systems Co., Ltd.
A&D Company
Unipulse Corporation
Nihon Synopsys G.K.
INFORMATION SERVICES INTERNATIONAL-DENTSU
Myway Plus Corporation.
Romax Technology Japan Limited
Romax Technology Japan Limited
Siemens Product Lifecycle Management Software Inc.
Rescale, Inc.
Seoul NU


Student Session

An orientation will be held for all students during the JMAG Users Conference.
This will provide an opportunity to directly contact technology professionals and learn about trends in the practical application of electromagnetics to real-world products. All interested students are welcome.

Students can apply for this student orientation completely free of charge.
Please use your university email address when applying.
In the case of applying with a free email address, we request that you please display your student ID for verification at reception.

Registration

Please bring this to the student reception.
This explains the program for the day prior to its opening.

Lunch

A lunch area will be made available. We will also be accepting questions from students in addition to their opportunity to communicate directly with each other.

Symposium

A discussion of subjects related to JMAG and its future alongside JMAG business users and presenters.

Student Session 1

“History, Synthesis, Analysis and a little Testing of AC Motor Windings”
Dr. Miller’s design seminar, which always receives a favorable reception from students from a range of academic experience, will be held this year also.

Details available here:
We recommend checking Dr. Miller’s column
https://www.jmag-international.com/engineers_diary/

Student Session 2

Introduction to Magnetic Circuit Design and Evaluating Motors Using Free Motor Design Tools

Student Session 3

Technology Discussion (Poster / Panel)
Here, you can have discussions with JMAG developers and engineers.
Please share your thoughts with us on anything from current the JMAG initiatives to the future of JMAG. We value everyone’s input.

Presentation

Students are welcome to listen to any presentation they like during the JMAG Users Conference.

Program

December 5 (Wednesday): User Conference (Day 1)

9:30 Registration
9:50 Meet in front of Room 501 (Introduction to the Events and Participants)
A.M. Presentations
Lunch-time Meet in front of Room 501 (Lunch, Q&A)
Student Session 1 “History, Synthesis, Analysis and a little Testing of AC Motor Windings”
Dr. Miller’s design seminar, which always receives a favorable reception from students from a range of academic experience, will be held this year also.

“History, Synthesis, Analysis and a little Testing of AC Motor Windings”
Prof. Miller will describe the history of motor and generator windings from the earliest days (1860) to the present, explaining how AC evolved from DC and setting out the foundations of the theory of windings in slots, which was already well established by 1918. Today the same principles are involved, but there is still relatively little guidance on the synthesis of winding configurations and so he will present two examples, both with fractional slots/pole, one suitable for a medium-sized induction motor and one for a brushless PM motor. In contrast, the analysis of machine windings has a vast literature, and Prof. Miller will show some of the classic techniques including the generalized approach to harmonic analysis, leading to some particular methods such as the Gorges diagram for harmonic leakage, and the importance of some not-so-obvious winding parameters. These techniques involve not only theory and calculation, but also test and measurement. Brief reference will also be made to the theory of reference-frame transformations, including the dq-axis transformation, symmetrical components, and space-vectors, and also to some key calculations that can be enhanced with finite-element analysis.

We recommend checking Dr. Miller’s column
https://www.jmag-international.com/engineers_diary/

Evening Presentations
Night Reception

December 6 (Thursday):User Conference (Day 2)

8:30 Meet in front of Room 501 (Q&A)
Student Session 2 Introduction to Magnetic Circuit Design and Evaluating Motors Using Free Motor Design Tools
A.M. Presentations
Lunch-time Meet in front of Room 501 (Lunch, Q&A)
Afternoon Presentations
Student Session 3 Technology Discussion (Poster / Panel)
Here, you can have discussions with JMAG developers and engineers.
Please share your thoughts with us on anything from current the JMAG initiatives to the future of JMAG. We value everyone’s input.
Evening Presentations

* Programs are subject to change. Thank you in advance for your understanding.

Poster Session

A poster area is provided where you can freely contemplate the technology topics.
This is recommended to better understand the ideas behind analysis and to learn about the development policies of JMAG.
White papers and leaflets will be provided at each poster.
Please feel free to use it as a social place to have technical discussions and exchange information.