Jackie Mavin

About Jackie Mavin

Jackie has worked in both the agency and corporate worlds of public relations. At ANSYS, Jackie is the main liaison between the media and our simulation experts and is also responsible for writing press releases as well as other strategic marketing collateral. Jackie has a M.A. in Corporate Communication with an emphasis in integrated marketing from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, PA.

This Week’s Top 5 Engineering Technology News Articles

Our picks for interesting engineering technology news articles this week include lots of cool videos like a stick-on circuit that could power mobile devices from your fingertips and Disney’s Pixelbots and the software that controls it. And with opening day of baseball season behind us in the States, I felt it was only appropriate to feature an interesting piece about teaching kids the Science of Baseball.

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Circuit Simulation Now Included in ANSYS HFSS for More Efficient Electronic System Design

Today, we announced that our ANSYS HFSS users can reduce design time and cost, while optimizing complete electronic system performance, thanks to linear circuit simulation embedded within the latest version of this software.

Designer SIWaveAt a high level, a more streamlined simulation workflow enables engineers to focus on enhancing complete system reliability and signal quality as well as analyzing electromagnetic interference. New HFSS product options for radio frequency (RF) and signal integrity (SI) analyses are also available — making high-frequency (HF) and high-speed electronic device design even more comprehensive. Continue reading

This Week’s Top 5 Interesting Engineering Technology News Articles

Happy Saturday, folks. This week’s interesting engineering technology news article round up looks at how IBM’s Watson computer may hold the key to a more personalized and effective cancer treatment and how a physics algorithm can help you pick your March Madness bracket.

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Top 5 Interesting Engineering Technology News Articles

Happy Saturday, folks! This week, we’ll look at engineering technology articles about a tablet that lets you “feel” objects on the screen, how the screens on our mobile devices are about to get stronger and 15 inventions that changed our lives.

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This Week’s Top 5 Interesting Engineering Technology News Articles

Happy Friday, folks! Today we’re checking out interesting engineering technology news articles about a robot programmed to beat you at air hockey and an ingestible pill camera that helps detect colon cancer.

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This Week’s Top 5 Interesting Engineering Technology News Articles

Happy Friday, folks! This week, we’re looking at interesting engineering technology news articles like how the military is investing in inflatable satellites, Dyson creating thousands of engineering jobs in the UK and fuel cell technology boosted by sugar.

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Looking Back at 2013 Through Engineering Technology

As this is my first blog post of 2014, I want to take a second to officially wish all of our dedicated blog readers a Happy New Year! I sincerely hope you had a lovely holiday season and wish you happiness and good health in the coming year.

For this week’s roundup, I decided to reflect on some of my favorite engineering technology articles from 2013. I’ve summarized my three favorites below and linked back to the originals for the others.

Sit back, relax, and let’s reminisce about 2013 through the eyes of engineering technology together!

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This Week’s Top 5 Engineering Technology News Articles

Happy Friday, folks! This week, we look at interesting engineering technology news articles about a father who prints his son a prosthetic hand with a 3D printer and some of the technical challenges that Amazon might face with their Octocopter.

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