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Mark Ravenstahl

Retired Director of Product Management, Ansys

Mark helps companies leverage Ansys's industry-leading multiphysics simulation technology so they can design and build cutting-edge products for the electronics industry. During his 14-year tenure at Ansys, Mark started out as Technical Director of Strategic Partnerships and Business Development. He then became Director of Product Management, where he led strategic marketing efforts for Ansys' electromagnetics products. He held several positions at Ansoft Corporation in the 15 years before the company was acquired by Ansys. These include Director of Marketing Communications, where he was responsible for advertising, public relations, sales collateral and website development for Ansoft's Electronics Design Automation software. Mark retired from Ansys in May, 2022.

Education: 

  • Bachelor of Science Degree in Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services from the University of Pittsburgh

Professional Credentials: Transitioning from Manager to Leader from LinkdIn


Articles by This Author

Transformer Simulation

How to Set Up 3D Transformer Simulations in 15 Minutes

The Electronic Transformer app helps engineers set up Maxwell 3D eddy current simulations within the ACT platform.

IoT

How to Reduce RFI in the Antenna Design of IoT and Consumer Electronics

Engineers designing consumer electronics for the IoT do not have it easy. As these devices get smaller, they increase the likelihood of radio frequency interference (RFI).

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Making Wireless Multigigabit Data Transfer Reliable with Simulation

Ansys multiphysics simulations enable wireless multigigabit data transfers without overheating chipset designs.

A 100 kW SRM MILSPEC controller with Torque Ripple Mitigation technology, created by Continuous Solutions.

Engineers Reduce Torque Ripple in a Switched Reluctance Motor for Electric Vehicles

Simulation helps engineers reduce the cost, noise and torque ripple of a Switched Reluctance Motor (SRM).

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Ansys HFSS 19 – New Capability, New Look, More Power

Exciting new capabilities have been released in Ansys HFSS 19, including Radar Cross Section Analysis (RCS), a dynamic new user interface, and more computational power.

Car simulation

Optimizing Autonomous Vehicle & ADAS Radar Systems in a Virtual World

Learn about ADAS and autonomous vehicle radar systems with Ansys. Your average ADAS can have several radar systems monitoring traffic and road conditions.

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