WINNIPEG, MB, Canada - April 14, 2005 - IES announces it is exhibiting at Nanotech 2005,
the Nano Science and Technology Institute (NSTI) Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show,
taking place in Anaheim, California May 9 and 10, 2005.
The program includes conferences for nanotechnology, microtechnology, biotechnology,
business and investment in small technology, computational nanoscience and nanotechnology,
and modeling and simulation of microsystems. Symposia, tutorials and workshops are targeted
towards a variety of industries including displays and optics, food, coatings, and health
sciences. Other program highlights include over 600 bio and nano presentations, 50 nanotech
venture companies, and 200 investment/funding talks.
Areas of work for attendees include electronics, photonics, magnetics, biotechnology,
pharmaceutical, medical, materials, defense and security, automotive, and energy. IES?
ELECTRO, COULOMB, and LORENTZ programs will be of particular interest to attendees, as these
programs analyze applications including MEMS, printed circuit boards, carbon nanotube
emissions, and electron microscopes. To attend Nanotech 2005 please visit
For further information about IES and its complete line of simulation tools for field solving
and analysis, please visit booth 907 and take home a FREE demo CD featuring software demos,
tutorials, and simulation examples. See how fast, accurate and easy-to-use IES programs are,
helping you reduce design time and prototyping costs by letting you design your products right
the first time.
About Integrated Engineering Software
Since 1984, Integrated Engineering Software (IES) has developed easy-to-use 2D and 3D field
solver software for design engineers in the Industrial, Automotive, Medical, Telecommunications,
Power, and Aerospace markets. IES programs quickly and accurately model electric and magnetic
fields, eddy currents, particle trajectory and beam optics, full-wave high frequency fields,
thermal and structural problems, and power electronics and electrical drives. Leading companies
like Dexter Magnetic Technologies, Delphi Automotive, Philips Analytical, Intel, IBM, and NASA
rely on IES to reduce engineering design time and costs while improving product performance.
Integrated Engineering Software
220-1821 Wellington Ave., Winnipeg, MB, Canada, R3H 0G4
Phone: 204.632.5636   Fax: 204.633.7780