MagNet 2D/3D Introductory Training Course

During this introductory training course, students will learn how MagNet 2D/3D can be used to simulate and analyze their motor, transformer, actuator and other devices.

Intended for new users who seek an introduction to the key features of MagNet: problem setup, solving techniques, post-processing and how to avoid common pitfalls.

The last day of the course is an open lab session where attendees are encouraged to practice and seek advice on their specific application. A team of experts will be available to assist and answer questions on an individual basis.

Dates Location
February 13-15, 2018
May 15-17, 2018
August 14-16, 2018
November 13-15, 2018
Infolytica Corporation
300 rue Léo Pariseau
Montreal, QC H2X 4B3

If you have any questions regarding this platform support change and the end of life for 32-bit software, please contact either Customer Support or your local representative.


  • Geometric modeling
  • Material modeling
  • Boundary conditions
  • Coils and circuits
  • Meshing and Mesh Adaption
  • Solving and Post-processing
  • Parameterization
  • Scripting
  • 2D vs 3D modeling

We offer a brief MotorSolve session as an optional 4th day added at the end of the MagNet course. Topics will include:

  • Interface
  • Geometry
  • Windings
  • Results & Solving
  • Materials


For more information, please contact your local Infolytica Corporation representative or email us


The registration form must be received 14 days prior to the start of the course.

Please note that payment is due before the course begins. Do not make travel arrangements or payment until your registration has been confirmed.

We reserve the right to cancel or change the date of the training course.

You may withdraw from the course with no penalty up to 14 days before the published date of the course. Cancellation must be made by means of written notice to Infolytica Corporation.

This course and the training material distributed are copyrighted and cannot be used in whole or part without written permission from Infolytica Corporation.