Announcing: SIMULIA 1st Academic Forum 2014 is for academic users of Abaqus and other SIMULIA software.
Where: MIT Campus Activities Complex Room W20-407, 77 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA, USA
When: Wednesday November 12, 2014, 8:30AM to 4:30PM
Attendees will discover the new capabilities of the SIMULIA Academic Suite, including Abaqus 6.14, as well as new products Tosca, fe-safe and Isight, all now available to academic licensees using a single set of license tokens. The meeting will also offer insights into future strategies of SIMULIA and provide a forum to network with other academic users and SIMULIA technical staff.
The SIMULIA Academic Forum is a fantastic opportunity for academic users of Abaqus and other SIMULIA software to share their knowledge and experiences advancing methods and technology for Finite Element Analysis, Multiphysics, Process Automation and Design Optimization. Attendees will also have the unique opportunity to schedule 1-on-1 meetings with SIMULIA Technical Specialists to get answers to their modeling questions.
The Academic Forum will take place from 8:30am to 4:30pm
- Registration and continental breakfast
- SIMULIA Presentation: “Update on SIMULIA in the Academic World”
- SIMULIA Presentation: “What’s New in Abaqus 6.14”
- SIMULIA Demonstration combining Abaqus, Isight, Tosca and fe-safe
- Lunch – provided by SIMULIA
- Student Presentations
- Q&A, Open Discussion
- Ask-the-Experts Clinics: 1-on-1 time with SIMULIA Technical Specialists
Call for Student Presentations:
We have set aside time in the agenda for SIMULIA Academic users to make short presentations on their work with SIMULIA software. These talks will be 15 minutes long with 5 minutes for Q&A. There is no requirement to submit a formal paper. If you are interested in making a presentation, please send an email by Oct. 31 with the title of your presentation to SIMULIA.NAM.Academic@3ds.com.
A networking lunch will be provided.
Registration: To register or for more information provide your full name, school name and phone number in your registration email SIMULIA.NAM.Academic@3ds.com.
Please forward this email to others at your college or university who might be interested.
We look forward to seeing you at the SIMULIA Academic Forum at MIT on Nov. 12!
Thanks Jan and the SIMULIA team, we love your suite of linear and non-linear analysis tools. They are changing the world. Marie