SOLIDWORKS WORLD 2016 – The Place for SOLIDWORKS Educators and Researchers

If you teach SOLIDWORKS or conduct academic research and are looking to enhance your engineering design knowledge and solve more challenges,  then register to attend SOLIDWORKS World 2016. The world’s largest gathering of SOLIDWORKS users will take place at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, TX, from January 31st to February 3rd in Dallas, TX.  Register now so you can get the special educator discount.

This year’s event will feature 224 tech-savvy, breakout sessions for everyone, whether you’re a beginner, intermediate or advanced user. In these sessions you’ll learn new techniques from SOLIDWORKS experts that will help you take your design skills to the next level. Topics will range from design automation and model-based definition (MBD) to simulation and product data management.

There is a special track just for educators featuring the best examples from middle school, high school, technical vocational institutions, community college, university and university research.  This is the place to learn more about CSWA and CSWP certification academic provider program.


If you have attended SOLIDWORKS World in the past, you know that the popular, hand-on tech sessions fill up fast. To make it easier for those who are already registered to attend SOLIDWORKS 2016, online session scheduling is now available for full conference registrants. Don’t delay and you’ll get your pick of sessions to attend while at the event.

Click SolidWorks World 2016 to register!  I can’t wait to see you there.  Marie


Marie Planchard

Marie Planchard

Senior Director, Early Engagement, 3DEXPERIENCE Works at Dassault Systemes
Marie Planchard is an education and engineering advocate. As Senior Director of Education & Early Engagement, SOLIDWORKS, she is responsible for global development of content and social outreach for the 3DEXPERIENCE Works products across all levels of learning including educational institutions, Fab Labs, and entrepreneurship.
Marie Planchard