One of the best parts about going to SOLIDWORKS WORLD is catching up with friends you meet once a year – every year at SOLIDWORKS WORLD. There will be new faces this year on stage, in breakout sessions, and at the Partner Pavilion. Educators and researchers from all over the world are joining this event. If you cannot come, you can still attend the live streaming of the event by registering http://sww16.wavecast.io/
Monday General Session will feature Neil Gershenfeld , director of MIT’s Center for Bits and Atoms, physicist, Fab pioneer, explores the boundaries between the digital and physical world. I was fortunate to work with Neil during the planning of Fab11 Boston last summer. I know the SOLIDWORKS community will be inspired.
Tuesday is community packed! The Education segment will be filled with surprises – you will have to wait.
The new Entrepreneur program will feature SOLIDWORKS students that have graduated and now have started their own companies.
The Education Breakout sessions show the variety and depth SOLIDWORKS applications provide students of all ages.
You cannot forget to visit the Partner Pavilion too.
We have students from Baylor University BAJA SAE, University of North Texas Formual SAE, and University of Texas Arlington Formula SAE competitive teams with their vehicles designed in SOLIDWORKS.
Local students from the Dallas area are joining us on Wednesday SOLIDWORKS Student Day.
Hope to see you soon! Marie