Before I get to the ANSYS Webinars for the week, today in the United States we celebrate the birthday of George Washington, the first President of the United States. But, in his honor, I cannot tell a lie. Did you know that technically Mr. Washington was not the first President? Nope. That honor really goes to John Hanson. A fascinating story you might want to check out after you register for one of our free webinars this week.
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If it seems like a while since I’ve posted the ANSYS Webinars for the week it’s because it has been. That doesn’t mean our team hasn’t been hard at work, they’ve been prepping some great new content for you. We invite you to attend one of more of these ANSYS webinars where the experts can answer your questions. They’re free to attend, packed with great information and available on our Resource Library within a week of the LIVE event.
So don’t delay, register now!
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Hopefully everyone had a wonderful holiday and you’re ready to back to learning via our ANSYS webinars. Here’s the line up this week.
A full schedule can be found on the Worldwide Events Calendar.
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As 2013 draws to a close, this will be my last ANSYS Webinars post until the new year. This week we have two webinars focused on advancements in the ANSYS 15.0 release for low-frequency electromagnetics and structures.
But it’s not your last opportunity to learn something new in 2013. Did you know that every webinar we’ve presented this year can be found in our Resource Library? You can use the convenient search functionality to select the topics that interest you the most. While you’re there, why not check out some of our case studies and technical briefs as well.
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Today’s a very special day, so before I proceed with the ANSYS webinars for the week, I’d like to tell you a little about why. One hundred and seven years ago, a woman was born who would one day help to change the world. In fact, Google’s Doodle today is celebrating her birthday. Do you know who she is?
Courtesy Google Doodle
Grace Murray Hopper (Dec 9, 1906 – Jan 1, 1992) was an American computer scientist, a pioneer in the field, and one of the first programmers of the Harvard Mark I computer. She developed the first compiler for a computer programming language and conceptualized the idea of machine-independent programming languages, which led to the development of COBOL. She is credited with popularizing the term “debugging” for fixing computer glitches (inspired by an actual moth removed from the computer.
You might have noticed the One Hour of Code text in the image above. Today also kicks off Computer Science Education Week in the U.S., which promotes the idea that every student in every school should have the opportunity to learn computer science. I agree!
I’m going to make an assumption that most, if not all, of our readers do a little coding from time to time. This week would be the perfect time to share that skill with your children, your nieces, your nephews, or the kid down the block. I would like to encourage you to introduce them to the Hour of Code project and have some fun!
This week is a short work week in the U.S. — due to the Thanksgiving holiday — so our list of ANSYS Webinars is a tad short. To make up for that, I thought I’d take the opportunity to point out some other on-demand webinars you might like to investigate. You’ll find those listed below. Just click on the titles.
For those of you in the U.S., have a wonderful Thanksgiving. I am personally thankful that you, our readers, take time out of you day to read our blog.
ANSYS Webinars This Week
Thermostat Macro in ANSYS Icepak
Wednesday, November 27, 2013
11:00 AM IST, 12:30 AM EST, 5:30 AM GMT (REGISTER)
For more than a decade, leading companies around the world have relied on ANSYS Icepak to provide robust and powerful computational fluid dynamics (CFD) solutions for electronics thermal management. ANSYS Icepak has the necessary capabilities to enable rapid model creation, meshing and analysis of complex electronic systems. In addition to the standard features and functionalities, ANSYS Icepak offers several additional capabilities via specialized sub-routines known as ‘macros’ for advanced modeling. Continue reading
This week our ANSYS Webinars schedule offers you five opportunities to learn some really cool stuff. On Tuesday, November 19th, we have guests from Noesis Solutions joining us to show Optimus® design optimization software integrates with ANSYS Workbench 14.5, leveraging its parametric modelling capabilities and deliver better engineering insight. That session will be repeated on Thursday, November 21st.
We also have a continuations of our Ask-the-Expert series with one session focusing on fracture mechanics tools and the other looking at UDFs for discrete phase model.
Please take a moment to register now for the session(s) of your choice and enjoy your week!
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This week we have four ANSYS webinars in the line-up. We hope that you’ll register and attend those that interest you. I’ve also included some in-person events that are taking place in the U.S. this week, so just scroll down to the bottom of the page for those.
For those who need a little more advanced notice to attend ANSYS webinars, please visit our full EVENTS CALENDAR.
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