This week we officially kick-off the 2015 ANSYS Convergence Conferences around the World. Our first stop is Santa Clara, CA this week. If you register today, you can still attend, I hear there’s a few seats still available. The keynotes promise to showcase some amazing stories from the likes of Thomas E. Markusic, CEO, Firefly Space Systems; and Josh Giegel, VP of Design & Analysis, Hyperloop; Mark Frohnmayer, President, Arcimoto; and Greg Henderson, CEO, Arx Pax.
Every Monday, I like to bring you the ANSYS webinars coming up this week. My apologies for the late post, the day kind of got away from me. To make it up to you, dear readers, I decided to post a more complete listing of all of the ANSYS webinars coming up this month. At the bottom of the list, you’ll find two bonus events you should check into. Continue reading
Here’s this week’s schedule for ANSYS webinars. Our webinars this week can help you with wireless power transfer applications, rotordynamics, HPC and SCADE to mention just a few. Make sure you registers today! Continue reading
I’ve been providing these weekly updates for a while now, so I wanted to take the opportunity today to ask you how valuable you’re finding this listing. Am I providing enough information in the ANSYS webinars posts to help you decide which webinars are of value to you? Would you find it useful for me to also include in-person events? And, is a current week listing of value or would you prefer two weeks at a time so you can do advanced planning? Just let me know in the comments below, and I’d be happy to adjust this weekly post to help you in the most positive way I can.
Meanwhile, here’s the list of ANSYS webinars for this week beginning March 30th Continue reading
From China to Germany to France and the U.S., there’s sure to be a few ANSYS webinars that will catch your interest. Please select a topic below and register today. If you are not able to attend the webinar live, you will receive a link to the recording within a few days after the event. Continue reading
This week you can learn about how ANSYS and Intel® teamed to optimize ANSYS Mechanical for the latest Intel processor and coprocessor innovations. Based on these efforts, both the Windows and Linux versions of ANSYS Mechanical 16.0 (including the SMP and DMP versions of each) can now utilize one or more Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors. With Intel’s special promotion and ANSYS HPC Workgroups, you can take advantage of Intel coprocessor performance within your qualified existing hardware at a significantly discounted price.
In our ANSYS webinars line-up this week, we continue the conversation about our latest software releases. ANSYS 16.0 delivers an all new ANSYS Electronics Desktop featuring ANSYS HFSS and the industry’s first 3-D EM component library. During this webinar, we will introduce you to features in the desktop and illustrate how engineers and CAD support teams can use the new 3-D EM component library. Continue reading