Just wanted to let you know that it’s not too late to register for one of this week’s online learning opportunities. Simply click on the topic that interests you and register today! ANSYS webinars are always free to attend.
This week you’ll find resources for learning and teaching engineering simulation, simulation techniques to speed up innovation, best practices for meshing complex geometries and much more! Continue reading
If you use ANSYS software, why not highlight your superior simulation projects in the ANSYS Hall of Fame? The sixth annual competition is open to all engineers who use ANSYS software and want to showcase their simulation excellence. Entries from around the world feature striking images and animations of real-world applications of ANSYS software using single or multiple physics. The Hall of Fame features 5 best-in-class winners (who also receive an Apple iPad) and highlights 12 finalists from two separate categories: Corporate and Academic entries. Continue reading
A few weeks ago, I participated to the biomedical track of the ANSYS CADFEM Users Meeting (ACUM) in Nuremberg, Germany — an amazing meeting where many medical device companies, academic leaders, clinicians and surgeons shared their experiences and stressed the need to accelerate the adoption of engineering simulation for medical and clinical applications. Continue reading
As our children start heading back to school all around the World, why not schedule some additional learning for yourself? Here’s our list of ANSYS webinars for the month of September. As always, these webinars are free to attend, but you will need to register to attend. Just pick one or more topics you’d like to learn about and register today.
We can never stress the importance of learning too much. It’s the thing that helps all of us propel our careers forward and get our jobs done more effectively. Here’s a list of our ANSYS webinars coming up in August for you to attend for free.
The only requirement is that you register to attend. Hope to see you there! Continue reading
ASME Turbo Expo 2014 is nearly ready to get under way. This year’s conference and trade show is being held at the CCD Congress Center in Düsseldorf, Germany, June 16 – 20. ASME Turbo Expo is the premier international event for gas turbines (on land, sea or air) and the scope has increased considerably in recent years to include steam and wind turbines, compressors, turbochargers, fans and blowers as well as cycles: solar brayton, rankine and supercritical CO2. Continue reading
Global Petroleum Show
To boost production safely, and economically, oil and gas industry faces different challenges depending on the type of hydrocarbon resource, the location and required technology. For years, the Global Petroleum Show has been one of the primer events in Calgary, Alberta bringing over 60,000 industry professionals and stake holders together to showcase and discuss topics related to oil sand and heavy oil. Continue reading
While Design Automation Conference (DAC) has traditionally been targeted to IC designers, DAC 2014 is drawing automotive systems engineers as well. Taking place June 1-5 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA, we will be showcasing our solutions at Booth 1413. There’s so much going on that you won’t want to miss, I thought I’d provide some of the highlights I’m looking forward to.
New this year is the Automotive Village — featuring papers, presentations, sky talks and other exhibits focused on automotive design. We’ll be showcasing our complete product portfolio from IC to system, including embedded software. Walid Abu-Hadba, Chief Product Officer at ANSYS will be delivering an invited Sky Talk on “Managing Multi-Scale, Multi-Physics Challenges in the New Generation of Automotive Systems”. Continue reading