With our recent release of ANSYS 18, our team has been working hard to bring you more in-depth information around the newest features and benefits you’ll find.
Here’s a list of the ANSYS 18 Innovation webinars, so that you can find your favorite topic(s) and easily register to attend right now!
For more event and in-person seminars, visit our Events Calendar.
Do you or someone you know want to learn how to simulate exciting engineering applications using ANSYS and pick up a practical skill sought by employers? Starting next week, February 15th, Cornell University is offering a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) that teaches the hands-on use of ANSYS. This FREE online course entitled “A hands-on introduction to engineering simulations” is self-paced, enabling participants to go through the lecture videos and complete homework problems on their own schedule. Interested people can sign up now.
We just held our eighth ANSYS in ACTION session. This one featured HPC on the Cloud and showed the audience how engineers without local HPC resources can access ANSYS and HPC in the cloud.
For those of you new to the series, ANSYS in ACTION is a webinar series where we show you how easy it is to solve common applications and address common challenges engineers face using ANSYS software in just 20 minutes on Thursdays at 1 pm ET. We skip the marketing and the background information and get right to the demo. Continue reading
Coming up, during the month of November, another great line-up of ANSYS webinars covering a wide variety of topics you can attend from the comfort of your office.
You can also check out our face-to-face seminars coming to your local area if you prefer a more hands on approach to learning about ANSYS products. Check out our full Events Calendar today. Continue reading
Happy Monday everyone! Here’s our list of ANSYS webinars for this week. You can register today for the session(s) that grab your interest. For a more complete listing of ANSYS webinars, please visit our Events Calendar.
If you want to access our collection of over 500 past presentations, please visit our Resource Library. Continue reading
Happy Monday everyone! Here’s our list of ANSYS webinars this week. Please register today! Each session features LIVE Q&A, so don’t forget to bring your questions for our experts to answer.
For future topics, please visit our ANSYS Events calendar. Continue reading
Happy Monday everyone! Here’s our list of ANSYS webinars this week. We’re pretty excited to be launching the NEW ANSYS in ACTION series this week as well. If you haven’t heard of it, or checked it out yet, I encourage you to do so. There are a lot of great topics coming up that I think you’ll like.
And now, here’s what’s up this week. Continue reading
Happy Monday everyone! Sorry I’m getting a late start on blogging today. We’ve got some great ANSYS webinars lined up this week. Make sure you register today!
For more information about ANSYS webinars and trade shows we’re at, please visit our ANSYS Events page. Continue reading
I would like to tell you about a new weekly webinar series we’re launching called ANSYS in ACTION. Before I do, let me ask you a few questions.
Do you like to see software in action before trying it yourself? Are you curious about how ANSYS software can be used to solve your common applications? Are you willing to take a 20 minute hot beverage break once a week to learn something new?
If you answered yes to these questions, the ANSYS in ACTION webinar series is for you. Beginning October 13th, at 1 pm EDT, application engineers from ANSYS will spend 20 minutes each Thursday showing you how ANSYS software can solve common problems. We are selecting applications that a large number of engineers face and showing them our best and easiest to use simulation solution, the solution that will produce the results they need to make good decisions fastest, for each one. Continue reading
Happy Monday everyone! Here’s our list of ANSYS webinars this week. Please register today! Each session features LIVE Q&A, so bring your questions for our experts to answer.
For future topics, please visit our ANSYS Events calendar.