Here’s our list of ANSYS webinars being held this week. From debunking the common misconceptions around high-performance computing to fracture mechanics tools to help you predict the potential for fracture in your products, there’s a little something for everyone this week.
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The last days of Summer are upon us and students are back to school. What are your plans for learning this Fall? How about signing up for one of the ANSYS webinars this week?
ANSYS webinars are free to attend — registration is required. Can’t make it this week? Register today and you’ll receive a link to the on-demand version as soon as it hits our Resource Library.
Happy Monday! Here is the weekly list of ANSYS webinars we hope you will register to attend. Remember, if you missed a past webinar you can find the recordings in the ANSYS Resource Library. All ANSYS webinars are free to attend, but do require registration. Continue reading
Bonjour! This week I’m writing the ANSYS webinars for the week from our office in Montigny le Bretonneux, France. I’ll be attending the European Microwave Journal 2015 event at the Palais Des Congrès in Paris before I begin my vacation exploring the sights of France. If you will be attending EuMWJ, please stop by our Stand D300 to say hello.
But if you cannot make it to Paris, here are the ANSYS webinars for the week. Register today. Continue reading
In the few years that I’ve been involved in the ANSYS Hall of Fame, I have been intrigued to see a wide variety of unique entries from our customers. Winners in the ANSYS Hall of Fame span many industries and applications. Even those that haven’t made the winner podium are fascinating and have included boat design, bridge construction, bubbles in a glass of champagne and wind turbine placement. Innovative use of ANSYS simulation enables engineers to break new boundaries across every industry.
Already September! Where did August go? On our end, we’ve been preparing a whole slew of new ANSYS webinars for you to attend. I’ve highlighted some that will occur over the next week or so, as well as the full listing below. But you can also head over to our main events page and narrow your selection by region or date range. Have a great week!
The end of Summer is quickly approaching in the Northern Hemisphere. The new school year is underway in many places in the World. What about you? Wouldn’t now be the perfect time to advance your learning? Here’s a look at the ANSYS webinars available for LIVE viewing this week, plus the ANSYS Convergence Webinar Series is coming up in just a couple of weeks. Also included are a few of our new on-demand offerings. Check them out and register today!
Happy Monday everyone! We have a couple of great ANSYS webinars coming up this week. Check them out now.
I am also pleased to share with you the newly-announced list of the 2015 Convergence Webinars Series. Join ANSYS and industry leaders for this exclusive webinar series featuring selected presentations from ANSYS’ 2015 Convergence conferences worldwide. The webinar series includes sessions highlighting various trends and unique simulation solutions/methodologies as they are used by industry leaders. Continue reading
This week we have two LIVE ANSYS webinars for you. Each with a Q&A at the end.
I’ve also included our newest on-demand webinars that you may have missed. If you’d like to check out even more webinars, please visit our Resource Library
Recent ANSYS Webinars Now Available On-Demand
Kicking off the month of August, our first ANSYS webinar features industry experts from Boeing and Raytheon as they discuss how they are leveraging the power of simulation-based engineering to respond to their customers’ needs. Guests include Dr. Julio Navarro, a subject matter expert in radio frequency circuits, antennas and heterogeneously integrated electronics and Amedeo Larussi, a Sr. Principal Electrical Engineer at Raytheon Company with more than 26 years of commercial and electronic warfare professional experience with research, design, and testing of antennas and microwave systems. Continue reading