Date: October 10-11, 2018
Location: The Conference & Event Center, Dearborn, MI
Join us at the SIMULIA Great Lakes Regional User Meeting in Dearborn, Michigan! This event features the largest contingent of SIMULIA customers from Transportation & Mobility in the US, making it the de facto industry event. It is preceded by advanced technology seminars on October 9, so be sure to check those out as well. If you’d like to know more, follow this link. Caelynx will be presenting multiple papers and have 3D printers on demonstration to go with the 3DEXPERIENCE Additive Manufacturing Hackathon. We look forward to seeing you there!
Why You Should Attend:
The RUM is a long-standing tradition within the SIMULIA community providing an invaluable platform for industry and academia to learn how the latest simulation technology and methods can accelerate and improve product development. This meeting brings users together to share their knowledge and experience in advancing methods and technology for finite element analysis, fluid simulation, electromagnetics, system simulation, multiphysics, process automation, design optimization, and simulation management.
The keynote speaker for 2018 is Dr. Jerome Lynch, Chair of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Michigan, whose presentation Mobilizing Mobility: Advances through Connectivity and Automation will provide an overview of the cutting-edge research portfolio of the University of Michigan in the space of connected and autonomous mobility system.
The day preceding the conference provides an opportunity to attend the following classes. For more detailed info and pricing, click here.
- Optimizing Engineering Methods in Isight: A brief overview of Isight and optimization before moving on to discuss nonlinear optimization theories and applications
- Introduction to fe-safe/Rubber: FEA modeling for fe-safe/Rubber in Abaqus/CAE, theory of fatigue crack growth in rubber, rubber material calibration for fatigue analysis, and industry examples
- Introduction to CST Studio Suite Electromagnetic Simulation: A primer in SIMULIA’s electromagnetic simulation tool
- Introduction to SIMULIA PowerFlow: Overview of PowerFLOW’s simulation capabilities for aerodynamics, aeroacoustics, climate control and thermal management, discussion of key application solutions for various industries including ground transportation, aerospace and oil & gas
Registration, Agenda, and More Info:
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