|2012 Engineering Design Forum|
|Join your peers at this inaugural convergence, bringing together an international community of users, researchers, developers, and subject matter experts, across various industry sectors, to explore the most critical issues of today, within the field of simulation-based design.|
|Date:||May 15, 2012 - May 17, 2012|
|Location:||4000 Loews Coronado Bay road, Coronado, California, United States|
|Deadlines:||March 9, 2012 (abstract)|
|Type of Event:||Conference, International|
Keynote and Sessions
Keynote speaker, Michael D. Griffin, former NASA Administrator, will offer his unique perspectives on the current state of the industry and the important role that small to midsize software companies play in bringing innovative solutions to the marketplace.
Presentations will focus on emerging software innovations and the following technical topics: Multidisciplinary Design Optimization, Design for Affordability, Model-based Systems Engineering, Simulation Data Management, and Simulation Analytics.
Software Training Opportunities
AGI, Phoenix Integration, Tecplot, InterCAX, and Optimal Solutions Software will each offer complimentary training sessions on Tuesday, May 15 for attending design engineers to provide a hands-on introduction to their respective products and related best practices.
|Event record first posted on April 2, 2012, last modified on April 4, 2012|