ANSYS Benelux: Aerospace & Defense Luncheon
Tuesday, 9th October, 2012
11.30 - 13.30
Dolce La Hulpe Hotel
ChaussÃ©e de Bruxelles 135
La HULPE - BELGIUM
ANSYS is happy to announce that Robert Harwood, the Global
ANSYS Industry Director for Aerospace & Defence, will be
visiting Europe at the beginning of October and more
specifically will be stopping in Belgium to meet and discuss
with the Aerospace & Defense Community not only about the
ANSYS current strategy and vision of the future for
Aerospace & Defense regarding simulations but also your own
points of view, issues, vision and to respond to your
To serve that purpose, we are organizing a lunch meeting
hosted by ANSYS on Tuesday, October 9th in La Hulpe at the
Dolce Hotel in La Hulpe (near Brussels).
11h30 Registration and Welcome
12h00 ANSYS Aerospace and Defense Strategy and Vision
13h00 Open Dialogue and Lunch
Robert Harwood, Ph.D
Aerospace and Defense Industry Director
Rob obtained his engineering PhD in 1998 from the University
of Sheffield, one of the top 5 engineering schools in the
UK. During and since that time Rob has focused on the
industrial use of physics based simulation in a broad range
of sectors including Environmental Engineering, Healthcare,
Chemical Process, Energy, Aerospace and Defense. Rob has
been with ANSYS for 12 years and has focused on the
Aerospace and Defense sector since 2006.
Physics based simulation is evolving from being a tool used
by engineering specialists to a capability that is
strategically deployed throughout organizations and embedded
in standard work processes. Different organizations are at
different stages in this transition and Rob is focused on
communicating and disseminating experiences and best
practices that assist organizations maximize their return on
investment in physics based simulation by thinking beyond
just products to consider both processes and people.
Rob has worked directly with the leading US DOD
laboratories, defense contractors and our allies around the
globe. Rob is a frequently invited guest speaker at industry
conferences and seminars and recent contributions include
presentations and panel session participation at events as
diverse as Logistics for RESET and Armed Unmanned Air
This seminar is free to attend.
Registration is required.
Hotel Address: Dolce Hotel, ChaussÃ©e de Bruxelles, 135, 1310
La Hulpe, Belgium
Parking is available at the hotel for free.
For more information contact FranÃ§ois Iker or please call
ANSYS Belgium on 32 (0) 10 45 28 61.