|Gridgen User Group Meeting|
|Pointwise is pleased to announce the first Gridgen User Group Meeting to be held in our hometown of Fort Worth, Texas on April 5-6, 2004. The meeting, to be held at the Renaissance Worthington Hotel, will include special Gridgen training seminars, presentations by Pointwise staff on new Gridgen developments, user presentations, and exhibits by our partners.|
|Date:||April 5, 2004 - April 6, 2004|
|Location:||Renaissance Worthington Hotel, Fort Worth, Texas, United States|
|Special Fields:||Grid Generation|
|Softwares:||FLUENT, STAR-CD, FieldView, Gridgen|
|Deadlines:||March 12, 2004 (registration)|
|Type of Event:||User Conference, International|
Gridgen User Group Meeting 2004 Fort Worth, TX, February 9, 2004 – Pointwise is pleased to announce the first Gridgen User Group Meeting to be held in our hometown of Fort Worth, Texas on April 5-6, 2004. The meeting, to be held at the Renaissance Worthington Hotel, will include special Gridgen training seminars, presentations by Pointwise staff on new Gridgen developments, user presentations, and exhibits by our partners. This will be a good opportunity for Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) users to learn about the latest Gridgen features, get a glimpse of future developments, and network with other CFD experts from around the world. Conference registrations have been received from Gridgen users worldwide, including Japan, Germany, United Kingdom, and many U.S. states.
Special Gridgen training seminars are scheduled for Monday, April 5. The morning session, Gridgen V15 New Features, will cover features in the latest Gridgen release. The afternoon training session, Gridgen Tips and Tricks, will be an overview of many helpful Gridgen V15 techniques used by experts to acheive the most efficient use of the software. Tuesday’s sessions will include presentations from the Gridgen user community and from Pointwise staff. Additionally, we are honored that Prof. David Whitfield from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga will give the keynote address. Prof. Whitfield is Director of the Graduate School of Computational Engineering at the University of Tennessee (UT) at Chattanooga (UTC) and also Director of the UT SimCenter at Chattanooga. He will be speaking on “Grid Generation and Flow Solvers.” For more information about the Gridgen User Group Meeting, please go to www.pointwise.com/ugm2004.
About Pointwise: Pointwise is solving the top problem facing engineering analysts today: mesh generation for computational fluid dynamics (CFD). Gridgen runs on Unix, Linux, and Windows; generates structured, unstructured, and hybrid grids; and interfaces with CFD solvers such as Fluent, STAR-CD, and CFX as well as many neutral formats like CGNS (www.cgns.org). Large manufacturing firms and research organizations worldwide rely on Gridgen as their complete pre-processing toolkit. Further information on Gridgen can be obtained from Pointwise's web site, http://www.pointwise.com.
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|Event record first posted on February 13, 2004, last modified on February 13, 2004|