|Simulation and Data Intensive industry fair in Göteborg. Meet a mix of consultants, isv's, hardware vendors etc within the computational industry. Listen to workshops and meet people working in the same(or other) fields.|
|Date:||September 7, 2005 - September 8, 2005|
|Location:||Chalmers Conference Center, Göteborg, Sweden|
|Special Fields:||Scientific Computing|
|Deadlines:||August 15, 2005 (abstract), September 6, 2005 (registration)|
|Type of Event:||Conference, International|
Motivation for SIMDI05:
The use of numerical simulations for the evaluation of prototypes and processes is a growing industry that enables efficient development. This takes place in many different areas such as Continuum Mechanics, Computational Chemistry, Electromagnetics, Risk modelling, Rendering, etc. Commercial implementations of such a tools have gained in maturity and reliability and the Simulation Industry is a growing market that naturally prompts other associated areas as High performance Computing hardware and System integration.
The intention of the Organizing Committee for SIMDI05 is to gather all relevant actors in the Simulation Industry in the Nordic countries:
Engineers and Scientific users:
At SIMDI 2005 you will find all the relevant technologies for your simulation work and their providers, also you will be able to show your competence and references.
Decision makers for HPC investments:
Meet providers of leading edge technical solutions for your HPC environment.
Explain your company's needs regarding technical simulation and get in contact with Consultants and ISV and HPC providers.
Advertise your expertise and your research group activities for the Nordic industry.
Emphasis has been paid to design SIMDI05 according to a realistic industrial profile. For this the SIMDI organization has asked all relevant ISVs, major hadware vendors, consult firms, and contractors to suggest the main points of the layout of the SIMDI05 convention. Main questions that SIMDI05 is expected to help visitors with:
|Event record first posted on May 30, 2005, last modified on June 7, 2005|