Cloud based CFD modelling & IMPACT
Hosted by Silverstone Technology Cluster – to be held at EMW Law Offices, Seebeck House, 1 Seebeck Place, Milton Keynes, MK5 8FR – 17:30-20:00.
TotalSim are pleased to be involved in the second STC Computer Aided Engineering SIG Event on March 20th 2018.
The evening will feature two in-depth presentations showcasing the latest developments in crash simulation and cloud based CFD simulation.
Dr Michael Peake of TotalSim will cover cloud based CFD modelling and outline the latest advancements.
Simpact Engineering’s Dr Tim Williams will present on IMPACT and will highlight what is possible with modern day simulation tools and techniques to improve products and save lives.
The evening will further feature special guest speaker, Tristan Allen of Innovation consultancy Room 44, who will take a quick look at the disparity that often sits between selling what you can make and making what will sell using data sources that can inform Design Thinking and guarantee consumer-centricity.
Places are limited, so book today on the below link to make sure you do not miss out!
This evening is hosted by EMW and kindly supported by the South Northamptonshire Council
This event is free to attend for STC Members, but registration is required via the link provided. Alternatively, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- RT @SilverstonePark: 'Olympic' standard!The opening of Silverstone Park's @SSEHub (sports engineering hub) was broadcast to c.800,000 peo… about 4 hours ago from Twitter Web App
- We are currently looking for an enthusiastic developer to join our web-based CFD platform team. Interested? Please… https://t.co/VfJVXZHxoW about 4 hours ago from Loomly
- Learn how @Learn_HyperMesh can accelerate your CFD pre-processing time by joining the @Altair_Inc webinar, featurin… https://t.co/kClglICp9e about 6 hours ago from Loomly
- A new challenge for our 3D scanning team today! @takeonGravity #3DScanning #3dmodel using @Artec3DScanners #CFD… https://t.co/MmSGtQNoBx about 3 days ago from Loomly