Welcome to the latest edition of e-dynamics, your monthly e-mail newsletter from CD-adapco, inspiring innovation and delivering the latest news on our events, products and services.
2012 Calendar Contest Launched: Winner gets an iPad2 The 2011 Calendar Contest was easily our most successful ever - generating over 100 entries that demonstrate some of the most attractive and informative simulation post processing ever seen. CD-adapco invites you to showcase your work on the desks of over 5000 CAE Engineers by submitting an image for our annual calendar. The creator of the best image will win an iPad2 and, more importantly, bragging rights over colleagues forever ...more>>
STAR American Conference Video Presentations available now! Enjoy the sweet taste of "Engineering Success" from the comfort of your own computer, with videos of twelve of the best presentations from the STAR American Conference 2011. The videos include both the presenter and their slides, so it is the next best thing to being there in person ...more>>
STAR Global Conference 2012: One Conference, a World of Engineering Success On March 19-21, 2012, we will be holding the inaugural STAR Global Conference in the Netherlands. As you might expect, this worldwide celebration of "Engineering Success" will be bigger and better than our European and American conferences combined. The event will showcase top-notch speakers from every corner of the CD-adapco community. Registration will open shortly, so make sure you save the date! If you would like to present at the conference, please click on the following link ...submit an abstract>>
Put your hands up for Detroit! We're pleased to announce our Detroit, Michigan office has moved. The new office is designed with client interaction in mind. With a state-of-the-art training facility and dedicated desk space, our clients can work alongside CD-adapco engineers when visiting the office ...more>>
Check out our new Battery Simulation brochure Hot off the press, this brochure describes CD-adapco's approach to Battery Simulation and explains how our comprehensive toolset enables the study of the interaction between cells and batteries and their automotive environment