ASSESS Update is Keynote presentation at NAFEMS 2016 Americas Conference

I will be presenting an ASSESS Update as one of the keynotes at the first day of the NAFEMS 2016 Americas Conference in Seattle next month. If you are planning on attending I look forward to seeing you there - if you have not yet registered I highly recommend registering for this event. The NAFEMS 2016 Americas Conference will be held at the Lynnwood Convention Center, located 16 miles north of Seattle, on June 7-9th, 2016.

Matt Ladzinski of NAFEMS has provided a posts providing insights into the conference

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And here’s what Shawn Wasserman of engineering.com has to say about the conference

3 Reasons Simulation Engineers Should Attend NAFEMS

3 Can’t-Miss Presentations at NAFEMS Simulation Conference




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