The International Association for the Engineering Analysis Community is holding its World Congress in Boston, MA between 23rd and 26th May 2011
GLASGOW, UK, MAY 3rd 2011 – NAFEMS, the International Association for the Engineering Analysis Community is holding its 2011 World Congress later this month between the 23rd and 26th of May in Boston, MA, USA and this is the last opportunity to get involved with this imminent event. The three day event will include over 150 presentations in more than 40 sessions and represents the most comprehensive and wide-ranging collection of analysis and simulation specific papers available from one independent, international event.
The NAFEMS World Congress, sponsored by Simulia, is the only event dedicated to showcasing the state-of-the-art and state-of -practice in the simulation world in an impartial forum, open to everyone with an interest in how to get the most from their use of simulation. This is a highly anticipated event within the engineering analysis and simulation community and there are very few days left to get registered and get involved in this biennial event!
“We have had a great response for this year’s congress but there is still time to register for the event. We are confident that this is going to be our best congress yet and we want to encourage anyone wanting to get the most from using simulation to get involved and not to miss out on this rare opportunity”. – David Quinn, Head of Marketing & Communications at NAFEMS
This year’s congress will provide delegates with:
- keynotes from the leading minds in the analysis community
- approx. 170 presentations in 6 technical tracks
- a choice of free training courses to attend
- focus sessions on Composites, Stochastics, SDM, HPC and more
- an exhibition featuring all of the top software vendors in the industry
- social and networking opportunities included as part of your registration
Representatives from the world’s largest corporations have already confirmed their attendance at the event, and will mingle alongside delegates from academic institutions, 'one-man' consultancies, software vendors and others, with one common goal - to learn and share experience in engineering analysis, simulation, and associated technologies, in order to positively impact on their products, processes and bottom line.
This year’s technical tracks will include:
- Fatigue & Fracture
- Industrial Applications
- Business Benefits
- Dynamics & Testing
- Analysis Management
- Simulation Data Management
- Seismic Analysis
- High Performance Computing
- Business Benefits of Simulation
- ... and many more
We will also be providing these short courses and focus sessions which are INCLUDED in the registration fee:
- Non-Linear Analysis
- Composite FE Analysis
- Dynamic FE Analysis
- Fatigue & Fracture Mechanics in FE Analysis
- Promoting the Adoption of High Performance Computing (HPC) for Engineering Simulation
- Progress in Simulating Composite Materials and Structures
- Simulation Data Management
NAFEMS’ World Congress is jam-packed and is a must for anyone who revolves around engineering analysis and simulation.
“The world congress represents real value for delegates”, Tim Morris, NAFEMS CEO commented “This is our flagship event and is really an essential part of what NAFEMS does as an organisation – connecting everyone involved in analysis and simulation”.
To avoid disappointment and register go to http://www.nafems.org/congress and be part of NWC11 – A World of Simulation. Here you can also find more information regarding the conference and can view the preliminary agenda
NAFEMS is a not for profit organization aimed at promoting best practices and fostering education and awareness in the engineering analysis community. In line with its objectives to promote the effective use of simulation technologies, NAFEMS is continually seeking to create awareness of new analysis methodologies, deliver education & training, and stimulate the adoption of best practices and standards by offering a platform for continuous professional development. For more information, visit www.nafems.org.
Further information and high-resolution images are available on request.
Nicola McLeish (NAFEMS),
+44 (0) 13 55 22 56 88