We would like to cordially invite you to attend the
STARGlobal Aerospace & Defense Forum 2010 on May 12-13, 2010 in Fort Worth, Texas.
This event will host featured speakers and panelist from leading organizations like AAI, American Dynamics, ATA, Hawker Beechcraft, Lockheed Martin, NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, NAVAIR (Naval Air Systems Command), NAVSEA Warfare Centers, additional speakers still to be announced.
Plus, back by popular demand Training Courses on strategies for implementing engineering simulation, the first 50 people to sign-up attend at no charge (CEU Certificates Provided).
This event provides an excellent forum for participants to learn how flow, thermal, and stress simulation is facilitating competitive advantage through innovation, reducing development times and costs, and improving product quality and robustness.
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12 - 13 May, 2010
Historic Hilton Fort Worth
815 Main Street,
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
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There is no charge to attend the Forum on May 12, training course on May 13 are no charge to the first 50 people to register
POWER with ease: Attendees learn the secret of how to use CAE more effectively in their organization: perform more simulations for less effort and begin exploring the whole design spaces rather than a few points.
Top Agenda: Learn from the experts as over 15 leading industrial presenters explore their CAE processes in detail and demonstrate the tangible benefits that they have realized through adopting an automation philosophy for CAE simulation.
Demonstrations: See STAR-CCM+ applied to the solution of real industrial problems in the hands of simulation experts. Demonstrations will explore everything from creating models with the new 3D-CAD tool to running simulations directly from Microsoft Office (or any other application).
STAR-CCM+ V5 Release: Learn about the newest release from the experts at the
STAR-CCM+ Lab, and equip yourself with a wealth of hints and tricks to make your own CAE process more effective from the outset.
Networking: As well as meeting other industrial users and CAE partners, the Aerospace Forum is your chance to meet the people behind the software. CD-adapco Management, Software Developers and Support Engineer will be on hand to take your feedback.