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Altair announces keynote presentations for the 9th European Altair Technology Conference in Germany

Altair has announced the keynote presentations for the 9th European Altair Technology Conference (ATC), which will be held at the Congressforum in Frankenthal, Germany, from June 26th - 28th, 2017.

This year the conference will dedicate an entire day to keynote presentations, including vision and strategy presentations from Altair's executive board and customers such as Airbus, Artemis Racing, Daimler, IAI (Israel Aerospace Industry), Porsche, Schneider Electric, Streetscooter and Zodiac Aerospace.
The customer presentations will focus on best practice simulation and product development methods for the aerospace, the automotive and other industries and deliver inspiring insights into Simulation-driven Innovation techniques. The keynote presentations are scheduled for June 27th, this day is a 'Must' for executives, engineers and product creators looking for insights from leading industry experts.

This year’s conference will celebrate client and partner achievements who ‘Design the Difference’ with Altair solutions to radically change the way products are designed and brought to market. Day one of the conference will focus on application areas such as maximizing the performance of industrial machinery, design for 3D printing, electrical devices, and next generation math and system modelling. This day is targeted towards an audience with a general design and engineering background. The program will offer high-level insights into product development methods and simulation solutions, provide general information on the use of simulation in various industries, and the opportunity to learn directly from industry leaders.

In addition, day one will also host a session for Altair's European academic users featuring presentations from students and professors from all over Europe. The academic program also includes a poster presentation session, on display all three days of the conference.

The third and last day of the conference will provide in-depth technical presentations given by experienced users of the Altair solutions, in parallel sessions. With a deadline of March 31st, Altair is still accepting presentation proposals for this day. Customers interested in speaking at the conference are invited to submit their abstracts to the organizational team via the Altair conference website.

‘The agenda of the 9th European ATC provides a wide variety of presentations between vision and technical depth as well as product information. With this comprehensive program I am sure that every attendee will get the most out of his or her visit,’ said Dr. Detlef Schneider, senior vice president EMEA, Altair. ‘The Congressforum in Frankenthal is very well suited for our event, providing all the needed amenities for more than 700 conference attendees.’

A broad technical showcase, featuring Altair solutions as well as the company's soft- and hardware partner solutions, running from the evening of June 26th, throughout the entire following days, and the dedicated academic poster session complete the informative program of the event. Confirmed exhibitors and sponsors of this year’s event include Componeering and PDTec, media partners of the event include Scientific Computing World and Prototype Today.

The registration for the conference, including all sessions, technical seminars and on-site events is free of charge. Online registration and a preliminary agenda are available at www.altairatc.com/europe.

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