A team of researchers from Peter the Great St Petersburg Polytechnic University (SPbPU) Computer-Aided Engineering Centre of Excellence (CompMechLab) has announced that it has created a protective container with some of the world’s best energy absorption characteristics
Autodesk has announced that its board of directors has appointed Andrew Anagnost, current interim co-chief executive officer, and chief marketing officer, as the company's new president and CEO. He will also join Autodesk's board of directors
Altair has announced that Additive Works, a company specialising in simulation and process software for additive manufacturing. Additive Works has now joined the Altair Partner Alliance (APA) and its Amphyon software will now be available for HyperWorks users.
Amphyon is a simulation based process software for powder bed based, laser beam melting additive manufacturing processes. It allows for automatic optimization of part orientation as well as a build up process simulation and the adaption of process parameters in order to achieve a higher part quality and more process stability.
This webinar will act as an introduction to Additive Works for users who are interested in enhancing capabilities for additive manufacturing.
ESI has announced that Dr Ravi Raveendra is joining ESI’s scientific committee to tackle critical challenges related to material physics, manufacturing and simulation
ANSYS and PTC have announced a solution that will enable ANSYS software to be added to applications built on the ThingWorx Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) platform developed by PTC.
The global Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) market is anticipated to reach $12.8 billion by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, a US-based market research and consulting company
Altair has acquired MODELiiS, a supplier of electronic design automation software for circuit modelling, system design and simulation tools based in Grenoble, France
The Gauss Centre for Supercomputing (GCS) has set a new record for the number of core hours awarded during the 17th call for large-scale proposals – the combined total for these projects was more than 2.1 billion core hours across the three GCS supercomputers.
The NAFEMS World Congress is a biennial event that has been a fixture on the analysis and simulation calendar for over twenty years. The conferences are held to provide a forum for presenting a unique combination in innovative techniques and best practice methods. Attendees will have the chance to learn from other organisations and experts about the benefits of simualtion technology but also to understand how simulation is used in some of the leading engineering and manufacturing companies across the world.
Robert Roe looks at research from the University of Alaska that is using HPC to change the way we look at the movement of ice sheets
Robert Roe talks to cooling experts to find out what innovation lies ahead for HPC users