TROY, Mich. June 3, 2014 – Altair
announced its 2014 Global Altair Technology Conference (ATC) and ATCx Series today. ATC events will continue to cover a wide array of topics, industries, and computer-aided engineering domain areas, and last for two to three days. The new ATCx designation has been created for smaller, focused one-day events that offer more depth in a specific topic and/or industry. ATCx topics to be explored include aerospace, multiphysics, lightweighting, energy, automotive, marine, heavy industry, shipbuilding, and defense. In addition, several locations will also offer concurrent student seminars, bringing together academic researchers and industry practitioners to share best practices and lessons learned. Events are scheduled in India, Mexico, the US, Germany, China, Japan, the UK, Malaysia, Singapore, and Korea.
Presenters from leading companies will showcase their experiences and successes leveraging Altair tools for design and product development. The latest trends, developments, and applications in the field of simulation-driven design and optimization will be highlighted. In addition, subject matter experts from Altair will speak on a wide variety of topics and demonstrate the company’s technology, including industry-leading solvers (OptiStruct®, RADIOSS®, MotionSolve®, and AcuSolve®), the advanced pre-/post-processing tools available on the HyperWorks® platform, and high-performance computing tools and applications.
Exhibitors and sponsors of the 2014 series include HP, Intel, nVidia, HBM nCode, Cray, SGI, EMSS, Moldex3D, Key to Metals, Quantech, NEC, Fujitsu, ThermoAnalytics, AlphaSTAR, Componeering, Cedrem, FLUIDON, Ingenieurbüro Huß & Feickert GmbH, JSOL, Magna Powertrain Engineering Center Steyr GmbH & Co KG (FEMFAT), Nafems, NovaCast, Part Engineering, PDTec, Quantech, Renishaw, Software Cradle, TAI Thermo Analytics Inc., and Total Materia. Online registration and detailed agendas are being made available on a rolling basis at http://www.altairatc.com