CD-adapco announce 2009 calendar competition winner!

(PresseBox) (New York and London, ) After an exhaustive two month search, CD-adapco today announced the winner of their 2009 Calendar competition. For the third year running, the competition has given users of CD-adapco software the chance to showcase their post-processing skills by producing striking images of their work.

Stephen Ferguson, CD-adapco's Head of Marketing Communications, explains: "Post processing CAE results is no longer about just getting numbers out of a simulation, but also being able to engage and inform colleagues from other disciplines about an analysis' effectiveness. The quality of this year's entries has once again impressed everyone at CD-adapco and has shown just how skilful our users are in effectively deploying our software across a range of different applications. With over 40 entries to choose from, all of an exceedingly high standard, selecting a winner was extremely hard and is a reflection of both the high levels of skill shown by our users as well as the ease of use of our products."

With such a wide selection of images to choose from, finding a winner was always going to be tough but one image stood out with Roberto Di Francesco from Innovazione getting the most votes from the CD-adapco judges. Choosing an Asus Eee PC 900 ultra portable laptop as his prize, Roberto was clearly delighted that his image, Aerodynamic analysis of a sport touring motorcycle, was chosen as the winner "We are very happy to have won the competition and to have our work appreciated by our friends at CD-adapco."

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