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DYNAmore Gesellschaft für FEM Ingenieurdienstleistungen mbH Industriestr. 2 70565 Stuttgart, Germany http://www.dynamore.de
Contact Mr Albert Roger Oswald +49 8051 9674322
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11th European LS-DYNA Conference Salzburg - Agenda online

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The program for the 11th European LS-DYNA Conference, which will be held in Salzburg from 9 to 11 May 2017, is now available online. The agenda can be viewed at www.dynamore.de/conf2017-e. This year the participants can expect more than 190 presentations with the following thematic focuses:

• Crash
• Occupant Safety
• Materials
• Process
• Air Blast
• NVH
• SDM/CAE Solutions
• Cloud/Parallel Computing
• And many more. 

In addition, renowned speakers from industry and academia will provide keynote presentations of the latest developments. Also special sessions are offered, in which the simulation environment of LS-DYNA is discussed in detail. The program also includes a series of workshops and seminars that provide an introduction to the application fields of LS-DYNA and an accompanying exhibition devoted to the hardware and software of LS-DYNA will round off the conference.

The 11th European LS-DYNA Conference is the ideal platform for exchanging ideas and discussing specific problems with experts from LSTC and DYNAmore. Of course, all users of other simulation packages are welcome to join the event.

The DYNAmore Team is pleased to receive numerous registrations and is always available to answer all questions about the event.

DYNAmore Gesellschaft für FEM Ingenieurdienstleistungen mbH

DYNAmore is dedicated to support engineers in solving nonlinear mechanical as well as multiphysical problems numerically. The product portfolio includes the finite element solver LS-DYNA, the pre- and post-processor LS-PrePost and the optimization software LS-OPT as well as numerous finite element models needed for crashworthiness simulation (dummies, barriers, pedestrian and human models, etc.). The main field of activity is to sell, teach, support, and co-develop the software LS-DYNA and LS-OPT. In addition, DYNAmore provides engineering services for numerical analysis and integrate simulation software in the CAE environment. DYNAmore offers training including seminars, workshops, webinars, support and information days as well as LS-DYNA user conferences. More detailed information can also be found on our support and tutorial websites. DYNAmore is one of the first addresses for pilot studies and development projects with respect to the simulation of nonlinear dynamic problems. You will find DYNAmore in Stuttgart, Dresden, Ingolstadt, Berlin, Langlingen, Zurich (CH), Linköping (S), Gothenburg (S) and Turin (I).

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