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11th European LS-DYNA Conference Salzburg - DYNAmore is calling for papersStuttgart, )
With the currently running "call for papers", DYNAmore would like to invite all users to present their experiences with LS-DYNA and LS-OPT to an international specialist audience. To allow all interested parties more time to elaborate their topic, the deadline to submit an abstract is extended until 17th February 2017. The organizers look forward to receiving submissions in the following fields:
Composites and lightweight structures
Simulation Data Management
CFD and fluid-structure interaction
In addition to the user presentations, the conference offers all participants the opportunity to listen to speeches by renowned speakers from industry and academia and to learn about application possibilities of LS-DYNA and LS-OPT. Software developers from LSTC and DYNAmore report on the latest developments and trends. In addition, special sessions are offered, in which the simulation environment around LS-DYNA is discussed in detail:
HPC hardware for LS-DYNA
Use of LS-DYNA on cloud platforms
Simulation data management
Modeling tools and CAE process chains
The program also includes a series of workshops and seminars that provide an introduction to the application fields of LS-DYNA, thereby also covering the new fields such as CFD and FSI simulations. 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 to exchange experiences with other users, to establish new contacts and to gain insight in the use of LS-DYNA as well as the associated CAE process chains.
Please note that the event is not limited to existing LS-DYNA users but also addresses colleagues using other simulation packages who are welcome to attend and learn about the abilities and advantages of LS-DYNA.
All further information about the event and the submission of papers can be found at: www.dynamore.de/conf2017
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