2016 Hall of Fame Competition

Enter your eye-popping simulation images and videos in the ANSYS Hall of Fame Competition and showcase your simulation abilities to a worldwide audience. Winners will be selected based on the quality of the application of ANSYS software, including a description of the problem, solution and business benefits.

Winners will be immortalized on the ANSYS Hall of Fame on ANSYS.com. The top six entries (three commercial and three academic) will also win an Apple iPad and $150 ANSYS training credit. Enter the 2016 ANSYS Hall of Fame Competition today to get your place among the best ANSYS simulation images and videos!


Best in Show

There will be six overall winners from the 20 finalists. Three winners from commercial entries and three winners from academic entries — as selected by an internal judging panel — will be featured in the ANSYS Hall of Fame on ANSYS.com, receive an Apple iPad and $150 ANSYS training credit.

Runners Up

The remaining 14 finalists' image or animation will be highlighted in the ANSYS Hall of Fame along with a description.

Judging Criteria and Submission Details

Your entry will be judged on the quality of application of single or multiphysics software from ANSYS along with the application description. Each submission should include the problem and engineering solution of the engineering application and, for corporate entries, the benefits to your company. Upload your high-resolution images (minimum of 1,500 pixels on the shortest side) or videos (at least 600 pixels wide) to help your entry stand out among its competition. Make the most of this unique opportunity to showcase your leading-edge application of ANSYS technology!

Contest Rules

Hall of Fame - How to Enter
  • Deadline: November 2, 2015 at 11:59 PM EST.
  • Produce an image or video created with ANSYS software (that you have permission to share).
  • Let us know the problem you faced and how you solved it.
  • Submit your entry.
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