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Vishal Ganore

Academic Project Manager, Ansys

Vishal is responsible for managing the student team sponsorship program. This is structured to help student teams (Formula SAE, BAJA SAE, Solar, Hyperloop, Aerodesign, etc.) get easy access to simulation software, relevant resource materials/courses and necessary technical support. Vishal also defines & maintains a data-driven academic partnership program which is structured to support technology adoption in key strategic areas. The key tasks include handling partner eligibility and onboarding mechanisms as well as renewal tracking and reviews, and identifying and passing marketing opportunities. Lastly, Vishal Manages Ansys student products, enabling frictionless simulation access to students and making sure they have access to latest simulation technology and physics. He also supports the Ansys learning forum to ensure good user experience and growth.

Education:

  • Masters degree in Fluid and Thermal Engineering from IIT Guwahati
  • Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from Pune University

Joined Ansys: August 2012


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