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It's Here! The Top 3 Reasons to Go to Simulation World

The Simulation World user interface makes it possible to attend live chat rooms, group discussions, networking opportunities, keynotes, a Partner Pavilion and even virtual exhibits.

Simulation World is finally here!

That’s right! Tomorrow will kick off the free online event designed to inspire executives, academics, industry leaders, engineers, R&D and manufacturing professionals, technology journalists and more about the power of engineering simulation.

Remember, this event won’t just be a series of webinars. From the comfort of a desktop, laptop or smartphone, attendees will be able to participate in live chat rooms, group discussions, networking opportunities, keynotes and even virtual exhibits.

But the most exciting part of Simulation World will be its agenda (EMEA, APAC and the Americas), which features a series of interesting thought leaders, key players and technology/industry tracks. So, without further ado, here are the top three reasons to go to Simulation World.

1. Hear from Thought Leaders from Around the Globe

Simulation World will feature numerous thought leaders who can’t be missed. Their presentations will give you a better idea of what the future of our world and society might look like.

A sample of the thought leaders who will be presenting at Simulation World

Not only will the presenters be informative, they will also fire up your imagination regardless of your industry or technical expertise. A few of these forward-thinking presenters include:

  • Ansys President and CEO, Ajei Gopal
    • Engineering What’s Ahead
  • Former Shell Oil President and Current Founder and Chief Executive for Citizens for Affordable Energy, John Hofmeister
    • Digitizing the 21st Century Oil and Gas Industry: Transformation of the Value Chain from the Reservoir to the Commercial Use to the Climate’s Remediation
  • Baker Hughes CTO, Digital Solutions, Scott Parent
    • Multiphysics Simulation
  • Cummins Executive Director Simulation Based Product Development, Bob Sharpe
    • Ingraining Simulation into our DNA
  • Indianapolis Motor Speedway President and CEO, Doug Boles
    • Accelerating the Autonomous Revolution with a 100+ Years of Innovation
  • Ferrari CTO and Head of GT Racing Car Design, Ferdinando Cannizzo
    • Engineering Simulation — Still Much to Offer, Huge Potential to Discover
  • Volkswagen Motorsport Director, Sven Smeets
    • Pikes Peak, Nürburgring-Nordschleife, Goodwood, Tianmen Mountain – the Fully Electric Volkswagen ID.R has Made Its Mark in the History Books of Motorsport
  • Technology Reporter and Presenter on BBC Click, Kate Russell
    • COVID-19 and Me: How the Global Pandemic Changed the Way We Work Forever
    • When Life Gives You Lemons: Digital Transformation in a Post-COVID-19 World
  • GE Healthcare Clinical Care Solutions India & Digital Incubators, Suresh Kumar
    • Affordable Healthcare Through Digital Innovation
  • Porsche Motorsport Director of Factory Motorsport, Pascal Zurlinden
    • Porsche AG: Formula E, More Than a Tech Lab
  • Ansys CTO, Prith Banerjee
    • Ansys Long-Term Technology Strategy
  • Ericsson Silicon Valley CTO, Mallik Tatipamula
    • Ericsson's Vision & Thoughts on the Future of 5G
  • Seagate Vice President of Engineering, Chris Woldemar
    • Simulation Accelerating Storage Innovation
  • Rockwell Automation Senior Vice President and CTO Sujeet Chand
    • Transformational Impact of Simulation for Industrial Applications
  • HPE Senior Research Scientist, Ashkan Seyedi
    • Focus on Photonics: The State of the Art
  • Marelli Corp Executive Vice President Chief Commercial, Engineering and Technology Officer, Detlaf Juerss
    • Can Simulation and Digital Twins Keep Up with “C.A.S.E”
  • Lufthansa Head of Innovation Management and Product Development, Mona-Caroline Stunckel
    • Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) in the Light of Digitalization
  • Emirates Team New Zealand Aero Coordinator Steve Collie
    • Role of Simulation in Defending the America’s Cup
  • SAP Chief Product Owner Strategy and Ecosystem, Frank Spiegel
    • Design to Operate — Intelligent Product Development for Intelligent Products

To learn more, check out the Simulation World agenda for EMEA, APAC and the Americas.

2. Microsoft Dishes the Truth About the Cloud

Simulation World is a free online and live event.

As a Diamond Sponsor of Simulation World, Microsoft will have a big presence at the event. For instance, some of its senior management will present, including:

  • Uli Homann, Corporate Vice President of Microsoft Cloud and AI
    • Microsoft’s Partner Strategy: Ubiquitous Cloud, Digital Twins, Autonomous Vehicles and more
  • Erin Chapple, Corporate Vice President of Azure Compute
    • Supercomputing on the Cloud: How Azure Drives Rapid Innovation and Deeper Insight
  • William Chappell, Microsoft’s CTO, Azure Global
    • Impact of the Cloud on Simulation

The event will also feature presentations from Microsoft’s Compute, Automotive and Internet of Things (IoT) groups. To learn more, read: Simulation World: Microsoft Covers the Truth About the Cloud. Or register for Simulation World.

3. Wide Variety of Technical and Industry Tracks: There’s Something for Everyone

Microsoft is a Diamond Sponsor of Simulation World. Register now.

Since simulation is used to design everything from planes, trains, automobiles and wireless technology, Simulation World has been designed to inform a vast number of students and professionals with various technical backgrounds and industry experience.

These individuals will learn how simulation can transform their product development, workflows and customer experience through a variety of technical and industry tracks, including:

  • Technical Tracks
    • ADAS & Autonomy
    • Electrification
    • 5G
    • Digital twin/IIoT
    • Electromagnetics/Ansys HFSS
    • Digital Transformation
  • Industry Tracks
    • Automotive
    • Consumer Goods
    • Energy
    • Federal Aerospace & Defense
    • Semiconductor
    • Healthcare
    • High Tech
    • Industrial

For an example of what one of these tracks looks like, read: Simulation World's Ansys HFSS Track: How to Design Complex Electronic and Wireless Systems.

Clearly, this event has a lot to offer anyone who is interested in engineering simulation. Register for Simulation World before it’s too late.

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