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Simulation World 2024: It’s Not Over ’Til It’s Over

Mai 31, 2024



Laura Carter | Senior Marketing Communications Writer, Ansys

You still have time to catch all the sessions, including the keynotes, which are available on demand now through June 14, 2024.

Another year, another great conference. If you were in attendance, thanks for coming.

If you’re just catching up now, we’re talking about Simulation World 2024, a free, virtual event sponsored by Ansys. Simulation World 2024 celebrates our customers’ engineering achievements to inspire you. It connects you with the tools and solvers you need to work smarter, not harder, to test your own theories. And it shows you how Ansys technologies can help you act on your ideas to make your breakthrough ideas reality.

This year’s event took place over three days organized into 14 distinct tracks that speak to the transformative power of simulation to inspire, equip, and empower you on the way to technological innovation and exploration.


The Keynotes Are Live, the Keynotes Are Live!

For those of you who tuned in to Simulation World 2024, there was plenty to see. And while you were streaming, we were behind the scenes here at Ansys, enthusiastically watching right along with you.

We’re happy to report that overall attendance was impressive. We also received a very good response to the keynote presentations. They were, in fact, some of the most watched sessions during the conference. But if you didn’t catch them the day of the conference, don’t worry.

Due to popular demand, the sessions are all available on demand from now through June 14, 2024, including these popular sessions:

  • Meet Ajei Gopal, president and CEO of Ansys, during From the Racetrack to the Board Room: Winning With Simulation, where he discusses the power of simulation to design, develop, and deliver next-generation products that defy imagination. It’s your chance to hear how our software is helping big brands, startups, and established companies break down barriers to success.
  • Co-founder and CEO Jensen Huang stands at the helm of NVIDIA. His company is now driving the platform shift of accelerated computing and generative AI. During Engineering and the Future: Ansys and NVIDIA, Huang shares details about NVIDIA’s successful collaboration with Ansys to revolutionize engineering simulations and product design across key industries.
  • During Future of Simulation and Product Innovation, Dr. Prith Banerjee, chief technology officer at Ansys, discusses simulation’s evolution from model-specific, single-use physics applications to tools designed to solve multiphysics problems at scale, using the most complex solvers. He also explains the five key pillars of Ansys’ long-term technology strategy.

And Don’t Forget to Catch These Popular Presentations

Did you miss something else? Were you too busy to catch the conference? We understand, and we’ve got you covered. Whether you’re just getting started or coming back for more, all the presentations are recorded for on-demand viewing from now through June 14, 2024.

Here’s a sampling of some of the most popular presentations:

  • Accelerating EV Battery Development for Safety and Performance Through Simulation: During this session on EV battery thermal runaway propagation simulation, you’ll see how to model heat generation due to exothermal reactions and the subsequent heat transfer to the cooling system, venting, and associated vented gas reactions to mitigate unwanted thermal events.
  • Ansys AI, Advancing Design by Leveraging the Power of AI: If you’re interested in learning what happens when you combine the pervasive insights coming out of simulation with our new AI platform, this session’s for you. Learn how combining AI with simulation can lead to better, faster decisions through our latest advancements — Ansys SimAI, Ansys GPT, and Ansys AI+ software.
  • Tips and Tricks With Ansys Mechanical Software: Whether you consider yourself somewhat of an expert or just getting started, this presentation is for you. It showcases new ways to access and use Ansys Mechanical software via the Ansys Workbench tool, or our new stand-alone version, plus tips and tricks on how to leverage the latest new features and enhancements efficiently.
  • Chips Are Everywhere: What Are 3D-ICs, and Why Are They Changing the World? Learn about 3D-ICs, as well as the challenges and opportunities they present to industries, such as automotive, aerospace and defense, consumer, industrial, and medical applications. This session also highlights the seven-year Synopsys-Ansys partnership and its role in enabling this tech revolution.
  • 3D Modeling and Flow Simulation in Complex Congenital Heart Disease: See how engineers at Boston Children’s Hospital are using computational fluid dynamics and 3D models to evaluate different operative heart repairs and determine the best treatment options for children with congenital heart disease.
  • Geometry Preparation With Ansys Discovery Software: Looking for an immersive, interactive environment that can help you streamline modeling, simulating, and analyzing various design scenarios in a single workspace? Learn how this 3D design and simulation software can be used to reveal critical insights early in the design process.

Thanks for Attending Simulation World 2024

We hope that Simulation World inspires you in ways that will help you make your biggest ideas shine. If you’re just hearing about this free, virtual conference now, you can still register for all the great sessions, then view them on demand before June 14, 2024.

So make sure to get registered, and get going!

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