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October 6, 2022

Level Up 3.0: An Inside Look at Ansys Simulation Software

Level Up is back with its third annual engineering conference. This year, we have eight tracks and 60 sessions designed to improve our users’ proficiency with Ansys software, showcase the latest workflows and application programming interfaces (APIs), and introduce the latest software updates available in Ansys 2022 R2.  

Register here and mark your calendars for October 25, 2022.

Level Up 3.0 Tracks and Sessions

At this year’s event, we will have eight tracks focused on our Structures, Fluids, and 3D Design product lines and solutions. Tracks include:

  • Ansys Mechanical
  • Fluids
  • Ansys LS-DYNA
  • Upfront Design
  • Noise, Vibration, & Harshness (NVH)
  • Electronics Reliability
  • Advanced Manufacturing
  • Solution Spotlight: Gas Turbines

Each track will feature a variety of sessions designed for beginner, intermediate, or advanced users. Each session will be led by a dedicated Ansys product expert.

A major focus at this year’s event is educating our users on the multiphysics workflows that deliver best-in-class solutions and expanded design possibilities. For example, in our NVH Track, our presenters will discuss how Ansys Fluent users can export vibration files into Ansys Sound for drone flyover and other aerospace and defense noise predictions. LS-DYNA users will learn how they can use Ansys Sherlock for more accurate drop-test reliability predictions for electronic devices like routers, cellphones, laptops, and more. Mechanical users will learn how they can benefit from HPC technologies to grapple with design challenges more effectively. 

Level Up agenda

A sneak peek at the Level Up 3.0 agenda

Each session will discuss the engineering challenges facing our users for their specific industry applications and the workflows that can be used to facilitate design solutions.

A CFD analysis of a combustion engine within Ansys Fluent. Attend the Gas Turbines Track to learn more.

Why Should You Attend Level Up?

Level Up is an opportunity to connect with peers in your industry and learn how they are using simulation software to improve their product designs. Most importantly, attending Level Up 3.0 is an opportunity to hear directly from the Ansys R&D teams, product managers, and application engineers behind the software tools you use. In each session, you will have an opportunity to ask questions directly to our session presenters and get real-time feedback. Our goal is to connect users with the individuals who can improve your workflows, answer your critical questions, and hear feedback from you that will help drive our product roadmaps.

Vibration analysis of a printed circuit board (PCB) in Ansys Mechanical. Attend the Electronics Reliability Track to learn more.

Water flow simulation as a valve opens and closes in Ansys Discovery. Attend the Upfront Design Track to learn more.

Level Up 3.0 will also have five sessions focused on 2022 R2 software updates for LS-DYNA, Mechanical, advanced manufacturing, Ansys Discovery, and electronics reliability software. It’s an excellent opportunity to learn about the new capabilities, enhancements, and integrations available to you this software release.

Who are the Keynote Speakers?

We are excited to announce that Oracle Red Bull Racing is joining us as a keynote speaker this year. Zoe Chilton, head of Technical Partnerships at Red Bull Racing, will discuss how their engineering team has used Ansys software to improve the aerodynamics, crash resilience, and materials of their vehicles virtually before racing on a physical track.

We will also be joined by Knowles, a leader in the audio and acoustics industry, who will present two case studies on how they are using Mechanical and Ansys Maxwell to improve the design process of balanced armature (BA) receivers in hearing aids.

Finally, SKF, a leading global bearings manufacturer, will showcase how the new SKF app available in Mechanical allows users to select from SFK’s catalogue of over 10,000 bearings. This partnership allows Mechanical users access to accurate databases and analyses for those working on designs that include bearings.

We will close out the event with a glimpse into the future here at Ansys and where our products will be heading in the years to come.

Where do I Sign up and Learn More?

Registration is now open and you can sign up here. The registration page includes a preview of our track agenda and our expert speakers. The event platform will open in mid-October so you can begin selecting the sessions you would like to attend.

To learn more, you can subscribe to our Structures Newsletter for event updates. You can also access the learning resources available on the Ansys Learning Hub or our free Ansys Innovation Courses to get caught up on your preferred software tool.

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