ANSYS Innovation Conference 2018 en Madrid 15 de noviembre de 2018

ANSYS Innovation Conference

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Lo que podría ayudarle un gemelo digital a reducir costes y riesgo de tiempo de inactividad no planificado, así como ayudarle a mejorar los futuros procesos de desarrollo de producto?
Lo que podría facilitar un prototipo digital a predecir el desempeño de su producto, así como a ahorrar en tiempos y costes de pruebas y desarrollo?
Lo que podría beneficiarse su proceso de exploración de diseño, con una simulación en tiempo real?
Si es así, le invitamos a que nos acompañe a la ANSYS Innovation Conference, donde podrá hablar de estos temas y muchos más con los usuarios y expertos de ANSYS.

No se pierda la oportunidad de…

Hablar sobre sus desafíos de ingeniería con los diseñadores, ingenieros, analistas, managers y ejecutivos
Compartir experiencias de simulación, mejores prácticas y consejos.
Comprender mejor la estrategia de simulación en ingeniería de ANSYS.

La conferencia se centrará en casos de éxito de clientes, nuevas soluciones de productos y presentaciones de partners en sesiones paralelas:

  • Electromagnetismo
  • Fluidos
  • Estructuras
Dipankar Choudhury

Dr. Dipankar Choudhury

Vice President of Research in the Chief Technology Office, ANSYS Inc.

Dr. Dipankar Choudhury is the Vice President of Research in the Chief Technology Office at ANSYS Inc. where he leads advanced technology development, exploratory R&D, and research partnership programs. Prior to taking this role, Dipankar was responsible for ANSYS Inc.'s R&D program management as well as product strategy and planning functions. Dipankar obtained his Ph.D. in the area of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer from the University of Minnesota in 1987. After his graduation, he held engineering and product management positions at Creare Inc. and Fluent Inc. where he was the Chief Technology Officer. He is a member of the ASME and the AIAA and has technical publications in journals, conference proceedings and trade magazines.

Miguel Molina

Miguel Molina

Ferrari Competizioni GT Driver

Miguel Molina was born in Barcelona on 17 February 1989 and began competing in karts when he was seven years old. In 2005 he made his single-seater debut in Formula Renault trying his hand in the Spanish Formula 3 Championship the following year. He finished sixth in the championship standings that year, winning on his home track in Barcelona at the wheel of the car of Racing Engineering. In 2007 he competed in the World Series with Pons Racing notching up wins in Barcelona and Estoril and finishing seventh in the championship. The following year he moved to Formula 3.5 with Prema Powerteam where he bagged another two wins (the Nurburgring and Estoril) and finished fourth in the standings. As of 2010 he left single-seaters for covered wheel racing and the DTM. He drove Audis for various teams taking part in 87 races and winning three (at the Nürburgring in 2015, and Lausitzring and Hockenheim in 2016). He tasted GT competition for the first time competing in a number of Australian championship races with Jamec Pem Racing. In March 2017 he became an official Ferrari driver for GT competitions. He had an intense programme, including eight of the nine races of the World Endurance Championship (WEC) in the GTE-Am class in the Ferrari 488 GTE of Spirit of Race, with one victory at the Fuji 6 Hours. He also competed in the Blancpain Endurance Cup with the 488 GT3 of SMP Racing along with Rigon and Victor Shaytar, finishing second at Paul Ricard.

 

 
Santiago Bernabéu Stadium Av. de Concha

2018 Edition

Estadio Santiago Bernabéu
Av. de Concha Espina, 1
28036 Madrid

Jueves 15 de noviembre de 2018   |   De las 9:00 a las 5:30

 

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