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2006 International ANSYS Conference
To better deploy simulation technology in your design process, you can't afford to miss the 2006 International ANSYS Conference. Scheduled May 2 through 4 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., the conference will focus on unlocking the potential of simulation to streamline design processes. The International ANSYS Conference showcases advances in computer-aided engineering and related technologies.
Date: May 2, 2006 - May 4, 2006
Location: David L Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
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Organizer: ANSYS, Inc.
Softwares: CFX, ICEM CFD , ANSYS Design Modeler, ANSYS Workbench Environment
Type of Event: User Conference, International

Keynote Speakers
Is your organization struggling in its attempt to create more innovative solutions? Join us to learn from the successes of these keynote speakers:

• Sophie Vanderbroek, chief technology officer and president of Xerox Innovation Group, Xerox Corporation.
• Graham Hawkes, ocean engineer, inventor and founder, Hawkes Ocean Technologies.
• Dale Preece, distinguished member of technical staff, Sandia National Laboratories.

Technical Track
Learn firsthand from product development professionals in specific industries: aerospace and aviation, automotive and transportation, biomechanics, chemical process and petroleum, civil engineering, computers and software, consumer products, education, electronics and electrical, MEMS, nuclear and power generation.

Management Track
The challenges of innovation are managerial as well as technical. Managing the tools and processes related to product development can make or break a company's ability to differentiate through innovation. The management track keynote presentations will discuss the challenges — and rewards — of managing innovation.
• Dr. Jonathan Cagan, professor at Carnegie Mellon University, will present “Delivering Value from the Earliest Stages of the Product Development Process.”
• Dr. Stefan Thomke, professor at Harvard Business School, will cover “Why and How Experimentation Matters for Breakthrough Innovation.”

ANSYS Solves Topics
ANSYS is constantly pushing the limits of world-class technology so customers can expand upon their own business opportunities through innovation. The ANSYS Solves Topics provide an inside look at the latest technology from ANSYS, Inc. and how customers can use it to succeed in the marketplace.

Event record first posted on January 30, 2006, last modified on March 1, 2006

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