The conference will feature customer presentations and posters from both industry and academia that focus on validations, benchmarks and case studies, as well as the latest developments for FLOW-3D presented by Flow Science’s VP of Sales and Business Development, Dr. Amir Isfahani.
The call for abstracts for is now open. Share your experiences, present your success stories and obtain valuable feedback from your fellow CFD practitioners and Flow Science staff. The deadline to submit an abstract is Friday, July 29. The conference proceedings will be made available to attendees as well as through the Flow Science website.
A half-day of training with the focus on Workflow Process Optimization will be offered the afternoon of September 21. This free training will focus on helping customers increase workflow efficiency, take advantage of automation techniques, extend functionality using customization, and learn how to use active simulation control.
Two free workshops, geared towards prospective users of the software will be held on September 21, 2016. The workshops will focus on two application areas: water & environmental and metal casting. Workshop attendees are also encouraged to attend the users conference. All workshop registrants will receive a 30-day license of FLOW-3D or FLOW-3D Cast (a $2,000 value).
Online registration for the conference, training and workshop is now available.