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PHOENICS CFD Software Application and Training Programs Scheduled for India
Posted Mon August 18, 2003 @11:24AM
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News C-DAC, Pune (India) is organising a seminar on "Industrial application of CFD simulation" on Oct 14, 2003. Dr. Jeremy Wu from CHAM, UK will be available for interaction with Industries, Academia and Scientists. There is no registration fee for the seminar.

C-DAC, Pune(India), is organising a "Training Programme on PHOENICS CFD Software" during Oct 15 -17, 2003. The training will be imparted by Dr. Jeremy Wu from CHAM, UK.

C-DAC, Pune(India), is also organising "PHOENICS User Discussions" on Oct 18, 2003. Dr. Jeremy Wu from CHAM, UK will interact with users.

For registration, please contact( Vikas Kumar,
Scientific, Engineering & Computing Group,
Centre for Development of Advanced Computing(C-DAC),
CFD, NPSF Building,
Ganeshkhind, Pune University Campus,
Pune: 411 007, INDIA,
Phone: +91(020)5694000/1/2/3 Extn 504, 5694080
Fax Number:+91(020)569 4081

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