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SGI's Intended Plans for OpenFOAM
Posted Wed October 26, 2011 @11:12AM
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Announcements ICON, the organiser of the Open Source CFD International Conference is pleased to announce that SGI will present at the 2011 event in Chantilly, France 4-5th November.

SGI recently acquired OpenCFD® Ltd, the developer of OpenFOAM® and their presentation will be entitled "Committed to OpenSource. Designed to Work Together".

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The 5th Open Source CFD International Conference, taking place in Chantilly, France from 3rd - 4th November 2011, will build upon the considerable interest and success of those who are using, programming and deploying open source CFD solutions both in industry and academia.

Dr. Ralph Sundermeier from the Technical Design Department of Volkswagen will give a keynote address.

OpenFOAM® and OpenCFD® are registered trade marks of Silicon Graphics International Corp.

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