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4th Metacomp Symposium
Posted Tue July 02, 2013 @02:08PM
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Announcements The fourth bi-annual Metacomp Symposium, with the theme "Get the Most Out of Metacomp", will be held from September 17-19, 2013 at the Sheraton Universal Hotel at Universal City, California, USA, in the Los Angeles Area.

As before, the meeting will be highly technical. Presentations by you, our researchers and our partners, highlighting the latest advances in CFD and CAE technologies and applications relating to our products, will be the focus of the first two days.


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The third day will be dedicated to training on ICMP (Integral Computational Multi Physics), our new revolutionary software environment.

There will also be opportunities for further interactions and discussions with our researchers during the Symposium.

But it will not be all work, and no play. As part of the Symposium events, on one of the evenings, we have planned a back-lot tour of Universal Studios. Again, keeping the tradition alive, it will be a free event to attendees.

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