CFD Review  
Serving the CFD Community with News, Articles, and Discussion
CFD Review

User Preferences
Site Sponsorship
Headline Feeds
Mobile Edition
Privacy Policy
Terms of Service

Submit a CFD Story

Site Sponsors
The Choice for CFD Meshing
CFD Review

Tell a Friend
Help this site to grow by sending a friend an invitation to visit this site.

CFD News by Email
Did you know that you can get today's CFD Review headlines mailed to your inbox? Just log in and select Email Headlines Each Night on your User Preferences page.

Accelerating Clinical Trials with Computational Modeling and Simulation
Posted Wed October 29, 2014 @04:58PM
Print version Email story Tweet story
Announcements CD-adapco will host Accelerating Clinical Trials with Computational Modeling and Simulation at two different times on November 6th.

This webinar will show the latest advancements in Computational Modeling and Simulation (CM&S).

Sponsor CFD Review

Presenters will highlight new tools that are available to help improve things like bench top tests and in vitro and in vivo tests. New methods to better handle scale up challenges and accelerate the clinical trial will also be discussed.

Leading technologies like STL geometry preparation, overset mesh, mesh morphing and FSI will be demonstrated to help attendees understand how you can implement these approaches in your daily work.

Guest Speaker:
Michael Drues, President, Vascular Sciences
Michael is an internationally recognized expert and featured keynote speaker. He will discuss the benefit of these cutting-edge medical technologies and their impact on Regulatory Affairs & Clinical Trials.

[ Post Comment ]

Why You Should Be Using Overset Grids | Honda R&D Uses Cradle SC/Tetra CFD Software to Analyze and Design Motorcycle Engines  >


CFD Review Login
User name:


Create an Account

Related Links
  • Accelerating Clinical Trials with Computational Modeling and Simulation
  • CD-adapco
  • More on Announcements
  • This discussion has been archived. No new comments can be posted.

    He is now rising from affluence to poverty. -- Mark Twain All content except comments
    ©2019, Viable Computing.

    [ home | submit story | search | polls | faq | preferences | privacy | terms of service | rss  ]