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Numeca Webinar Series Includes Wide Range of Topics
Posted Mon March 13, 2017 @09:47AM
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Announcements Another great line-up of NUMECA webinars is organized for the coming months. Learn about a wide range of topics from the comfort of your office.


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Various topics are on the list:

  • Ship Maneuvering Simulations in a Dedicated Marine Software Environment with FINE™/Marine - March 14th
  • FINE™/Turbo v11.2: new features webcast! - March 28th
  • Recent Advances in Robust Design Optimization Using Uncertainty Quantification - April 7th
  • The adaptive grid refinement technique in marine environment with FINE/Marine - April 11th

For all the details on content and easy one-click registration, please CLICK HERE

If you prefer a more hands-on approach to learning, check out our range of face-to-face workshops and seminars coming up. Check out the full events calendar for more details or keep checking our blog here for regular updates on what's going on at Numeca.

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