Oct 28, 2009

Call for Papers is Now Open for ESI Global Forum 2010

Worldwide Conference and Exhibition on Simulation-Based Design and Virtual Prototyping.

PARIS - ESI Group announced today its first global users’ conference and exhibition on Simulation-Based Design and Virtual Prototyping - ESI Global Forum 2010 - which will take place on May 19-20, 2010 in Munich, Germany.

Designed specifically for ESI customers and experts in Simulation-Based Design and Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE), ESI Global Forum 2010 provides a unique opportunity to share best practices, challenges and successes in virtual prototyping with ESI’s industry-leading simulation software solutions. In addition to learning from simulation specialists from around the world, attendees will get a sneak peak at ESI's latest developments and advances in simulation.

Beyond enabling Simulation-Based Design for industries ranging from automotive to aerospace, energy, defense and electronics, ESI Global Forum 2010 will address digital simulation best practices as well as the methodology and processes to get the virtual job done ‘at the right time’.

The call for papers is now open!

Designers, engineers, analysts and management personnel from customer and partner companies in all industries are invited to take an active part in the conference by presenting papers highlighting innovative uses of Simulation-Based Design technology or methods to implement successful End-to-End Virtual Prototyping.

Guidelines on Abstract and Paper Submission are available at: www.esi-group.com/globalforum2010.

The event is free of charge for all approved speakers.

“We are happy to announce our first global users’ conference and exhibition on Simulation-Based Design and Virtual Prototyping”, said Haluk Menderes, Executive Vice President, Sales & Marketing – Worldwide Operations, ESI Group. “ESI Global Forum will bring together professionals from worldwide academia and industry and will be the platform for sharing experiences and best practices. ESI Worldwide team is thereby looking forward to seeing you in Munich in May.”