MSC.Software will have the 2011 India VPD Conference at Bangalore, India on September 8 & 9, 2011.
MSC's VPD Conference is the premier event in the simulation and analysis community, bringing leading academics, engineers, technologists, designers, executives and managers from all over the world to exchange information and ideas, network with peers from industry, and gain access to the software developers that are redefining CAE.
Learn from Industry Leaders :
- Keynote talks by MSC.Software users
- Information from MSC.Software partners to help you solve engineering problems
See What's Coming Next:
- MSC company & product strategy
- Product release plans
Who should attend:
Academics, engineers, technologists, designers, executives and managers who are users of MSC.Software's tools and have and interest in Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) analysis.
Why you should attend:
MSC.Software's driving mission is to provide you with the latest information on the strategies and technologies that you can use immediately to enhance concept development, design, simulation, testing, manufacturing, and business performance.
The MSC.Software VPD Conference is the only industry event dedicated to exploring all aspects of computer aided engineering. At the MSC.Software VPD conference, experts will gather to share their knowledge, best practices and strategies for developing products that meet the ever-increasing pressures of time, cost, quality, and performance.
No1, Residency Road,
Near Mallya Hospital, Bangalore.
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