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NWC09 Preliminary Agenda Announced + Early-bird Registration

NAFEMS, The International Association for the Engineering Analysis Community, has released the preliminary agenda for its World Congress, to be held in Crete, Greece, on June 16th-19th 2009.

The prelminary agenda is now available to download in PDF format. With over 200 presentations from industry, consultancy, software vendors and acadamia from around the globe, the agenda provides the largest and most comprehensive independent global view of simulation available.

Early-bird Registration Now Available

Register and pay before March 31st 2009 and receive a copy of the proceedings from the NAFEMS World Congress 2007. Click here to register today.

The Congress

This, the 12th International Conference organized by NAFEMS, brings together a wide range of leading industrial experts and academic researchers, to provide a unique insight into current best practice and future state-of-the-art in FEA and CFD.

The NAFEMS World Congress 2009 will be THE International Congress on Simulation Technology for the Engineering Analysis Community. This is your opportunity to be part of this world-renowned biennial Congress, and ensure that your organisation is represented atthe largest and most respected independent engineering analysis event on the calendar.

For the past twenty-five years, the NAFEMS World Congress has brought together the leading minds in the simulation and analysis world, from industrial practitioners, consultancies, academic researchers and software developers. The Congress has become a fixture for the simulation community, and NWC09 promises to be the largest and most successful event of its kind.

Keynote Speakers

Erich Schelkle
Porsche AG and Automotive Simulation Center, Germany
CAE 2015 – Current Status, Directions and Challenges

Tsuyoshi Yasuki
Toyota Motor Corporation, Japan
Lessons learned from the Earth Simulator

Martin Wiedemann
DLR German Aerospace Center, Germany
State of Research, Challenges, Future Requirements and Developments for Structures in Aviation

Louis Komzsik
Siemens PLM Software, USA
Industrial Finite Element Analysis – Evolution and Current Challenges

Jacek Marczyk
Ontonix, Italy
Future Trends in Computer-Aided Engineering

François Besnier
Principia RD, France
Design, Validation and Verification of Large Structures


Full biography details, as well as each speakers abstract, are available now from the NWC09 website,