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NAFEMS World Congress 2007

Co-sponsored by AIAA and ASME

The 11th NAFEMS World Congress was held in Vancouver, Canada, in May 2007. Encompassing every aspect of engineering analysis and simulation, the Congress welcomed over 250 presenters, attendees and exhibitors, in what was the largest and busiest NAFEMS Congress so far. Training courses, workshops and round-table discussions complemented the traditional Congress format, which itself ran over three days, covering over 120 presentations.

With the support and endorsement of both ASME and AIAA, the technical content was unrivalled for an independent event of this size. All industries and analysis areas were addressed, and attendees were drawn from 20 countries from around the globe.


Most Innovative Use of Simulation Technology

Development of a Transient Boundary Element Method for Modelling Light-Tissue Interaction
Kelvin Donne, Swansea Institute of Higher Education

Best Practical Use of Simulation Technology

Simulation of Multi-Physical Phenomena In Glass Melting Furnaces
Luuk Thielen,TNO Glass Group

Best Presented Paper

Automatic Optimal Design of Structures Using Swarm Intelligence
John Bland, The Nottingham Trent University