Category - Events

17
Dec

Happy Holidays from MSC Software

Happy Holidays from MSC Software! We celebrated the season with treats, decorations, and holiday cheer. Thank you for an incredible year and wishing you a beautiful holiday season and a new year of peace and happiness!

3
Dec

MSC Software Workshops: December 11-12, 2018 – El Segundo, CA

Minimize development costs and address engineering challenges associated with additive manufacturing with the latest CAE tools and simulation methods. The availability of additive manufacturing presents engineers with new opportunities to improve the performance of load bearing structures but brings new development challenges and costs. MSC Software is hosting a 2-day workshop aimed at discussing how …

12
Sep

2018 India Users Conference in Chennai

Thank you to everyone who joined us for a successful India Users Conference, which took place at the ITC Grand Chola in Chennai. The event comprised of executives, business & engineering managers, CAE specialists, and product development professionals from a wide spectrum of industries. Presentations included MSC Software CEO, Paolo Guglielmini, opening up the conference …

27
Aug

MSC Sponsors Women’s Networking Event at the WCCM

The Female Researcher Committee of the International Association of Computational Mechanics (IACM-FRC) organized a Women’s Networking Event at the World Congress of Computational Mechanics in New York City. The mission of FRC is to promote gender balance in the computational mechanics community and provide a supportive network for female researchers. Panels and discussion topics included mechanics …

7
Jun

2018 MSC Japan User’s Conference

Our 2018 MSC Japan User’s Conference recently took place at the beautiful TKP Garden City Shinagawa. With over 800 attendees, the event focused on solving new challenges and the ever-growing role of simulation in engineering. The keynote was presented by Teruya Sakurai, Professor of the University of Tsukuba and Director of Artificial Intelligence Science Center, on …

17
May

Safety-Reinforced AI Driver Development

Safety must be a major focus for automated vehicle development. Today, humans drive 100 million miles between fatal crashes- proving that a specific revision of an AI driver is safe is not practical using road and track tests alone. Investigations of Tesla’s crash and Waymo driving records have neither resulted in conclusive results. State-of-the-art machine …

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