NAFEMS seeks papers for 2012 UK conference
18 October 2011
NAFEMS, the independent association for the engineering analysis community, is holding its 2012 UK conference during 30-31 May with the primary aim of helping attendees realise the full potential of their engineering simulation and analysis. The 2012 NAFEMS UK Conference will explore the extent to which this potential has now been realised, and what more can be achieved. The two day conference will focus on existing best practices as well as state-of-the-art FEA, CFD and associated technologies.
NAFEMS is now calling for presentations which provide case studies on the effective use of simulation for a particular application. Presentations from all areas of simulation can be submitted and will be considered for acceptance, however, contributions which highlight one or more of the themes below are particularly welcomed:
Design Driven by Simulation
Pioneering Simulation Technology and Application
Engineering Analysis, Verification and Validation
Simulation Adding Value to Business
You are invited to participate to tell the engineering analysis community how simulation is being used in your organisation. The impact of simulation, and the extent to which it is deployed, can vary considerably depending on company size, and the industry sector in which you operate. The conference committee is keen to encourage input and participation from a wide range of organisations – large and small, across all sectors.
In the first instance, abstracts of 300-600 words should be submitted for consideration by 16th December 2011. Abstracts must be clearly marked with presentation title, author's name, organisation, address, phone numbers and email address.
Abstract should be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Authors whose abstracts are accepted will be asked to prepare an extended abstract (typically 2-4 pages) and a PowerPoint presentation - full written papers are not required.
NAFEMS is an independent organisation and requests that submissions avoid any overt commercialism.
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