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20th HP CAE Symposium hits Motor City to talk advances in computational engineering

This week, HP’s high-performance computing team hits Detroit for our 20th HP CAE Symposium. Bringing together customers, partnering and CAE thought leaders, this year’s event will focus on the power of computer-aided engineering to speed product development and time-to-market, even –or perhaps especially –when the economy goes haywire.



We’re really pleased to be holding this year’s event in Motor City, amongst so many of our key customers in the extremely competitive automotive segment in which CAE is critical. 


Here are a few of the highlights of this year’s agenda:





  • GE alum and CAE analyst, Keith Meintjes, currently research director, CAE, at CDPA will keynote on “The Rise of Simulation- The History, and Future of CAE”



  • HP’s own Ed Turkel, manager, business development, Scalable Computing & Infrastructure, will talk “Trends in HPC and CAE”



  • HP partners Intel and Microsoft will keynote at this year’s event.



  • Partner solution showcase will feature technology and solution demos from the following: Acusim Software, Altair Engineering, ANSYS, CD-adapco, CEO, Cradle, ESI Group, Exa, Intel, Livermore Software Technology Corp (LSTC), Mellanox, Microsoft, MSC Software, Platform Computing, QLogic, Siemens, SIMULIA, TASS and Voltaire





More information on the event: www.hp.com/go/caesymposium2009



More information on HP in CAE:  www.hp.com/go/cae 


Desktop Engineering magazine is the exclusive media sponsor of this year’s CAE Symposium: http://www.deskeng.com/

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