We are excited to host the 2015 Americas Altair Technology Conference (ATC) at the heart of global engineering and manufacturing innovation – Detroit! At the ATC, industry experts and professionals will gather to exchange knowledge, solutions, ideas and stories to solve engineering and business challenges. The conference provides an invaluable opportunity to establish networks with industry peers and gain valuable practical experience.
The conference will take place from May 5th to May 7th at the Ford Motor Company Conference and Event Center in Dearborn, Mich. The keynote speakers and agenda for the event were recently announced. Focusing on a variety of topics including performance optimization, lightweight design, lead-time reduction, access to new technology, and cloud solutions, the event will feature a series of breakout sessions with presentations from a distinguished group of industry professionals as well as hands-on workshops.
Notable presenters include:
Mike Whitens, Director of Vehicle and Enterprise Sciences, Ford Motor Company
Kevin Kerrigan, Senior Vice President of Automotive Office, Michigan Economic Development Corporation
Franck Mouriaux, General Manager of Structure, RUAG Space
Ken Dudley, Senior Researcher, NASA Langley Research Center
Stewart Moore, Principal Engineer, General Dynamics Electric Boat
“The ATC is where the next generation of innovation begins for transportation, aerospace, home appliances, electronics, architecture, scientific research, consumer goods and scores of other products and processes that can benefit from simulation-driven design, optimization and data analytics,” Altair CEO Jim Scapa said in a recent press release. “This is the one place where many of the most successful scientists and designers in North America meet to acquaint each other with new methods and applications for using simulation to improve our world.”
Dozens of partner companies supported the ATC series in 2013 and 2014. Learn more about the benefits of attending, and how you can participate in the event. Mark your calendars, register today, and stay connected for future updates!