Featured Webinar: Improving the Design of Subsea Riser Systems

Experts from Altair and Cray will be hosting a webinar entitled “Improving the Design of Subsea Riser Systems” on Tuesday, October 7th at 10am Eastern. The webinar will focus on high-performance computing (HPC) solutions and their proven ability to improve speed and performance for oil and gas component engineering. In addition, attendees will gain insights on how Altair’s AcuSolve® computational fluid dynamics (CFD) solver running on Cray® XC30™ supercomputer systems powered by Intel® Xeon® processors can help to increase component life, reduce uncertainty, and improve overall safety while still meeting a tight development schedule.

Click here to read about the Altair and Cray collaboration, download the benchmark paper, and register today for the free webinar!

 

Rick Watkins

Rick Watkins

Business Development Manager at Altair Engineering
Rick Watkins is the Altair Business Development Manager for the energy industry. He received his Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering from MIT, and Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering from University of Texas at Austin. His professional interests include Enterprise Solutions with data analytics, numerical optimization and high-performance computing. He has spent the last 8 years working with customers to implement innovative design processes and leverage high-performance computing in their engineering environments. He lives in Houston, Texas with his wife, two kids and two dogs.
Rick Watkins
Rick Watkins

About Rick Watkins

Rick Watkins is the Altair Business Development Manager for the energy industry. He received his Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering from MIT, and Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering from University of Texas at Austin. His professional interests include Enterprise Solutions with data analytics, numerical optimization and high-performance computing. He has spent the last 8 years working with customers to implement innovative design processes and leverage high-performance computing in their engineering environments. He lives in Houston, Texas with his wife, two kids and two dogs.