CADFEM Advisory services for universities and the research sector
We consolidate our commitment to research and teaching under the CADFEM motto “simulation is more than software” in the CADFEM Academic initiative – a central contact point for lecturers, PhD candidates, students and researchers. In addition to personal contact, we also offer events specifically tailored to research and teaching needs.
The summer school aims to provide students with fundamental knowledge of engineering simulations, and spark students’ interests in solving the real engineering problems using simulation tools. The summer courses consist of a foundation course and an advanced course, which cover structural mechanics and fluid dynamics. The foundation course presents the basic knowledge of finite element analysis and the simulation workflow; the advanced course focuses on more specific topics, translating advanced physics concepts into accurate simulations. The course provides students with the opportunity to discuss with subject experts.
Thousands of universities around the world use Ansys Academic engineering simulation software to help undergraduate students learn physics principles; researchers solve complex engineering problems; and postgraduate students produce data for their master’s theses or doctoral dissertations.
The Academic Program also offers unique materials education resources, which support teaching of engineering, science and design curricula.
The power of simulation is in your hands… and we’re here to help you harness it
We offer a variety of content and training options to help you realize the potential of your Ansys software. Courses and subscriptions are available for Researchers, professional’s and academic users.
Lecturers from various universities provide insights into practice-oriented teaching in the areas of product development,mechanics, electromagnetic s and system simulation
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