Registration Opens for 2020 FLOW-3D World Users Conference in Munich, Germany
SANTA FE, NM, USA, Dec 18, 2019 — In conjunction with its 40h anniversary, Flow Science, Inc. will hold the FLOW-3D World Users Conference 2020 on June 8-10, 2020 at the Maritim Hotel in Munich, Germany. Customers from around the world have been invited to the FLOW-3D World Users Conference 2020 to celebrate Flow Science’s milestone anniversary. Co-hosted by Flow Science Deutschland, this year’s conference features metal casting and water & environmental application tracks, advanced training sessions, in-depth technical customer presentations, and the latest product developments presented by Flow Science’s senior technical staff. Attendees will also enjoy a tour of the BMW Museum as part of the conference’s social events.
Flow Science has confirmed that Hubert Lang of BMW will be this year’s keynote speaker. Hubert Lang has worked in BMW’s Light Metal Foundry in Landshut, Germany since 1998. Introduced to FLOW-3D’s metal casting capabilities in 2005, Lang has led the expansion of BMW’s use of FLOW-3D. Today BMW uses FLOW-3D for a wide range of metal casting processes and special projects.
“This year’s conference is particularly special. Not only are we celebrating our 40th anniversary with our customers around the world, but we are very pleased to welcome our keynote speaker Hubert Lang to honor our 15 years of partnership with BMW. Hubert will showcase some of BMW’s innovative designs for which FLOW-3D has played an indispensable role over the years. Since starting out as pioneers in computational fluid dynamics (CFD) 40 years ago, we continue to develop cutting edge software to enable customers like BMW to solve the toughest CFD problems around the world”, said Dr. Amir Isfahani, CEO of Flow Science.
The call for abstracts is now open. Customers are encouraged to share their experiences, present their success stories, case studies and validations, and obtain valuable feedback from their peers and Flow Science staff. Topics include but are not limited to: metal casting, additive manufacturing, civil & municipal hydraulics, micro/nano/bio fluidics, aerospace and automotive applications. The deadline to submit an abstract is Friday, April 17.
Advanced training sessions for FLOW-3D’s family of products will be offered as part of the conference. Taught by senior technical staff and experts in their fields, advanced training topics include version up seminars for FLOW-3D CAST and FLOW-3D AM users, as well as sessions focused on troubleshooting techniques and municipal applications using FLOW-3D. Detailed information about these training sessions is available on the training page.
Online registration for the conference is now available.
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