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Live Editorial Roundtable Webcast: Next-Gen Technologies Now: Dec. 13, 2016

Augmented reality, virtual reality, digital twins, generative design, machine learning, and more -- these buzzwords sound futuristic and inconceivable, but are any of them ready for prime-time in design engineering? DE’s Kenneth Wong will moderate a panel of experts as they discuss futuristic technologies that are already being implemented, and how to evaluate them for use in your engineering workflow. Our expert panelists will discuss: topology optimization and generative design software that suggests design options; virtual and augmented reality; digital twins; and machine learning.

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Supercomputing for the Rest of Us: April 12, 2016

DE’s Kenneth Wong will moderate a panel of experts as they discuss how design engineers from companies of all sizes can benefit from new initiatives to simplify access to supercomputing power. Discussion topics include: the OpenHPC community, Intel’s new HPC Scalable System Framework, cloud-based software-as-a-service offerings and public-private partnerships.

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Shedding Excess Weight from Products: Jan. 21, 2016

In this interactive roundtable talk moderated by DE's Kenneth Wong, panelists discuss: Moving from simulation to optimization, balancing passenger safety vs. lightweight design, assessing software-proposed designs for manufacturing cost and feasibility, and the weight loss achievable with new materials and manufacturing methods.

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Optimize Application License Use and Sharing

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Dear Desktop Engineering Reader: For engineering and manufacturing outfits, HPC (high-performance computing) and HPC clusters are and will continue to ...

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ANSYS Convergence Webinar Series

Dear Desktop Engineering Reader: ANSYS has announced the fall lineup for its ongoing Convergence Webinar Series. It’s an intriguing array ...

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Opera Website Shines

Dear Desktop Engineering Reader: So my contact at Cobham Technical Services invites me to check out their “shiny new website” ...

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Build Products, Not Just Boards

Dear Desktop Engineering Reader: Companies and designers can cook up expensive flops pretty easily when they do not have design ...

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