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Simulation and analysis are vital to the engineering development process, and a plethora of tools exist to help accomplish these tasks. Fulton Schools faculty and students have access to SIMULIA’s Abaqus® simulation software and other analysis tools, and representatives of SIMULIA will be on the Tempe campus to present a technical update seminar and to meet with faculty and students.

Monday, February 22, 2016
10 a.m.–noon
Goldwater Center (GWC) 487, Tempe campus [map]
User Meetings following the technical update are scheduled by reservation with Dick Rotelli

Update Seminar presentation agenda

  1. Update on SIMULIA in Academia — New Research and Teaching packages with dramatically increased capabilities. ASU now has access to all SIMULIA software technology using the same license tokens used for Abaqus:
    • Abaqus® for Finite Element Analysis (structural, thermal, fluids and multi-physics)
    • Tosca® for topology optimization
    • fe-safe® for fatigue and durability analysis
    • Isight® for process integration, trade studies and multi-disciplinary optimization
  2. What’s new in Abaqus? – Highlights
    • Abaqus 6.14 was released in July 2014
    • Abaqus 2016 was released in December 2015

User Meetings, by reservation, February 22, 2016, 1–5 p.m., GWC 171

Following the Update Seminar, the SIMULIA team would like to meet individually or in small groups with ASU faculty and/or students to learn how they are using Abaqus or other SIMULIA software in Research or Classroom Education, answer technical questions, and get their feedback. Meetings will be conducted in 30 minute time slots beginning at 1 p.m. Time slots will be reserved on a first-come, first-served basis.

Contact Dick Rotelli at to reserve your meeting time slot.

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