EnSight is proud to announce dates for our upcoming European User Meeting, November 30 – December 1, 2017 in Munich Germany. We are expecting 60+ participants from a variety of industries including automotive, aerospace, machinery, civil engineering, cardiology and more.

Our agenda will feature presentations from ASM Assembly Systems, ASTEC, Audi, Ford, Porsche, SIDACT, University Hospital Freiburg, with more presentations being added as the date approaches.

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Click to download User Group Meeting agenda.

Participation is free. Click image to the right to download a PDF of the full group meeting agenda.

Speakers include:

  • Dr. Fabian Roesler – AUDI
    • Automotive CFD Simulations with OpenFOAM and EnSight Post-Processing – A Strong Team
  • Stefan Müller – SIDACT GmbH
    • Advanced Post-processing on FEMZIP compressed data
  • Moritz Braig – Freiburg Univercity Clinic
    • Velocity measurements using Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Preclinical applications and beyond
  • Marina Galvagni, PhD – EnSight / Ansys
    • What is coming for EnSight and Nexus in 2018
  • Andrew Hobbs – ASTEC Industries, Inc.
    • Post-processing Fluid and Particle Data Using EnSight: Perspectives From the Hot Mix Asphalt Industry
  • Wouter Van Gijseghem – Forze H2 Hydrogen Electric Racing
    • How Ensight helped us to be the first students ever to design a Hydrogen racecar
  • Dr. Gábor Janiga, PD – Otto von Guericke Univercity Magdeburg
    • Blood flows analysis in intracranial aneurysms
  • Ramon Diaz – GOMPUTE
    • HPC in the cloud: Gompute support for EnSight
  • Frank Kaufmann – ANSYS
    • Simulation Driven Product Development using ANSYS
  • Dipankar Choudhury, PhD – ANSYS
    • ANSYS and CEI: Multiplying the power of Simulation with Visualization
  • Thomas Zanzinger – ANSYS
    • CEI and ANSYS a partnership for success
  • Christopher J.Riley, Ph.D – Converge Science
    • Introduction to Converge
  • Dr. Rainer Rothbauer – Converge CFD Software
    • TBA
  • Natalia Gardberg – SAAB
    • TBA
  • Carlos Labra
    • TBA
  • Max Mally
    • TBA
  • Dr. Markus Ihmsen
    • TBA

Location:

Airport Business Centre

Hotels:

We have reserved a block of rooms at the following hotels for our UGM:

Hotel Reference Code: CEI GmbH | EnSight User conference

Hotel Reference Code: CEI GmbH, EnSight User Conference

Training

Before the User Group Meeting we will conduct a two day technical training for end users of EnSight with basic and advanced topics.

  • Price per person for two days: €1300
  • Languange will be English
  • Limited capacity to 12 participants (first come first serve)
  • We recommend to bring your own laptop (not a requirement)

Location:

Airport Business Centre

Focus:

Training will be a standard EnSight technical end user training with lecturing slides and extra time for a practical hands-on session. It will cover everything from basic handling of EnSight up to advanced topics and working with the newest features.


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Sponsorship / Exhibitor Opportunities Still Available

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Other Activities

Munich Dinner Tour

Enjoy a 4-hour culinary guided tour through the historic center of Munich!

Visit up to three different restaurants during the tour along with interesting stories, historic details and fun anecdotes about the city.

This activity will open to a limited number of participants.

Presentation by Markus Hofmann

An exceptionally good memory is not magic, but simply a matter of the right strategy. With great entertainment, Markus Hofmann provides effective memory techniques, which everyone can easily implement for themselves.

Markus Hofmann is the bearer of the German continuing education prize and has already helped more than 250,000 people in his lectures to a better memory.