With only a couple of weeks remaining to submit your abstract for CAASE20, the Conference on Advancing Analysis and Simulation in Engineering, you’ll want to start giving thought to your 300-600 word abstract! Go here to submit your abstract today!
On June 16-18 in Indianapolis, CAASE20 will bring together the leading visionaries, developers, and practitioners of CAE-related technologies in an open forum, unlike any other, to share experiences, discuss relevant trends, discover common themes, and explore future issues, including:
This conference will cover a wide range of topics, addressing every aspect of engineering analysis and simulation during a 2.5-day program. The four key themes this conference will address:
The deadline to submit an abstract for presentation, workshop, training course, or panel discussion is November 30th, 2019. All it takes is 300-600 words to present your work to individuals from over 265 different companies. If that was not incentive enough, presenting authors receive a massively discounted registration rate!
Also, it is worth noting that we are trying something a bit different this year. Abstract submissions which are coordinated with submissions provided by a variety of other contributors will have an advantage. The objective being that attendees will come away with a better understanding of subject matter due to the continuity of material presented over the series of a session (~3-4 presentations per session).
We are beyond thrilled with the keynote line-up for CAASE20, and we guarantee that everyone in attendance will come away from the event with new and valuable insights. Current keynotes include:
The support provided by CAASE20 sponsors continues to energize us and allow us to invest more into the event itself. Even with the event taking place next year and interest continuing to grow, we have received early support from:
While we, and those in attendance, were delighted with CAASE18, we’re confident that CAASE20 will be even better! Hope to see you at the fastest growing and largest independent conference dedicated to engineering modeling, analysis and simulation.
Additional information can be found at: www.nafems.org/caase20