Flow Science Announces Its 2010 FLOW-3D World Users Conference
SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO, February 24, 2010. Flow Science, Inc. announces its 2010 FLOW-3D World Users Conference on September 23-24, 2010 at the Hôtel Omni Mont-Royal in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The conference, which lands on the 30th anniversary of Flow Science, is open to FLOW-3D users and those interested in learning about the software. The meeting will feature user presentations from a variety of industrial and research applications. Flow Science staff will be on hand, both to present the development plans for FLOW-3D and to engage attendees in detailed conversations and consultations. Advanced training sessions will be held September 22, 2010, the day before the conference. Find out more on the official FLOW-3D World Users Conference page.
This year’s conference also marks Flow Science’s 30th year of offering solutions in computational fluid dynamics. Dr. C.W. “Tony” Hirt, the founder of Flow Science, will deliver the keynote address.
Call for Papers!
Abstracts are now being accepted for the conference. Users who are interested in presenting at the conference should contact Flow Science. Please include a title, your name and job title and a brief description of the FLOW-3D results you plan to present. Abstracts should be 500 words or less.
The due date for abstracts is July 1, 2010 and acceptances will be sent out July 9, 2010. Final presentations are due September 2, 2010. Presentation formats can be either a PowerPoint file or in any file format that can be opened in PowerPoint. Speakers can anticipate a 30 minute speaking slot, including Q & A.
The registration fee will be waived for conference presenters.
Flow Science, Inc. is a privately-held software company specializing in transient, free-surface CFD software for industrial and scientific applications worldwide. Flow Science has distributors for FLOW-3D sales and support in nations throughout North America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Flow Science’s headquarters is located in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Flow Science can be found on the internet at http://www.flow3d.com.
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