Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Call for contributions: CST SIMULIA EUC 2018

We are in full gear preparing for one of the highlights of the CST year, our annual European User Conference (EUC) and we are looking forward to seeing our users' presentation submissions. There’s nothing quite like the intellectual energy that comes from so many of our customers coming together to share their work, their ideas and to discuss the bright future of simulation.

Customer contributions are crucial to the success of this conference and EUC provides a valuable opportunity to share your knowledge and advance the collective expertise of CST users.
To contribute a presentation, please submit an abstract of between 100-200 words by registering and submitting your abstract online.

For contributors with an accepted presentation who hold a valid CST maintenance contract, the registration fee will be waived. To qualify for this discount, the final abstract must be received by March 15, 2018, and the finished presentation by April 30, 2018. See our website for full details


Still not sure? Hear what people have to say about the EUC experience.

"We have the chance to meet with different companies who are working closely together with electronic products and simulation and I think there is a big benefit for all the people here who attend these sessions, learn new things and learn what is coming in the future." - Damien Kirscher, Altium 

“I think that, being a CST user, this conference puts you in contact with the biggest experts in EM simulation so that you can really take advantage of this during the conference. Also, for those attendees coming from the academic sector, being in contact with people from the industry is always a good opportunity. Likewise, the industry-related attendees can also see the latest advances in design and simulation from some of the most relevant research groups.”
 - Carlos Vicente, Aurorasat 

 "I have attended CST EUC several times and for me, each one is an exciting event. I get to see the software from the user's perspectives. and then develop our own methods and see where we still have empty areas where we should research further. Furthermore, I know many people here who I work very well with and remain in contact with and I'm looking forward to attending again." - Markus Clemens, Bergische Universität Wuppertal

“In my experience EUC is a great opportunity to learn, share and interact with experts in various application areas. It is the ideal place to discuss your ideas and see what other CST users are doing. This event will certainly enrich your simulation experience and hopefully also help you to improve your workflows in the future.” - Theunis Beukman, CST

"The support room is really interesting because I use it to pose my questions. With face-to-face communication it's easier to find solutions." - Tatiana Rijoff, CERN 

We look forward to seeing you in June!





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