Online TECHNIA Simulation Innovation Forum (SIMIF) 2020

Thursday, 26 Nov 2020

Online

The TECHNIA Simulation Innovation Forum (SIMIF) brings together simulation experts and high-end simulation users, compelling high-end simulation customers and various partners / sponsors across multiple demanding innovative industries, to share simulation knowledge, show possibilities with various simulation software solutions, in order to help you getting the most of your simulation challenges.

Meet the NCC

Our Research Engineer Hendrix Mortimore is giving a presentation in the afternoon in Track A at 14:15 on composite braiding simulation workflows. 

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