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Taking place on Friday 1st November 2013, the Irish Centre for High-End Computing – (ICHEC) will be hosting Industry Consultation event at the Merrion Hotel, Dublin 2, in partnership with IDAC Ireland Ltd. Supporting government policy in relevant areas such as technology transfer and industry engagement in the context of the Action Plan for Jobs 2013.
The event will highlight the importance of High-End-Computing to achieve innovative, robust designs, by applying computer simulations to solve complex engineering problems, improve performance and ultimately reduce manufacturing costs.
With speakers from High-End-Computing leading research Centre, innovation and solution providers, the day’s agenda is driven by industry-based case studies, with hardware landscape analysis, and showcase on the new High-End-Computing service for SME’s provided in partnership by ICHEC and IDAC.
Dr Herbert Güttler from Microconsult Engineering Germany, a partner to IDAC Ireland, will outline the high performance computing capabilities in ANSYS Mechanical and provide hands-on practical advice on hardware and software configurations.
In addition, Gearóid Mooney, Enterprise Ireland's director of Research and Innovtion, will present a keynote on how start-ups can leverage Enterprise Ireland [link] funding to cover up to 80% of R&D project costs. He will also be talking about how companies can tap into technological and innovation expertise in third-level institutions.
This event promises to be one of the most engaging events for companies looking to explore the new prospects in High-End-Computing to maximise on their R&D strategy, business efficiency and ROI.
Who should attend? The event is aimed at companies, of all sizes operating within Engineering and Medical devices sector who are interested in Computer-Aided-Engineering (CAE) simulation technologies and best application practices.
The event is ideal for:
- CIO/ CTO
- Heads of IT
- VP’s of Technology
- Business Development Managers
- CAE Simulation Engineers
Interested companies are required to register for the free event, which will be held from 10am until 4pm on Friday 1st November at the Merrion Hotel, Dublin 2.
When & Where
ICHEC / IDAC
The Irish Centre for High-End Computing (ICHEC) is the national High-Performance Computing Centre in Ireland with offices located both in Dublin and Galway. Established in 2005, ICHEC operates the national HPC service providing compute resources and software expertise for the research communities across all the main science disciplines through collaborative partnerships and programmes of education. ICHEC has grown to an organization recognised internationally as a partner of choice for HPC services and R&D enablement. Since 2010, ICHEC has developed an active industry engagement programme working on a consultancy basis in areas as varied as financial services, oil & gas, data analytics and renewable energy. ICHEC is funded by Department of Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation, Department of Education and Skills, Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) and the Higher Education Authority (HEA), and hosted by NUI Galway. For additional information, visit http://www.ichec.ie and http://gpgpu.ichec.ie.
Established in 1997, IDAC Ireland Ltd is an indigenous Irish company, which specialises in engineering simulation solutions. The core of our business is simulation. Our two directors, Mr Sweeney & Dr Fanning have over 45 years FEA/CFD experience between them. This expertise is spread across a wide range of engineering industries. We are committed to partner with Irish Companies involved in R&D in the development of new products. We offer our customers a comprehensive package for engineering simulation; state-of-the-art ANSYS software complemented by our expert support and advice, training and consultancy services. For additional information, visithttp://www.idacireland.com.
IDAC Ireland will soon operate as CADFEM Ireland as the company joins forces with its long term partner CADFEM. CADFEM, based in Germany, is regarded internationally, since 1985, for its vast competence in FEA and its complete portfolio of leading software tools for numerical simulation. CADFEM Ireland will remain an Irish company based in Dublin offering a widened portfolio of expert engineering services, know-how and technologies to the Irish market and its globally competitive product design and development sectors.