2010 European HyperWorks Technology Conference Announced
Altair is pleased to officially announce the date and location for the 4th European HyperWorks Technology Conference (HTC).The premier event for Driving Innovation with Enterprise Simulation will take place on October 27-29, 2010 in Versailles, France at the 'Palais de Congres' (www.viparis.com).
Over the past three years, Altair's Annual European HyperWorks Technology Conference has grown into one of Europe's premier PLM technology events. In 2009 our constantly growing, multi-day conference brought more than 500 industry professionals together, from a broad range of industry verticals including aerospace, automotive, consumer products, electronics, healthcare, heavy equipment, military, rail transit, ship building and white goods.
The 4th European HTC will again highlight the latest trends, developments and applications in the field of enterprise computer aided engineering (CAE) and will showcase cutting-edge methods, applications and industry examples of CAE-driven innovations. The three days will be packed with valuable technical information. Just as in 2009, the event will officially be divided into two parts. On Wednesday we will offer workshops for different simulation related topics and host a variety of customer, product, and user meetings like the solidThinking day. Thursday and Friday are dedicated to our traditional conference proceedings, including a broad range of technical and keynote presentations from across industry, the meet the expert sessions, and our partner exhibition.
This year's conference location is situated in the centre of France, close to Paris. Versailles is a city renowned for its chateau, the Palace of Versailles, was the de facto capital of the kingdom of France for over a century, from 1682 to 1789. It is now a wealthy suburb of Paris and remains an important administrative and judicial centre. The venue of this year's conference is full of character and located in the square of the Chateau de Versailles, in the city centre of Versailles, right across the famous castle. It offers a large exhibition space, and several prestigious auditoriums and meeting rooms for our keynote and technical sessions as well as for the diverse additional meetings.