Hybrid event

37th International CAE Conference and Exhibition

Channelling technology, processes and people for sustainable competitive advantage

Date: 2021, November 17 - 19

Venue: Vicenza, Italy

For 37 years, the International CAE Conference and Exhibition has striven to provide exhaustive and up-to-date information regarding both the technologies available for engineering simulation, and the knowledge necessary for their use (where, when, why, and how to use them successfully). Over the past few years, the International CAE Conference has broadened its focus to include the interactions with the other technologies that enable the digital transformation.

These are an essential and substantial part of any successful process, which itself cannot occur without its own temporal sustainability and value.
The presumption, in many cases, is that engineering simulation is the choreographer and orchestrator of a sustainable and effective transformation process.

The 2021 edition will focus on the trends, technologies, issues and how-to’s of sustainable and successful digital transformation and the key role that engineering simulation has to play in achieving the desired outcome.

Visit the conference website to discover all the news of this edition!

37th International CAE Conference and Exhibition


Vicenza, Italy
November 17 - 19


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Supporting the design of a critical system with realistic numerical simulations of heat radiation and conjugate heat transfer

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