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NAFEMS European Conference: Simulation-Based Optimisation

Date: 15th - 16th October 2019

Venue: Pestana Chelsea Bridge Hotel & Spa, London

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EnginSoft are pleased to sponsor the NAFEMS European Conference for Simulation Based Optimisation, taking place on the 15th-16th October.

The NAFEMS European Conference on Simulation-Based Optimisation will bring together practitioners and academics from all relevant disciplines to share their knowledge and experience, and discuss problems and challenges, in order to facilitate further improvements in optimisation techniques.

We look forward to being part of the conversation to understanding the optimisation challenges faced in engineering applications and sharing our wealth of knowledge and expertise on the use of artificial intelligence, machine learning and optimisation best practice gained from helping over 200 Fortune 500 companies become more competitive in their market place.

Don’t miss our presentation ‘Adapting to Climate Changes with Waste Water Pump Energy Optimisation’ with John Barnes at 16:10 on Day 1 (Tuesday 15th October) in the Multi-Disciplinary Optimisation (MDO) session.

We are also excited to announce that ESTECO, developers of modeFRONTIER, will also be presenting ‘New Approach for the Optimisation of a Ducted Propeller Under Uncertainty’ at 15:15 on Day 2 (Wednesday 16th October).

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