Corporate sponsorship of the 32nd ASC Technical Conference is $1,500 and includes the following:
Contact Prof. Wenbin Yu regarding the sponsorship opportunities.
NAFEMS is a not-for-profit organization aimed at promoting best practices and fostering education and awareness in the engineering analysis community. In line with its objectives to promote the effective use of simulation technologies, NAFEMS is continually seeking to create awareness of new analysis methodologies, deliver education and training, and stimulate the adoption of best practices and standards by offering a platform for continuous professional development. For more information, visit www.nafems.org.
Teledyne Scientific & Imaging is comprised of Teledyne Scientific Company and Teledyne Imaging Sensors, which includes Teledyne Judson Technologies. As Teledyne’s Central Research Laboratory, Teledyne Scientific Company transitions technologies developed with contract R&D investments from U.S. Government R&D funding agencies into various Teledyne businesses. We are a technology leader in high performance compound semiconductor devices and integrated circuits, ceramic and functional materials, efficient real-time information processing algorithms, and optical sensors and assemblies. Teledyne Imaging Sensors is a leader in high performance imaging systems for military, space, astronomy, and commercial applications. For more information, visit http://teledyne-si.com/.
AnalySwift offers users an unprecedented combination of efficiency and accuracy in multiphysics, multiscale composites modeling, enabling modeling of composites as simply and easily as metals, without a loss of accuracy. Users gain a competitive advantage through drastic reductions in engineering time, virtual testing earlier in the design process, and handling of more complex composites. Licensed from Purdue University, Georgia Tech, and Utah State University, our software delivers the accuracy of detailed 3D FEA at the efficiency of simple engineering models, cutting analysis time by orders of magnitude. For more information, please visit http://analyswift.com.
Moldex3D provides a comprehensive solution for today’s computer-aided plastic product development and manufacturing. With true 3D mesh technology, Moldex3D helps users visualize a realistic molding scenario virtually and enables possible design revisions and optimizations prior to the actual production. With Moldex3D, potential molding defects and design errors can be detected and avoided in the early stage and a simulation-driven plastic product development process can be done more efficiently to increase productivity, shorten time to market, and ultimately maximize product return-on-investment (ROI). For more information, please visit www.moldex3d.com.
ROCCOR was established in 2011 with the mission of providing low-cost, high performance deployable structure systems to spacecraft and terrestrial commercial markets. Our particular focus is on deployable structure systems utilizing elastically stowed and deployed fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) composite structural elements. Our competitive advantage includes novel designs addressing the limitations (both performance and cost) that have previously plagued these systems. For more information, please visit http://roccor.com/.
Granta Design provides resources and support to thousands of university educators worldwide as they teach materials or related topics to the next generation of engineers, scientists, and industrial designers about materials, processes, and sustainability. Granta also helps to organize the Materials Education Symposia, global events for materials educators to discuss ideas, tools, and best practice. As the materials information technology experts, Granta helps hundreds of industrial enterprises to manage information on the materials, including composites, that are essential to their businesses, and provides a solution for the composite data management challenges faced in high performance engineering enterprises. For more information, please visit https://www.grantadesign.com/.
DEStech Publications, Inc. is an independent academic STM publishing company that develops and publishes original professional books and university textbooks written and edited by scientific researchers. As a full-service contract publisher, DEStech is internally and externally structured to meet the publishing needs of societies, conference organizers, and foundations. Its expert in-house staff supports major U.S. and international societies as well as university-based meeting organizers with page layout, book and cover design, and delivery of editorial content in many electronic forms. The DEStech difference is found in the personal attentiveness of its knowledgeable editors and production staff who respond directly and promptly to authors and clients throughout the life of every project it publishes. For more information, please visit http://www.destechpub.com/.
Dassault Systèmes SIMULIA applications enable users to leverage multiphysics simulation and high-performance computing (HPC) to explore and optimize real-world behavior of product, nature and life. As an integral part of the Dassault Systèmes 3DEXPERIENCE platform, SIMULIA applications accelerate the process of evaluating the performance, reliability, and safety of materials and products before committing to physical prototypes. For more information, please visit https://www.3ds.com/products-services/simulia/.
Convergent is dedicated to making advanced composites manufacturing a low cost and low risk endeavor in all phases of production by using digital manufacturing solutions, including pre-manufacturing composites process simulation, materials characterization, and process monitoring. Convergent’s flagship composite process simulation software, COMPRO, came out of research done in the composites group at The University of British Columbia over 20 years ago. Since then, Convergent has added RAVEN, LIMS, and CPA-TA to their software suite to make robust composite simulation accessible for a wide variety of end users. Both our software and hardware products have helped major OEMs, government agencies, and universities to understand, predict, and monitor the composites manufacturing process. Along with our strong connections to industry, Convergent has established close ties to universities and research centers worldwide with the aim to bring the latest advancements in academia to engineering practice. For more information, please visit http://www.convergent.ca.
e-Xstream engineering is a software and engineering services company 100% focused on state-of-the-art multi-scale modeling of complex multi-phase composites materials and structures (PMC, RMC, MMC, nanocomposites, hard metals, etc.) e-Xstream develops Digimat the unique nonlinear multi-scale material and structure modeling platform that addresses composite material suppliers' and end users' needs to design and manufacture innovative high-performances products while minimizing their weight, cost and time-to-market. For more information, please visit http://www.e-xstream.com/.
The Institute for Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation (IACMI), managed by the Collaborative Composite Solutions Corporation (CCS), is a partnership of industry, universities, national laboratories, and federal, state, and local governments working together to benefit the nation’s energy and economic security by sharing existing resources and co-investing to accelerate innovative research and development in the advanced composites field. CCS is a not-for-profit organization established by The University of Tennessee Research Foundation. The national Manufacturing USA institute is supported by a $70 million commitment from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Manufacturing Office, and over $180 million committed from IACMI’s partners. Find out more at http://www.iacmi.org/.
Illinois Rocstar provides predictive modeling and simulation software and services for industry, science, defense, and security. The Illinois Rocstar development team is trained in engineering, physics, chemistry and computer science. Our expertise ranges from developing advanced multiphysics software and technical applications for battery chemistry to solid propellant rockets to concrete microstructure. Illinois Rocstar’s open-source and proprietary tools, combined with broad-based technical expertise allows us to form a deep understanding of client needs. Our unique combination of domain science, numerical simulation and programming knowledge enables us to resolve modeling and simulation issues quickly and effectively. Illinois Rocstar’s namesake package Rocstar Multiphysics, focuses on solving many general compressible fluid-dynamics, fluid-structure-interaction, and fluid-structural-thermal problems. Modeling material microstructures with Rocpack, coupled with other specialized structural, thermal, and chemical simulation tools allows exploration of small-scale physics of materials. New areas currently under development involve diving into the world of data management systems and cloud-computing to aid computational scientists. For more information on the latest developments at Illinois Rocstar, please see http://www.illinoisrocstar.com.