NAFEMS is the International Association for the Engineering Modelling, Analysis and Simulation Community. We focus on the practical application of numerical engineering simulation techniques such as the Finite Element Method for Structural Analysis, Computational Fluid Dynamics, and Multibody Simulation. In addition to end users from all industry sectors, our stakeholders include technology providers, researchers and academics.
NAFEMS in the News
The event, to take place in early December, is focused on "Driving Convergence to Electrification, Autonomous and Connectivity."
The groups are seeking input to know what interested parties think about ASSESS activities, as well as the future direction of the initiative.
There will be three days of simulation content, delivered by experts and thought leaders from the simulation community.
In the opening introductions of the NRC22 conference in Indianapolis, NAFEMS announces the acquisition of ASSESS Initiatives.
Event, slated for June in Indiana, will focus on CAE-related technologies in an open forum format.
The focus is on working to transform the online congress experience into something engaging for its community of attendees, NAFEMS reports.
Simulation needs test-based validation to be credible.
CAASE21 Keynote presenters discuss how connectivity and autonomy is changing vehicle design.
NAFEMS Americas and Digital Engineering present the the Conference on Advancing Analysis & Simulation in Engineering (CAASE21) online.
In his upcoming CAASE21 presentation, Jakob Hartl of Purdue University offers a rigorous approach to putting faith in simulation results.
NAFEMS Americas, Digital Engineering present fourth event exploring the use of simulation and analysis across the design/development process.
Virtual event to take place March 16-18 in 3 three-hour sessions.
Here at Digital Engineering, we have spent much of the past year evaluating how the pandemic affected the working life of our engineering audience, and the way they use technology.
NAFEMS preps for first hybrid Congress, combining the face-to-face event with virtual online components.
You spoke and NAFEMS listened—and adjusted accordingly by issuing a later date for 2021 Congress.