Join your peers at this inaugural convergence, bringing together an international community of users, researchers, developers, and subject matter experts, across various industry sectors, to explore today’s most critical issues within the field of simulation-based design.

Keynote and Sessions

Keynote speaker, Michael D. Griffin, former NASA Administrator, will offer his unique perspectives on the current state of the industry and the important role that small to midsize software companies play in bringing innovative solutions to the marketplace.

Presentations cover Multidisciplinary Design Analysis & Optimization (MDAO), Model-based Systems Engineering (MBSE), Modeling & Simulation, and software innovations. View the agenda featuring industry, academic, and government leaders:

R. Sam Alessi, Ph.D.
Idaho National Laboratory
Ned Lindsley, Ph.D.
United States Air Force
Mark A. Rivera
Boeing Research and Technology
Steven Cornford, Ph.D.
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Andy Luo
Swift Engineering, Inc.
Clarence Moreland
No Magic, Inc.
Toshiaki Daibo
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
Rui Narciso
Airbus France
Manas Bajaj, Ph.D.
Forest Flager
Stanford University
Robert McDonald
California Polytechnic
State University
Ryan P. Starkey, Ph.D.
University of Colorado
Sandy Friedenthal
SAF Consulting
Shreyes Melkote, Ph.D.
Georgia Institute of Technology
Tom Urie
Analytical Graphics, Inc.
Scott Imlay, Ph.D.
Tecplot, Inc.
Jeffrey D. Norton, Ph.D.
Tribal Engineering
Guy Varland
Serco Inc.
Mark Landon, Ph.D.
Optimal Solutions Software
Christopher Oster
Lockheed Martin Advanced Practices and Tools
Kurt Zielinski
Honda R&D Americas

Software Training Opportunities

AGI, Phoenix Integration, Tecplot, InterCAX, and Optimal Solutions Software will each offer complimentary training sessions on Tuesday, May 15 for attending design engineers to provide a hands-on introduction to their respective products and related best practices.