BRAZIL

2015 ESSS CONFERENCE & ANSYS USERS MEETING

SAO PAULO, SP - BRASIL - May 05-07, 2015



ESSS e ANSYS, Inc. têm o prazer de convidá-lo a participar do mais tradicional fórum de discussão para usuários de softwares de simulação em engenharia da América do Sul, que será realizado de 05 a 07 de Maio de 2015, no Grand Mercure São Paulo Ibirapuera, em São Paulo, SP.

O evento irá proporcionar a engenheiros, projetistas, executivos, analistas e pesquisadores a possibilidade de acompanhar os mais recentes avanços na área de simulação, trocar ideias com especialistas em CAE e saber como estas ferramentas vêm sendo utilizadas para o desenvolvimento, melhoria e redução de custos de projetos, produtos e processos.
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Keynote Speaker
 
"Predict with Confidence Utilizing Comprehensive Solution Practices"

Barry Christenson, M.Sc.
Director of Product Management - ANSYS, Inc.

The product management team is responsible for planning the product capabilities of new releases as well as marketing the capabilities of current products. Barry holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from North Dakota State University, Fargo, North Dakota, and an M.Sc. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Kettering University, Flint, Michigan, USA.

 

 
"The Nuclear Submarine Program and the Opportunity to Improve Technologies in Brazil"

Flávio Antoun Neto , M.Sc.
Superintendence of Submarine Design - Navy Commander - Brazilian Navy

Netto is the Head of Structures Department, Superintendence of Submarine Design, at the Brazilian Navy Technological Center in São Paulo (CTMSP), Brazil. He completed his undergraduate education in Mechanical Engineering (1989) at the Federal Center of Technological Education, and postgraduate studies at the Military Engineering Institute and Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, leading to an M.Sc. degree in Mechanical Engineering (1992) and Ph.D degree in Ocean Engineering (1999), respectively.

 

 
"The World is Wireless: R&D Projects on Antennas and Radars"

Arismar Cerqueira Sodré Junior , Dr.
Professor - National Institute of Telecommunications (INATEL)

Prof. Dr. Arismar Cerqueira received his B.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from the Federal University of Bahia, an M.Sc. degree from UNICAMP, and a Ph.D. from Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Italy. He is currently an Associate Professor at the Brazilian National Institute of Telecommunications (INATEL). He currently holds 4 international patents and has transferred 10 products to the industry. He has also published 114 scientific papers in international journals or conference proceedings.

 

 
"Developing vehicles using simulation at General Motors Brazil"

Gilvan Prada Rossi , M.Sc.
Project Manager - General Motors

Gilvan Prada Rossi holds degree in Mechanical Engineering with emphasis on Automobiles from FEI University Center - São Bernardo do Campo, and an M.Sc. degree in Mechanical Engineering from USP. He worked at General Motors as a CAE engineer in the areas of Structure, Durability and Vehicle Safety, and is currently the CAE manager responsible for the areas of Aerodynamics, HVAC and Closures.

 

 
"Leverage Parametric Benefits of ANSYS Platform"

Rodrigo Tasca
Account Manager - ESSS

Rodrigo Tasca has degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Federal University of Santa Catarina with a strong focus on Computational Fluid Dynamics. Tasca has been with ESSS for 15 years, where he started in the Technical Team with Support and Services, and was promoted to Technical Team Manager and later to Account Manager. He is currently the Manager of the Account Management Division, where he coordinates Customer Assessment and Account Planning activities.

 

 
"The Multidisciplinary Design Optimization Experience at Embraer"

Juliano Cavalcanti , M.Sc.
Product Development Engineer - Embraer

He has degree in Engineering Control and Automation from PUC - Rio, Brazil, and an M.Sc.degree in Aeronautical Engineering from ITA. He joined Embraer in 2005, where he worked for five years on an MDO project in technological development. He later joined the KC-390 project in the area of aerodynamics. He also participated in the project on the new wing tip of the ERJ-175Plus.