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Altair is committing more resources

Clayton & McKervey is led by Rob Dutkiewicz
Posted on Tuesday September 08, 2020

How We Help Service Approach. Affiliations. Communications & Technology. Meet Our Team. Our Videos. Testimonials. Our Story. Home. About Us. Our Story. Over 60 years of dedication. our story & our goal. Our firm was founded in 1953 by Don Schmaltz and was called Schmaltz …

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17:15 Closing Panel
Posted on Tuesday September 08, 2020

Rikke Jansen. VR Artist and developer Rikke Jansen is an experienced games artist and technical artist, having been in the field for more than a decade. She discovered VR three years ago and saw the potential in the platform by discovering social VR. She’s been …

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Kayzerfish and most recently Kuti
Posted on Tuesday September 08, 2020

Ralf Hebecker. Hamburg University of Applied Sciences Since 2012, Ralf Hebecker has been Professor of Games Design and Production at the University of applied sciences Hamburg (HAW Hamburg), from 2006-10 he taught as lecturer for Interaction Design at Otago University in New Zealand . He is …

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TerrSet Geospatial Monitoring and Modeling Software
Posted on Tuesday September 08, 2020

PRODUCTS. PRODUCTS. Software Products for Geospatial Analysis Software Products for Geospatial Analysis. TerrSet Geospatial Monitoring and Modeling Software. TerrSet is an integrated geospatial software for monitoring and modeling the earth system The TerrSet software incorporates the IDRISI GIS Analysis and IDRISI Image Processing tools along …

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While finding up with an online Casino
Posted on Monday September 07, 2020

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MS Outlook has also capabilities to subscribe for RSS feed
Posted on Monday September 07, 2020

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Linha Comercial – Carrier do Brasil
Posted on Monday September 07, 2020

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Page not found – BeastSaber
Posted on Monday September 07, 2020

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The Monday meme: Robo-Apocalypse
Posted on Monday September 07, 2020

The Monday Meme : Co-Workers. Everyone has had that co-worker in the past that basically promotes themselves to supervisory level because they are a huge loudmouth. I’m so glad there isn’t much of that at my current job, VERY glad. Related articles. The Monday meme : …

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Investing in Academia – Today’s Youth Will Influence Tomorrow.
By   on  August 24.

2020              As a proud Altairian for more than 30 years

I am thankful to be supported by an organization that has rallied to ensure every employee has the flexibility to accommodate such situations.
And I especially appreciate that we continue our commitment to supporting the youth outside the Altair family.

I recently took the time to reflect on what Altair is doing in academia

Knowing that today’s youth will be tomorrow’s engineers, tinkerers, entrepreneurs, scientists, and creatives, Altair is committing more resources, time, and money to our academic programs.
Reaching new heights and inspiring minds of all ages, this commitment to growing students’ passion in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, .

Arts and mathematics) is one of Altair’s deepest aspirations

I’d like to share some insight into the incredible initiatives we have in place to help inspire the bright young minds that will fuel our future.
With involvement in FIRST Robotics at the high school level, Altair supports student teams working together to solve increasingly complex problems in product design and programming.
I took time last year to meet with several local FIRST Robotics teams and attend a competition.
I was impressed by the real-world approach to systems engineering these teams take.
Students gain hands-on experience in designing, building, and maintaining a robot to meet specific rules designated at the beginning of the year.

Altair provides teams access to our free student edition

along with in-person and online training to further their understanding of the software.
With our software, students can optimize their robot design and model the robot function before the building begins.

A few students and adult mentor from Team 3707 visited Altair headquarters in Troy

MI, to showcase their robot design to Altairians before the competition season.
Many collegiate teams competing in Formula SAE, Baja SAE, Shell Eco-Marathon and more are using Altair solutions.
With a growing number of schools integrating Altair tools into their curriculum including Columbia, Georgia Tech, Michigan State, Purdue, Technical University Delft, and Petronas University of Technology, students are able to explore beyond their campus and learn how to use professional grade computer-aided engineering (CAE) software – for diverse topics including additive manufacturing, light-weighting, finite element analysis (FEA) and structural optimization, computational fluid dynamics (CFD), motion dynamics, mechatronics, motor design, e-mobility, antenna design, electromagnetics, and more.
We operate as the link connecting universities with industries, providing hands-on learning to students and experienced candidates to businesses.
Contributing to student teams and university syllabi results in knowledgeable young professionals with a passion for finding new, more sustainable ways to solve problems.
For example, what began as a University of Michigan thesis project with the goal to provide mobility and freedom around the world, AFREECAR used Altair Activate®, Altair Embed™, Altair PollEx, and Altair SmartWorks to design an electric- and solar-powered cart that was inexpensive to make and would withstand varying types of terrain.
Because of this project, senior students at Oakland University are now planning to develop control algorithms and a phone app with a small-scale version of the AFREECAR vehicle, to allow users in the world’s poorest rural areas to track battery life, state of charge, and more.
This EV cart from AFREECAR is primarily built from commercial off-the-shelf components.
With universities looking much different this year than they have in the past due to COVID-19, Altair’s learn-from-home tools are an ideal fit for online classrooms.
Students have free access to our software from their own computers and professors can assign workshops all from the safety of their homes.
Along with providing faculty and students with numerous support resources for teaching and learning, the Altair academic team can also provide guidance pertaining to leveraging digital twins.
Specifically, consistent with a proven project-based learning approach, students and faculty can use Altair software for engineering and data analytics to model and simulate physical products as digital twins in a completely virtual environment from home.
By investing in the global engineering community, we are inspiring students to explore their passions and think differently, all while we work to accelerate the pace of innovation and drive human progress.
To learn how you can benefit from collaborating with our global academic program, please visit: altairuniversity.com.
James Dagg Chief Technical Officer  at   James joined Altair in 1987 where he worked as a structural analyst and as a multi-body dynamics analyst in the field of vehicle dynamics.

He is currently the Chief Technical Officer for Altair’s modeling

visualization, and math-based solutions and strategy with a primary responsibility to create an exceptional user experience across Altair’s entire software portfolio.
For more than 25 years, .

James has been a visionary behind Altair’s software strategy and development activities

Prior to his role as CTO, he was the Senior Vice President for solidThinking®.
James received his BSME in 1988 from the University of Michigan and his MS in Applied Mechanics from U of M in 1993.
Latest posts by James Dagg (see all)       Investing in Academia – Today’s Youth Will Influence Tomorrow - August 24, 2020.
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About James Dagg.
James joined Altair in 1987 where he worked as a structural analyst and as a multi-body dynamics analyst in the field of vehicle dynamics.
He is currently the Chief Technical Officer for Altair’s modeling, visualization, and math-based solutions and strategy with a primary responsibility to create an exceptional user experience across Altair’s entire software portfolio.
For more than 25 years, James has been a visionary behind Altair’s software strategy and development activities.
Prior to his role as CTO, he was the Senior Vice President for solidThinking®.
James received his BSME in 1988 from the University of Michigan and his MS in Applied Mechanics from U of M in 1993.
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