How to be an engineer: numbers, answers and challenges.

By Jane Wade

Numbers, answers and challenges. Three days packed with engineering content, presented by engineers, about engineers and with engineers. This is an engineers playground.

Your time is precious and that’s why we’ve put together an industry all-stars event. It’s as if Woodstock, Lollapalooza and Glastonbury have all been rolled into one.

Simcenter Conference 2019

Numbers – 160+ customers will present their engineering challenges and the solutions they found.

Answers – one full day of product training over 20 sessions to chose from. Solutions and answers from our experts. A chance to get hands-on with the software and hardware.

Challenges – four keynotes to challenge your thinking, a competition to win a GoPro and 500 other attendees to question your thinking, discuss your solutions and share knowledge.

Four top keynotes

We have keynotes from Dr Hannah Fry, mathematician; Henrik Alfredsson, Aker Solutions Sweden AB; Prof. Dr. Constantinos Stavridinis, IABG and Guglielmo Cariasso, Maserati.

You can get a sneak peak of Dr Hannah Fry’s TED talk on YouTube. Or if you prefer audio her podcast is here.

Dedicated Industry Tracks

There is a record number of customer presentations at this years’ conference. There are tracks dedicated to Automotive, Aerospace, Marine, Energy & Power, Process, Medical and Consumer Goods.

From household names such as LEGO, Electrolux and Unilever, to specialists such as Novicos, FKFS and GustoMSC we can guarantee you will have a packed agenda. The full roster can be found here.

You need more?

Along with our product expo featuring software and hardware from Simcenter, we also have a full day of product training to polish your skills or learn more about a new software.

In addition we are running a competition to win a GoPro, building some LEGO models, and going on a boat trip.

Check out Stephen Ferguson’s post – Seven reasons why you NEED to attend the Simcenter Conference – just in case you are still not convinced.

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This article first appeared on the Siemens Digital Industries Software blog at