PLM World Call for Papers

By Amy Reyes

PLM World.jpgAbstracts are now being accepted for the Siemens PLM Connection 2016 Annual Users Conference in Orlando, Florida, May 16-19, 2016.

For Simulation related presentations, we are doing something new and different this year. We are specifically seeking presentations on applications of simulation for designers, design engineers, and cross group collaboration.  Accepted presentations will be mixed-in with other topics of interest to the design/product engineering communities.

Subject areas of interest include the use of Siemens PLM Software tools for:

  • Simulation in conceptual design & design evolution

  • Driving design decisions using simulation insights

  • Simulation process/data management

  • Design space exploration

  • Motion studies

  • Simulation process automation

  • Simulation wizards/templates for designers

  • Systems driven product development

The due date for abstract submission is November 16, 2015. You can submit your abstract online.

We hope you will consider submitting an abstract.  If your abstract  is accepted, your conference fee of $1,595 is waived. 

You can also consider submitting an abstract for a 20-minute Knowledge Theatre session.  For the Knowledge Theatre, we are looking for presentations or demonstrations that provide tips and tricks on usage or other practical applications. If your topic is accepted for a Knowledge Theatre session, half your conference fee is waived.  If you have two topics selected, your entire conference fee is waived.

Since the deadline is almost upon us, please let @Ravi_Shankar or @MarkDonley know as soon as possible if you do plan to submit an abstract (even if your abstract is not yet ready) so that we can make the necessary arrangements to consider your submission.

You will be notified of acceptance by December 21, 2015 and final presentations (PowerPoint format) need to be submitted by May 1, 2016.

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you in Orlando in 2016!

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