February 19, 2020 - 9:00 AM


Computer History Museum


Please join our Ozen ANSYS Innovation Conference at the Computer History Museum on February 19, 2020

Keynote Speaker:
Dr. Prith Banerjee – CTO
Ansys, Inc.

8:00 AMRegistration & Breakfast – Socializing, Booth Displays
9:00 AMDr. Prith Banerjee, ANSYS CTO – ANSYS: Future of Simulation
9:45 AMDr. Larry Williams, ANSYS Director of Technology – ANSYS: Five Pillars of Innovation
10:15 AMCoffee Break – Socializing, Booth Displays
10:45 AMDr. Sergio Melais, ANSYS Senior Applications Engineer – ANSYS Electronics Technology and 2020 Updates
11:15 AMDr. Harish Kanchi, ANSYS Senior Application Engineer – ANSYS CFD Overview and Update
11:45 AMChris Cowan, Ozen Engineering – Digital Twin Real-Time Analysis
12:00 PMLunch Break – Booth Displays: Digital Twin prototypes, Ubercloud, 3D Systems, ParticleWorks, Boxx
1:15 PMCan Ozcan, Ozen Engineering – ANSYS Mechanical Technology and 2020 Updates
1:40 PMRalf Lampert, ANSYS optiSLang Head of Business Development – ANSYS Optimization using OptiSLang
2:05 PMMichael Rubbo, Motor Design Lead Application Engineer – MotorCAD Introduction
2:30 PMAdam Remmel, Ozen Engineering – General Introduction to New ANSYS/LS-DYNA
2:50 PMSamuel Lopez, Ozen Engineering – ANSYS Sherlock Introduction
3:10 PMRaffle Prize Drawing – End Socializing, Booth Displays
3:30 PMClose

Don’t miss the chance to…

  • Learn “What is New in 2020R1?”
  • Gain insight into ANSYS’ pervasive engineering simulation strategy and product release news covering Structures (Mechanical FEA), Fluids (CFD) and High/Low Frequency Electromagnetics
  • Listen to industry-speakers showcasing their use of ANSYS simulation
  • Share simulation experiences, best practices, tips and tricks
  • Discuss simulation challenges with ANSYS experts
  • Learn about the latest ANSYS acquisitions
  • Participate in product and application specific works
  • See latest on digital twin technology: connected physical models and digital twins

The complimentary event will feature a day of presentations on 

  • Fluids
  • Structures
  • High and Low Frequency Electromagnetics
  • Multiphysics
This one-day conference will provide detailed insight into how leading companies are utilizing simulation to advance their product development. We will bring together ANSYS users, partners, developers, and industry experts for networking, learning, and sharing of new ideas. The agenda will be announced soon.


This event is FREE to attend, register early to reserve your spot. Breakfast and Lunch will be provided. Complimentary parking is available



1401 N. Shoreline Blvd. Mountain View, CA 94043

Computer History Museum
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