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Simulation-driven Innovation through Software Scalability: Altair RADIOSS

Eric Lequiniou

Eric Lequiniou

HPC Director at Altair
An expert in software optimization and parallelization on clusters, multi-core architectures, accelerators and coprocessors, Eric developed the Hybrid MPP parallel version of RADIOSS finite element software. After receiving an MSc degree in computer science, Eric started his career in 1994 at CNRS, Laboratoire Informatique du Parallélisme. He joined Mecalog in 1994 and worked for this company until its acquisition by Altair in 2006. Eric holds an Executive MBA from HEC French business school obtained in 2007.
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Accelerating the pace of innovation is enabled by faster and more realistic simulations.  It is a clear goal of computer aided engineering (CAE) to offer a design environment that answers questions and offers insights at the pace of human thought.  … Read More

The Math Connection Between Great Music and Superior Engineering

Keshav Sundaresh

Keshav Sundaresh

Global Business Development Director at Altair
Keshav is a Global Business Development Director and has been with Altair since 2006. He’s responsible for providing corporate business development leadership and direction to Altair’s Math & Systems solution.In this role, he is responsible for driving partnerships by teaming with product development, global sales & channels, marketing and customers. Based in Altair’s world HQ in Troy, MI, Keshav closely works with the software development team. Prior to this, Keshav has held several different roles at Altair including his last role as a global business development manager responsible for Altair’s Multi-body Simulation solution. Before starting his journey with Altair, he worked as a CAE Analyst at a machine tool OEM. Keshav holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Mechanical Engineering from India.
Keshav Sundaresh

You might think comparing music and mechatronics engineering is a stretch, but these two great disciplines have more in common than you might think. Mathematics, abstraction, and connecting the dots (aka combining multiple disciplines) are three common concepts that apply … Read More

Confessions of a Dataset

Fatma Kocer-Poyraz
Fatma Kocer-Poyraz

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“If you torture the data long enough, it will confess” said the British economist Ronald Coase. I will soften this quote as “If you massage the data long enough, it will tell you its story. ” I find this to … Read More

Inspiring Lightweight Design in Automotive

Richard Yen

Richard Yen

Richard has more than 27 years with Altair and just recently became the new Vice-President, Global Automotive. He is responsible for understanding the major trends of the automotive industry, aligning Altair’s technology, formulating marketing message and business strategy to maximize opportunities as well as values to the customers. In the past, he’s held various leadership roles in software, services business and overseas assignments. He earned his Master’s Degree of Mechanical Engineering from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor in 1988. He is conversant in English, Chinese and Japanese.
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Laminated composites – The original additive manufacturing process

Bob Yancey

Bob Yancey

Vice President - Aerospace and Composites at Altair
Bob has degrees from MIT, Virginia Tech, and University of Dayton with a focus on Aerospace Composites. His current role is to define the strategic direction of Altair to meet the growing and changing needs of the Aerospace and Composites Design and Analysis community. He meets with companies and organizations throughout the world to gather their input and communicate to them the solutions Altair provides.
Bob Yancey

Featured Image: Daniele Pugliesi/Creative Commons There is a lot of enthusiasm around additive manufacturing (AM) these days. From high-end applications of AM like the GE fuel nozzle to the home market and hobbyists fairs, AM has captured the imagination of all … Read More

An Overview on Simulation-Driven Innovation

Simone Bonino

Simone Bonino

Vice President of Marketing - HyperWorks at Altair
Simone joined Altair Italy in 2001, and is currently the Vice President of Marketing for HyperWorks® at Altair. He has over 20 years of experience in the PLM market, particularly in the field of manufacturing simulation and business development. His current role includes overseeing the global marketing strategy for the extended HyperWorks brand, integrating contributions from the other Altair divisions, and building a cohesive message with dynamic marketing materials for the CAE and PLM market. He holds an associate degree in mechanical engineering from the Istituto Tecnico Industriale (ITI) Edoardo Agnelli in Torino, Italy.
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Our goal at Altair has always been to provide the best technology at the highest value to our customers, and the HyperWorks 14.0 release is no exception. Simulation-driven innovation is at the heart of HyperWorks 14.0. With over 2,100 new features … Read More

Using HyperWorks to Develop Human Body Models For Vehicle Crash Simulation At Wake Forest University

David Schmueser

David Schmueser

Business Development Manager - Southeastern Region at Altair
David joined Altair Engineering in January 2007 as University Business Development Manager. He currently serves in that role for the Southeastern Region of the United States. He received his BS and MS degrees in Engineering Mechanics, and a PhD degree in Mechanical Engineering, all from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. Prior to joining Altair, Dr. Schmueser worked as a research engineer at Battelle Memorial Institute in Columbus, Ohio and as a senior staff engineer at General Motors Research Labs in Warren, Michigan. He was also an Adjunct Professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan, 1993-2007. He currently is an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Automotive Engineering at the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research in Greenville, SC. Dr. Schmueser has over 30 years experience in light-weight materials design, vehicle optimal structural design, and computer-aided-engineering instruction. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the College-Industry Partnership Division of the American Society of Engineering Education.
David Schmueser

Wake Forest University is a leading research university in biomedical sciences and bioengineering that provides students and faculty with outstanding opportunities for personal and professional growth. The Center of Injury Biomechanics (CIB) in the School of Medicine at Wake Forest … Read More