We are excited to announce the preliminary agenda for the CAESES User Conference 2022! We’ll have leading companies with us, such as Rolls-Royce Deutschland, KSB, Siemens Digital Industries and INEOS Britannia. See the event page for all details and registration.
We are excited to announce the new release of CAESES version 5.1.
Parametric modeling, CFD utomation and shape optimization – everything has been improved in CAESES, to let you design and optimize the most competitive products in the market!
Would you like to share your work with CAESES and be a speaker at the CAESES User Conference in September👩🏫?
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Not registered yet for the CAESES User Conference in Berlin? Then this is your last chance to catch the early bird special rates until May 31, 2022, and to be part of this major CAESES event in 2022!
We are excited to announce the opening of registrations for the CAESES User Conference 2022, taking place in Berlin, Germany from Sep. 21-22, 2022.
We are growing our team and would like to wish a warm welcome to our new employees.
Join us for our free workshop “Simulation-Driven Optimization for Advanced Turbocharger Design” on Thursday, Dec 2, 2021 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM CET.
The CAESES student award goes into a second round 🎉 . Many students all around the world, from high school to PhD level, are using CAESES to help them reach the targets of their engineering projects. This might include you.…
Join us for our free webinar “CFD-Driven Shape Optimization of a Globe Valve: An Industrial Case” on October 27, 2021 at 05:00 pm CEST. In this webinar, FRIENDSHIP SYSTEMS joins forces with GEMÜ and SimScale to showcase the automated design exploration and optimization of a globe valve.
A new paper on “Application of Radial Basis Functions for Partially-Parametric Modeling and Principal Component Analysis for Faster Hydrodynamic Optimization of a Catamaran” by FRIENDSHIP SYSTEMS authors Stefan Harries and Sebastian Uharek has been published in the Journal of Marine Science and Engineering (JSME) – Special Issue: Hydrodynamic Design of Ships.