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Jan Brugard presents Wolfram SystemModeler workshop at the Technical

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  • Date: Wed, 24 Oct 2012 03:29:46 -0400 (EDT)
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CANdiensten is extremely proud to present Wolfram SystemModeler to the Benelux with Jan Brugard, head of the Wolfram SystemModeler division. This event is hosted by the University of Eindhoven on November 20th.

Wolfram SystemModeler =97 A New Area of Integrated Design Optimization
Increasing the fidelity of modeling has come to the forefront of driving design efficiency.

SystemModeler allows you to create complex simulations of actual systems, run them, adjust variables, and then check what impact your changes have made. It can be used to make models for a huge array of things, including airplanes, spacecraft, cars, ships, industrial robots, joysticks, energy consumption, and health simulations.

Register now! It's free! Seats are limited.
http://www.can.nl/events/details.php?id=89

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Best regards,

Dick Verkerk


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Wolfram SystemModeler Workshop by Jan Brugard
November 20th., TU/e Eindhoven
http://www.can.nl/events/details.php?id=89

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