The Seminar-workshop on computational tools and numerical methods for engineering problems, will take place next Saturday, April 24th.
The seminar will be held in online format from 8:00 am (GMT -5).
Enrique Escolano, Research Engineer at CIMNE and GiD developer will participate in this seminar with a GiD presentation.
This seminar is aimed at the general public who want to learn to use the computer software used in the development of projects in Computational Engineering or Scientific Computing. Not from the theoretical point of view of numerical methods, but from the use of computer packages offered in the market.
The session will be in Spanish.
This event takes place within the framework of the International Seminar on Numerical Methods and Computational Tools 2021, organized by the Centro de Ingeniería Avanzada I+D (CIAID), located in Bogotá, Colombia.
After a successful opening session, we invite you to attend the second session of this free event and to disseminate it to the interested community.
CIAID is an engineering research and development (R&D) center made up of expert professionals in the fields of computational engineering, computer science, industrial automation, energy efficiency and project management.
Their objective is to apply scientific and technological knowledge in various economic, governmental and civil sectors, leaving its mark by complementing the organizational culture with the themes of innovation and technological development.
This session will have the participation of the following speakers.
The GiD presentation will start at 8:30h (GMT -5).
How to participate
The event is free of charge but previous registration is recommended.
Please pre-register using the following form: //docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf6mVTXPT2719lO2Z6rC8BjrNKHzADl8-fmRzPpF-nJBl4s8g/viewform
On YouTube Live
The session will be broadcast synchronously on April 24th from 8:00 AM (GMT-5), through the CIAID social networks:
Youtube Live: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfy1mrSztrVaV94UEpVHYuA
Find more information at the CIAID website and their social networks, YouTube, Twitter and LinkedIn.