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Presenters

  • Call for Papers is now closed.
  • Notification to the authors of the accepted abstracts will occur by February 4, 2013.
  • Those accepted will need to submit an electronic copy for their presentation, before May 20, 2013. Accepted abstract presentations will be included in the conference proceedings that will be available to all conference attendees.  
  • It is a requirement for all presenters to register by March 13, 2013 and stay at The Sheraton Downtown Hotel to receive a conference waiver. If an accepted author is unable to stay within the conference hotel, there will be a $200 conference charge. If the primary presenter is not registered by March 13, 2013 their presentation will be removed from the agenda.
  • Please Read the Presenter's Guidelines before Submitting your Abstract

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Example Abstracts

Abstract Presentations from Siemens PLM Connection-

  1. Technology Readiness for Next Generation Analysis
    Abstract: This presentation will focus on the technology readiness assessments of current and emerging functionalities in commercial analysis codes in support of strategic plans. The basis of evaluation is the use case or work flow of various standard work processes in analysis. Strategic considerations will be mapped to functionalities. The coordination of specific development requirements with software developers will be discussed. Also included will be the customization of technical gap fillers in the work flows. A final assessment of the current offerings will be presented.
  2. Design Reuse and Design Change
    Abstract: NX has made tremendous advancements in the area design reuse and design change. This session will demonstrate the tools and techniques to enable efficient design reuse and robust design change.
  3. FE Mesh Morphing Why and How
    Abstract: Engineers can wind up investing significant labor in generating an acceptable mesh along with boundary condition application for complex 2D and 3D finite element models used in gas turbine designs. Subsequently, they may want to perform parametric design modifications or simply ensure that their FE model adequately reflects the latest CAD model update available. However, a direct tie to the CAD model feature history and topology can prove fragile and very difficult to maintain. A custom NX Open API application was developed in-house as a stopgap measure that enables mesh morphing to address some of these needs. The basic use cases and limitations of mesh morphing will be reviewed along with a proposed scheme for leveraging the NX Advanced Simulation CAE topology engine to create a robust solution that should leapfrog available and emerging implementations.
  4. Teamcenter for System Engineering What’s New
    Abstract: This presentation provides an update on new features for TcSE 2007 as well as a review of upcoming features for TcSE 2008.

Were you unable to attend last year's conference and not sure what to present on? Click below for special access to some of 2012's top presentations, which have been opened to ALL PLM World Members for a limited time only!

2012 Highlight Presentations

Suggested Topics

Presentation topics include but are not limited to:

  • User success stories
  • Applications of Siemens PLM products within your company
  • Tips and Techniques
  • Best Practices and Lessons learned
  • Implementation techniques and experience
  • Integration with other design tools in your company
  • Design collaboration using Siemens PLM products
  • Process improvements
  • Documenting Designs in 3D

 

Templates

PLM World approved presenter template in MS PowerPoint (click here to download template)

Please be sure to consult the Presenter Guidelines for details about preparing your presentations.