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8th European Altair Technology Conference Update
+49 6421 9684351
8th European ATC will be
relocated to Cité de la Musique
in La Villette, Paris, due to a fire in Cité des Sciences
TROY, Mich., September 14, 2015 –
announced today that the
8th European Altair Technology Conference
(ATC), planned for
September 29th - October 1st
, 2015 at the Cité des Sciences in Paris, France will be relocated to the
"Cité de la Musique"
, due to a fire related, temporary shutdown of the originally planned conference facility until the middle of October. The new location is situated in the same area of Paris, La Villette and just a 10 minute walk from the original venue.
The planning of the conference continues as scheduled and all planned events/sessions listed in the agenda, including the exhibition, are expected to take place on the previously planned dates and times from
September 29th throughout October 1st, 2015
. As the main event location the Cité de la Musique will host keynote sessions, the exhibition, the social events and some of the breakout sessions as well as the conference's on site registration desk. In addition to that, further breakout sessions and technical seminars will take place at the Hotel Mercure La Villette, just across the street from Cité de la Musique and the Pavilion Paul Delouvrier, another venue in the vicinity.
“It was not easy to react to such a challenge only three weeks prior to the conference, but now we are very happy that we could find and announce a new suitable location in such a short time frame. I would like to thank our conference organizational team, who helped tremendously to make this happen,” said Dr. Detlef Schneider, Senior Vice President EMEA, Altair. “The new conference locations are equally well adapted to the needs of our conference and we are still within schedule for everything. The Cité de la Musique venue will guarantee an event to be remembered. This year’s conference will expose an even broader technology portfolio and deeper insight into our solutions through focused technical seminars, inspiring keynote sessions, symposiums, and end-user technical sessions. This agenda structure affords us the opportunity to dive even deeper into special subjects while still covering industry topics of client importance such as multi-disciplinary optimization, Model Based Development, design for 3D printing, lead time reduction, automotive concept design, and high frequency electromagnetics.”
The full agenda and speaker lineup for the 8th European Altair Technology Conference (ATC) are now available
. The European ATC 2015 is free to attend and requires an advanced
. In addition to keynote presentations from Airbus, Alstom, Ford, Hyundai-Kia Motor, Jaguar Land Rover, PSA Peugeot Citroën, Renault Nissan, RUAG, STELIA Aerospace, and Volkswagen, the conference will feature more than 100 technical presentations.
A broad technical showcase, featuring Altair solutions as well as those from the company's software and hardware partners, will run from the evening of September 29th throughout the remainder of the conference. The exhibition area will feature partner exhibits and products highlight from Altair customers, including the largest 3D printed product for space applications by RUAG Space, a 3D printed aeronautic structure from Sogeclair, a bike from Rolo Bikes, and many more. All products were developed using Altair solutions.
In addition to the conference’s platinum sponsors HP and Intel, confirmed ATC exhibitors and sponsors include HBM nCode, Amazon Web Services, AlphaStar , Airbus Defence&Space, AVL, CAEfatigue, CEDREM, Componeering, Cray, FEMFAT, FluiDyna, FLUIDON, GeonX, Granta Design, Loge, Matelys, Materialise, MapleSoft, NAFEMS, NovaCast, Part Engineering, PowersSys, PDTec, Sandbox, Sidact, Software Cradle, and Thermo Analytics.
Media partners of the event include Scientific Computing World and Prototype Today.
Altair is focused on the development and broad application of simulation technology to synthesize and optimize designs, processes and decisions for improved business performance. Privately held with more than 2,500 employees, Altair is headquartered in Troy, Michigan, USA and operates more than 45 offices throughout 24 countries. Today, Altair serves more than 5,000 corporate clients across broad industry segments. To learn more, please visit
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