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Convergent Science, Inc. Participates in IDAJ’s 2013 CAE Solution Conference in Japan and China

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Convergent Science is thrilled to partner with IDAJ, who distributes and supports CONVERGE™ software in the very important Chinese, Japanese and Korean markets. Convergent Science was pleased to participate in the IDAJ user’s meetings in Yokohama, Japan and Beijing, China on November 7th and 12th, 2013. Each of these meetings had over 200 attendees representing many major automobile manufacturers including SAIC Motor, Chery Automobile, FAW, DongFeng Motor, AVIC China, Shanghai Volkswagen and Geely Automobile.  Presentations were made by companies such as Honda R&D, FAW, Mitsubishi Motors Corporation and Ford Motor Company.  Convergent Science made two presentations entitled:

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“Convergent Science, Inc. Forms New Collaborations with US National Laboratories”

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“Future Development of CONVERGE™: A Roadmap to Increasing the Predictive Capability of Engine Simulations” 

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Convergent Science will continue to work closely with IDAJ to support the far Eastern engine community in their never ending quest to provide cleaner and more fuel efficient engines to the global marketplace.

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View Ford’s presentation featuring CONVERGE™ - Ford Research and Advanced Engineering: Assessing Port Design Effects Using 3D CFD Tool

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Eric Pomraning, Ph.D., Co-Founder & Vice President at Convergent Science, presenting “Convergent Science, Inc. Forms New Collaborations with US National Laboratories”.

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Daniel Lee, Ph.D., Vice President at Convergent Science, presenting “Future Development of CONVERGE™: A Roadmap to Increasing the Predictive Capability of Engine Simulations”.

 

 

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