OCT. 21 - FREE WEBINAR: How to Transition from Parametric to GD (Generative Design)

In this Hot Seat panel discussion, attendees will learn how to transition from parametric to generative design.

In this Hot Seat panel discussion, attendees will learn how to transition from parametric to generative design.

Siemens, Ansys, and Autodesk join a panel to discuss the transition from Parametric to Generative Design.


DATE: Thursday, October 21, 2021
TIME: 1:00 PM ET/ 10:00 AM PT

As generative design (GD) adoption gains momentum, GD tools and features become part of the existing design programs, originally developed for parametric modeling.

In this Hot Seat episode, we ask software developers to provide a roadmap for those entrenched in parametric modeling to adopt GD.

Tune in to learn:

  • how to ask the GD algorithms to give you the right design;
  • how to evaluate software-proposed designs;
  • how to apply GD strategies with parametric CAD programs.

Our presentation will be followed by a LIVE Q&A session.

Register for the Hot Seat Webinar here.

 

Speakers:

Justin Hendrickson
Director Product Management
Ansys

Mike Nicolai
Head of Simcenter MBSE
Siemens Digital Industries Software

Seth Hindman
Product Management & Strategy for Generative Design, Simulation & Machine Learning
Autodesk

Moderator: Kenneth Wong
Senior Editor
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