2014 Japan Altair Technology Conference

Altair Japan celebrated its 16th year of hosting Altair Technology Conference (ATC) this year at the ANA InterContinental in Tokyo July 17th and 18th.

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This global user meeting conference series is offered annually in Asia, Europe and the United States.  The scale of the event in Japan has expanded every year since it began in 1999, with the number of attendees exceeding 500 this year! The Japan ATC is one of the biggest user conferences in the country, uniting experts from various industries to share knowledge and trends in computer-aided engineering (CAE) technology.

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James Scapa, Altair CEO

The Japan ATC included a preview of HyperWorks 13.0 and its new features, as well as various technical seminars. Topics included powertrain solutions, carbon fiber reinforced polymer peeling simulation and structural analysis, and electrical machinery industry solutions. Altair Japan also offered an impressive list of customer presentations, from aerospace to consumer electronics. Technical experts discussed the latest applications of CAE, and many exhibitors and sponsors participated.

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We are very proud to have such a great history of the ATC in Japan and look forward to more great events in the future. Customer presentation materials are available for download online.

Yumi Kasajima

Marketing Manager at Altair Japan
Yumi Kasajima is a Marketing Manager at Altair Japan. Before joining Altair in 2012, she had been working as a Project Manager in a translation company. She studied Business Economics and Slavic Languages in Tokyo University of Foreign Studies.
Yumi Kasajima
Yumi Kasajima

About Yumi Kasajima

Yumi Kasajima is a Marketing Manager at Altair Japan. Before joining Altair in 2012, she had been working as a Project Manager in a translation company. She studied Business Economics and Slavic Languages in Tokyo University of Foreign Studies.

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