Thursday, November 10, 2011

Altair releases student edition of HyperWorks CAE software suite

USA: Altair Engineering, a leading global provider of simulation technology and engineering services, announced the release of the HyperWorks 11.0 Student Edition, a personal academic version of the popular suite of computer-aided engineering (CAE) software used by manufacturers around the world.

The Student Edition offers affordable opportunities for engineering and design students to gain experience in computer simulation with the same software that engineering professionals use to design and develop everything from aircraft and automobiles to computer chips and golf clubs. As part of the program’s global roll-out, the first 200 students in each country to register at the Altair Online Store will receive the HyperWorks 11.0 Student Edition for free.

“Simulation is the fastest-growing market sector in the PLM market, from the earliest phases of conceptual design through to manufacturing the product, and demand is high for graduates with simulation experience,” said Dr. Matthias Goelke, business development director for academic markets at Altair Engineering. “Our goal with this program is simply to make our commercial tools and training materials more broadly available to students to expose and encourage careers in engineering and CAE.”

The HyperWorks Student Edition is available for purchase now through Altair’s Online Store.

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