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NUMECA Russia has the pleasure to invite you to its 4th User Meeting, which will be held in Saint-Petersburg, on December 14th to 16th 2016.

The event will take place at one of the most famous Universities of Russia: Peter the Great St.Petersburg Polytechnic University, in the heart of this beautiful city.  

Experts of NUMECA and Concepts NREC, as well as representatives of leading companies in Turbomachinery, Aerospace, Marine and other fields, will speak at the conference about how to solve practical and research design challenges in the fields of:

  • Turbomachinery,
  • Air and Space,
  • Shipbuilding,
  • Automotive,
  • Hydraulic machines
  • and others…


The meeting will be opened by Prof Charles Hirsch, President and Founder of NUMECA, Professor at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, author of fundamental scientific works on the turbulence application of CFD methods in turbomachinery and aircraft and academician of the Flemish Royal Academy of Sciences and Arts. He will be giving a presentation about "NUMECA Cutting Edge CAE Technology, covering recent multiphysics developments, as well as UQ and Robust design".


You are kindly invited to join us for these 3 days of users’ presentations, products seminars and technical discussions. Take advantage of this opportunity to meet our development teams, to discuss your requirements and our latest developments, and share your experience and views.

Moreover guests will have a chance to join excursions to the Supercomputer Center of the University: SPbPU, as well as other research laboratories and a sightseeing tour of Saint-Petersburg.

Participation is free.  To register or if you have further questions, please contact us at:  

We are looking forward to welcoming you soon!


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Anne-Marie Schelkens

Anne-Marie is the Marketing & Communications Coordinator at Numeca International, based in Brussels. Prior to joining the company in 2016, she held various roles in the automotive and ICT industry in Belgium and Spain.


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