Innovation & Quality

NUMECA International is pleased to bring you an exciting workshop on how to significantly cut costs and save time in ship design thanks to our unique, state-of-the-art FINE™/Marine software.

BUREAU MAURIC will open the workshop with an introduction on how they implement FINE™/Marine in their designs and some best practices. We will give you insights on how to reduce engineering time, gain efficiency and create superior designs using NUMECA's FINE™/Marine CFD simulation tools.

Moreover you will get hands-on FINE™/Marine experience for fully automatic simulations with the C-Wizard (mesh and set-up).


Aerodynamics of a sailing boat


We will show you how the latest advancements in CFD make this technology highly accessible for any company in need of more affordable design solutions.


Key benefits:

  • Get hands-on FINE™/Marine experience
  • Learn from and discuss with expert speakers
  • Run CFD simulations on HPC and get high-accuracy results in minimum time thanks to FINE™/Marine (powered by UberCloud and CPU 24|7)

When: Thursday January 19th 2017 - 10:30 am to 4:00 pm
Venue: Marseille, France
École Centrale de Marseille
38 Rue Frédéric Joliot Curie, 13013 Marseille, France

Don’t miss out! Registration is free but mandatory and places are limited.


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Steve Laldjee

Steve LALDJEE got a Engineering’s Degree in Mechanical Computation at the ENSIETA, now ENSTA Bretagne (France). Hired in Free Field Technologies in 2008 (now part of MSC Software), he worked for more than five years on acoustic simulation projects, mainly in the aeronautics industry and more particularly on turbofan aero-engine nacelles, both in Toulouse (Airbus projects) and in Southampton (European project involving the ISVR and Rolls-Royce). He moved to the sales department in 2013 and was in charge of managing the full sale cycle (direct and through MSC Software company) of the Actran software and related consulting projects and trainings in France & APAC (excl. China). Since 2014, he is Account Manager at NUMECA International (Brussels).


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