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Published: 11/2/2015

IDI Composites International composites technology center marks strategic shift
The $1.5 million investment is designed for IDI to help OEMs speed composite parts and products to market more quickly.

Published: 10/19/2015

Hexcel, Mines St Etienne School of Engineering launch new academic chair
The chair will focus on research into digital modeling for next-generation composite structures.

Published: 9/14/2015

Granta Design announces free web seminars on materials engineering
More than 20 new webinars will be offered over the next four months.

Published: 9/8/2015

AnalySwift launches Purdue software to speed composites modeling
AnalySwift is now licensing SwiftComp, software developed at US-based Purdue University and designed to accelerate composite structures design and simulation.

Published: 8/3/2015

NIAR, Dassault Systèmes partner on manufacturing research
The National Institute for Aviation Research (NIAR) and Dassault Systèmes will work on development of next-generation manufacturing materials and technologies.

Published: 7/20/2015

Webinar: Concurrent engineering for composites design
CompositesWorld is presenting a Siemens-sponsored webinar on Aug. 20, 2:00-3:00 pm US Eastern Time, titled "The Choice to Design with Composites: Why Engineering Technology is Key."

Published: 7/8/2015

MSC Software releases Digimat 6.0
New release introduces Digimat-VA to compute virtual allowables.

Published: 6/29/2015

Indiana Manufacturing Institute breaks ground
The Indiana Manufacturing Institute (IMI) is part of a $50 million project where Purdue University will advance research of composites manufacturing.

Published: 6/22/2015

Boeing opens Alabama analytics and simulation research center
The Huntsville, AL, US, research and technology center will employ 220 people and develop simulation systems for composites, ceramics, metals, propulsion, avionics and more.

Published: 6/1/2015

CompoSIDE, Tsai seek collaborators to assess trace-based scaling theory
CompoSIDE and Stanford professor Stephen Tsai are looking for industry partners to help assess Tsai's trace-based scaling approach to composites design, which could help reduce physical testing requirements and speed material acceptance.