For years, the performance demands placed on high-tech electronics have only gotten more strict. When the latest equipment must be smaller, more powerful, and survive the harshest conditions, designers have more tradeoffs to consider than ever before.
Thankfully, SOLIDWORKS Simulation can predict the thermal, shock, and vibration performance of such products at every stage of the design process. Join Product Managers Damon Tordini and Silvio Perez for a walk-through of how you can take on the challenges of circuit board designer, mechanical engineer and analyst to ensure the best product designs on the first try- all without leaving the SOLIDWORKS ecosystem.
Join us on Wednesday, September 20 in Bothell from 10am-1pm.
This is a no-charge event, however the session is limited to 30 people, so please RSVP today and we will reserve your place!
|10am - 12pm||Ruggedizing the Future: Electronics Design Validation with SOLIDWORKS Simulation Presentation|
|12pm - 1pm||Buffet Lunch|
Damon Tordini SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation Product Manager
Damon Tordini is the Product Manager for Plastics and Flow Simulation out of Hawk Ridge Systems’ Costa Mesa, California office. Damon received the SOLIDWORKS Elite Applications Engineer award in 2012 and is a two-time presenter at SOLIDWORKS World. When he's not waiting for his last simulation to finish, you can probably find him making some kind of noise which he claims is music.
Silvio Perez, SOLIDWORKS Simulation Product Manager
Silvio is the Simulation Product Manager based out of our Mountain View, CA office. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from San Jose State University with several years of experience in technical sales, support, and training for all SOLIDWORKS analysis products. When not working on some analysis study, you will find Silvio at a local Bay Area brewery enjoying a nice cold beer while watching a game.