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2016

  • Call for papers for the 14th German LS-DYNA Forum in Bamberg

    For LS-DYNA users in the German-speaking area, the LS-DYNA Forum has evolved into one of the key events on simulation over the past 14 years. This year, the 14th German LS-DYNA Forum will take place from10-12 October in Bamberg, Germany.

2015

  • 10th European LS-DYNA Conference – DYNAmore is calling for papers

    DYNAmore is calling for papers for the 10th European LS-DYNA Conference, which will be held 15 - 17 June 2015 in Würzburg, Germany. The conference brings together simulation engineers from all over the world and is held in rotation with the International LS-DYNA Conference in Detroit, USA.

2014

  • DYNAmore invites to free LS-DYNA information day in Berlin

    DYNAmore GmbH is inviting all interested parties to come to Ber-lin, Germany on 3 June for a free informational event on "LS-DYNA – The Numerical Simulation Program for Numerous Appli-cations". The aim behind the event is to inform about the general-purpose computational software LS-DYNA and its associated op-timization program LS-OPT.

  • DYNAmore supports the next generation

    DYNAmore GmbH is proud to offer attractive conditions for its company seminars to students and research assistants at universities and research institutes. Our educational program ranges from introductory courses in LS-DYNA to special courses led by instructors with many years of real world experience.

  • FEMZIP makes collaboration between different sites at Faurecia more efficient

    DYNAmore GmbH, announces, that the successful usage of the software tool FEMZIP for the compression of simulation data will be extended for the coming year.

  • ARENA 2036 – Automotive Production Models for the Future

    DYNAmore GmbH is involved in the ARENA 2036 project, the first „research campus: public-private cooperation for innovation” which is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) at the University of Stuttgart.

2013

  • DYNAmore is involved in numerous research and development projects

    DYNAmore GmbH is a medium-sized company for FEM engineering services. Due to the company's affinity to develop fundamentally-orientated methods in simulation technology, DYNAmore is often a contact partner for publicly-sponsored projects.

  • DYNAmore: New version LS-DYNA R7 available

    DYNAmore GmbH announces the release of LS-DYNA R7, which contains many new features and improvements. The focus is drawn on three new solvers for compressible and incompressible fluids as well as for electromagnetism that can be coupled with existing solvers for structure and temperature.

2012

  • DYNAmore LS-DYNA Forum 2012 – a huge success once again

    Over 350 participants from 24 countries visited this year’s LS-DYNA forum, which took place in Ulm in Southern Germany from 9th – 10th October. With 96 high-quality presentations, live demonstrations and rounds of talks, the forum presented a re-markable platform for exchanging information on the topics of LS-DYNA, LS-OPT and associated CAE process chains.

  • Simulation data and process management – An important step for CAx-LoCo at AUDI AG

    Developed by DYNAmore in cooperation with AUDI AG, CAx-LoCo is a software program for managing simulation data and processes. In a ground-breaking workshop on the subject of “The management of simulation data and processes in computational engineering departments at AUDI AG”, the course for the future of the software was set in Ingolstadt on 18th October.

  • Volvo extends LS-DYNA usage to 5,000 licenses

    The Swedish subsidiary of DYNAmore GmbH - DYNAmore Nordic AB – has announced the expansion of the crash simulation software LS-DYNA at the Volvo Car Corporation to 5,000 licenses. Based in the town of Linköping in Central Sweden, DYNAmore Nordic has opened a new branch in Göteborg in order to provide intensive support to Volvo and other customers located there.

  • DYNAmore Swiss GmbH founded

    DYNAmore GmbH founded DYNAmore Swiss GmbH in Zurich last year together with Bernd Hochholdinger. As a spin-off company of ETH Zurich, DYNAmore Swiss GmbH has now moved into its premises at TECHNOPARK® in Zurich.

2011

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