ANSYS Advantage SPOTLIGHT ON ACADEMICS. Volume VIII, Issue 1, 2014
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SIMULATE OR PERISH
We’re all familiar with the academic adage “publish or perish.” While the need to carry out groundbreaking research worthy of publication remains unchanged, today’s professors face new challenges. Engineering is becoming more multidisciplinary, as research teams collaborate across schools and departments — sometimes partnering with industry — to develop innovations such as artificial hearts and hybrid vehicles. This requires new simulation tools that capture the full range of physics.
Because they recognize the multiphysics breadth, capability, accuracy and scalability of ANSYS software, faculty today incorporate ANSYS tools in their research to a greater degree than ever. Each year, more than 8,000 academic papers are published based on studies conducted using ANSYS software. This special issue of ANSYS Advantage is filled with examples of exciting, leadingedge research enabled by ANSYS.
According to Dean of Engineering Gerald Holder at the University of Pittsburgh (see article on page 14), dramatic improvements in high-tech tools have supported enormous advancements in engineering research and education.