Webinar - Faster, More Efficient Modeling With Next-Gen HyperMesh
The next generation HyperWorks experience was created to enable teams to move from physics to physics, domain to domain or even create reports without ever leaving their simulation model. Every tool in the suite delivers a solution-specific workflow with a meticulously designed and discoverable user-interface, differentiated for each user profile, but still familiar across the toolset.

Altair started delivering on this vision with the initial release of Inspire and has continued to bring more and more functionality to its customers with each release. Now, the next generation HyperMesh provides a modern environment for meshing, modeling, and morphing with no loss of existing functionality for long-term customers.

Learn about the reimagining of Altair HyperMesh and how your product development can benefit today.

During this expert-led webinar, the presenters will showcase:
  • Brand new workflows for geometry recreation and editing
  • Midmeshing and interactive batch meshing
  • Free direct morphing
  • Parts and reps management
  • Concept design iteration

About the Speakers:
Chris Peterson, Director of Digital Product Design at Altair, is responsible for defining the user experience for the modeling and visualization products. Chris got his start at Altair 15 years ago in the product design group out of Irvine, CA using CAE and optimization methods to develop structures and design products. Prior to his current role he’s held positions in Program Management for the OptiStruct interface to HyperMesh, HyperBeam, and BasicFEA.

Jose Maria Cueva, Senior Program Manager for Digital Product Design at Altair, has over 12 years of experience in the world of computer-aided engineering and product design & development. He joined Altair in 2007 first as an Application Engineering, and then as a Project Engineer for Altair’s Product Design team. During this time he helped develop and improve products in a wide range of industries, including heavy trucks, space vehicles, and consumer & electronic goods, to name a few. After this and for the past 7 years, he’s held positions in Program Management for Altair’s OptiStruct and HyperWorks products. Jose holds a BS degree in Mechatronics Engineering and an MS degree in Manufacturing Systems & Product Design from Tecnologico de Monterrey university in Mexico.

This webinar is sponsored by Altair Engineering. To watch, please complete the form on this page.