Second M.I.T. Conference
on Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics

June 17 - 20, 2003

at the
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cambridge, MA 02139 U.S.A.

Effective May 30, 2003

-- Sorry --

Due to an unexpected number of registrations already received

The new regular Registration Fee not including the Proceedings and not including the Conference Dinner is $ 160.- (no charge for students). Space is available for you at all Lectures at the Conference. Note that the Proceedings Books published by Elsevier can directly be ordered from Elsevier at the Conference (the price is not known yet).

Please register under these conditions to attend the Conference. Registration is no longer available. We are looking forward to welcome you at M.I.T.

Παίξε στοιχημα στις καλύτερες στοιχηματικες εταιριες ή στις καλύτερες εταιριεσ στοιχηματων που υπάρχουν σήμερα. Διάβασε αξιολογήσεις και ότι αλλο θέλεις και μάθε τα πάντα για το στοιχημα.

The Second Conference will be held in the same spirit as the First Conference which was held at M.I.T. on June 12 - 15, 2001.
The Proceedings of the First Conference can be obtained through the MIT website. This Conference was held in the same spirit as the First Conference held at M.I.T. on June 12 - 15, 2001. This web site now contains partial details of the Second Conference.

Plenary Panel Discussion


Providing Virtual Product Development Capabilities for Industry: 
The Human Element

Chaired by: Dr. Steve M. Rohde (Quantum Signal, LLC) - steve [-at-]

With the recent trend toward virtual product development involving the use of sophisticated computer-based tools (e.g., CAD, CAM, and CAE), there is an increasing need for more engineers at all levels with not only an understanding of engineering basics, but also an understanding of product development, and the capabilities of the tools used. This panel discussion will address this need. Specifically, topics the panel will address are:


The panel chaired by Dr. Rohde will be comprised of


The format will be to have each panel member present for 5-10 minutes, followed by an open question and answer session.