Intelligent Light and FieldView

Come See Us at AIAA Propulsion & Energy

AIAA Propulsion & Energy Forum is coming to Salt Lake City, Utah, July 25-27, 2016 and we'd like to see you there!

Join us in booth #206 to learn how industry leaders like you are benefiting from modern engineered CFD workflows, post-processing and visualization.

Joe Oliver, Global Sales Manager, and Mike Burklund, Applications Engineer, will be on hand to discuss your CFD work and how recent developments by Intelligent Light can help you.

In addition to our participation in the main conference and exhibit, Intelligent Light is also supporting both the Propulsion Aerodynamics Workshop and AIAA's Generation STEM education outreach event (see below).

Attending the conference? We'd like to hear about your interests, goals & challenges. We'd be happy to demonstrate FieldView and answer your questions. See you at Propulsion and Energy!

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AIAA PAW03 Workshop
The 3rd AIAA Propulsion Aerodynamics Workshop (PAW03) July 23-24, will focus on assessing the accuracy of CFD in obtaining multi-stream air breathing system performance and flow structure. Intelligent Light is committed to helping engineers efficiently work through vast and varied datasets to produce meaningful results, comparisons and insights. Intelligent Light is a proud sponsor of the PAW03 in support of this community and improved accuracy in CFD.​

We invite workshop participants and all conference attendees to visit our table outside the workshop where Mike Burklund, Applications Engineer, will be on hand to answer questions, explore ideas and demonstrate FieldView. As part of our Custom Engineered Solutions team, Mike has accumulated extensive experience designing and implementing high-throughput workflows for complex CFD.

AIAA Generation STEM
As part of our ongoing support of science and technology education, Intelligent Light will run an aerodynamics station at the AIAA Foundation's second Generation STEM event.  At Generation STEM, middle schoolers from around the Salt Lake City area will take part in a special Science Fair put on by the aerospace community.  It is the only event of its kind where the aerospace industryis interacting directly with students. The inaugural Generation Stem event in 2015 was a great success and we look forward to more success this year!
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