ESTECO joins new research projects: Composelector, UTOPIAE, Double Face 2.0, ESA ITI
ESTECO is proud to participate in numerous European, Regional and Interregional research projects where the exchange of ideas helps identify and develop new fields of application for our optimization technology. In 2016 three European projects were funded: UTOPIAE, Double Face 2.0, ESA ITI (funded by European Space Agency). In 2017 ESTECO is taking part in COMPOSELECTOR project funded by the European Union through the EU Horizon 2020 programme.
EnginSoft and ModeFrontier at the 6th International Conference on Laser Peening in South Africa
The ESTECO multi-objective optimization platform, modeFRONTIER, was prestented at the 6th edition of the International Conference on Laser Peening and Related Phenomena, which took place in Gauteng Province, South Africa from 06 - 11 November 2016. The event was hosted by the University of the Witwatersrand in collaboration with the The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) National Laser Centre.
Keynotes announced: NASA, Air Force and Lucid Motors join the ESTECO Technology Day lineup
As the inaugural ESTECO Technology Day is approaching, we are pleased to announce three high-profile keynote speakers who will join the lineup at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on 21 March, 2017: Adam Wroblewski from the NASA Glenn Research Center, Darcy Allison and Steven M. Iden from the Air Force Research Laboratory and David Moseley from Lucid Motors.
modeFRONTIER UM16 Proceedings now available!
We are pleased to announce that the modeFRONTIER International Users' Meeting 2016 proceedings are now available in our resource center. With 38 presentations given last May in Trieste (Italy), the conference proceedings cover several engineering stories across every industrial sector. Skim the abstracts and learn how innovative customers and partners used our design optimization technology to gain and maintain leadership in their respective fields.
VIDEO | Polestar Cyan Racing comes out on top using modeFRONTIER
Cyan Racing, the official motorsport partner of Polestar (Volvo Cars), has been using modeFRONTIER to optimize the performance of its race cars since 2008. The company’s Chief Race Engineer, Per Blomberg, participated in the 7th modeFRONTIER International Users' Meeting, pointing out to the benefits of ESTECO technology in terms of finding the best setup for each racing circuit.
ESTECO Academy Design Competition: 233 qualified participants from 20+ countries
The registration deadline for the ESTECO Academy Design Challenge in partnership with Aprilia Racing and Gamma Technologies closed on Wednesday, 30 November. More than 500 individuals from over 30 countries have expressed their interest. Out of these, 233 have qualified to compete by satisfying all the criteria of the call.
First ESTECO Technology Day on Design Optimization to be held in Los Angeles
We are pleased to announce our first corporate event on the West Coast, which will be held in a very special venue. Come join us on March 21, 2017, at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library outside of Los Angeles, CA for the inaugural ESTECO Technology Day on Design Optimization.
Congratulations to Land Rover BAR on winning the Louis Vuitton ACWS!
We congratulate Land Rover BAR on the great win of the Louis Vuitton ACWS after yesterday's performance in Japan. As a technical partner of the team, we are proud to have contributed to the win and wishes Sir Ben Ainslie and crew all the best with the next round of the competition.
ESTECO modeFRONTIER 2016 Update 1 | NOW AVAILABLE!
With the modeFRONTIER 2016 Update 1, just released, users will benefit from new features and improvements that facilitate optimization and integration tasks.
ESTECO optimization technology now available within ExaCLOUD®
We are proud to announce that modeFRONTIER advanced optimization capabilities are now available within ExaCLOUD® through the integration with PowerFLOW by Exa Corporation. ExaCLOUD is a scalable, secure, SaaS environment which provides access to Exa’s full suite of simulation software on tens of thousands of high-performance computing (HPC) cores – all through a web interface.