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About SimTech 2011

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From 14 to 17 June 2011, the elite of Simulation Technology research spotlights the city of Stuttgart for one of the major events in the Academic Year 2011: the International Conference on Simulation Technology (SimTech 2011).

For four days, the University of Stuttgart will be all about molecular simulations, multi-scale and multi-physics mechanics, numerical mathematics and interactive visualisation.

These are just some of the research areas of SimTech - the Cluster of Excellence. More than 150 scientists from Stuttgart are currently conducting their high-class research within the cluster. At SimTech 2011, they present their latest results and start a discourse with researchers from the international community.

Find out more about the Main Topics of SimTech 2011. 


In more than a douzen plenary lectures, leading scientists introduce to current insights from the scientific world of simulation technologies. Additionally, a number of poster sessions and mini symposia will take place during the conference. Altogether nearly 200 researcher from more than 20 countries will present their work at SimTech 2011.

Find out more about Conference Programme.


Take the oppurtunity to set out for new horizons beyond your own research area. At SimTech 2011 you can experience the whole spectrum of simulation technologies and you can network with renowned experts on an intedisciplinary level.

Please be aware that you enter a contractual relationship with the Spektrum der Wissenschaft Verlagsgesellschaft mbH by registering via Contoo. Therefore, you have to accept their General Conditions and your account will remain after the SimTech conference.

As an alternative to the Contoo portal you can also register by filling in our Registration form and sending it to us by e-mail, by fax or by a regular mail.

The conference fee amounts 250 Euro, PhD students pay 150 Euro.

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