New Release of Abaqus & fe-safe (Europe)

On February 14, 2018 2:00 (GMT0)

14:00 - 15:30 GMT
15:00 - 16:30 CET

The latest releases of Abaqus & fe-safe are now available. Register for the live eSeminars now to learn about the key new features that will be available in Abaqus and fe-safe 2018.


Learn historical context, best practices, and key insights in Abaqus development.

  • High Performance Computing
  • Multi-scale material modeling
  • Contact modeling enhancements

Get the first look of Fatigue Specialist in the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform among other fe-safe enhancement

  • Weld Fatigue Enhancements
  • FKM guideline support
  • Automated Integrations with Simpack, Tosca, and Isight
  • General fe-safe Enhancements
  • fe-safe/Rubber enhancements

Who should attend?
The eSeminar is targetted at existing users of Abaqus and fe-safe, who would like to get an overview of the new enhancements in the latest release.


Eric Weybrant, SIMULIA R&D Role Director, SIMULIA HQ

Eric Weybrant is the Product Manager for the Abaqus Analysis Products. He began his career at SIMULIA in 1999 and has held positions of increasing responsibility over the years, including Customer Service Engineer, Development Engineer, and Product Specialist, where he performed market research and technical gap evaluations. In his current role as Product Manager, Eric is responsible for capturing the requirements for each release of Abaqus. Eric has a Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Maine.


Dr. Pawel Sobczak, Senior Technical Specialist, SIMULIA UK

Dr. Pawel Sobczak is Senior Technical Manager, fe-safe at DASSAULT SYSTEMES SIMULIA. He is located in Sheffield, UK. He completed his PhD in Mechanical Engineering at Nottingham Trent University, UK in 2003. Dr Sobczak’s previous roles include post-graduate investigative research into biomechanics of spinal implants and in the development and support of commercial software. Pawel has extensive experience in the theory and application of fe-safe and its add-on modules. He is experienced in using ANSYS and Abaqus for static non-linear stress and strain simulations, using both interactive GUI and scripting.