SIMULIA Academic Program

Complete Realistic Simulation Solutions for Academic Research and Engineering Education

Achieve your Goals

The Academic Team at SIMULIA is dedicated to helping you achieve your research and educational goals by providing you with our entire collection of Finite Element Simulation tools and community-based resources.

Academic Software Portfolio

From undergraduate coursework to PhD thesis, the SIMULIA Academic Portfolio has what you need for Realistic Simulation, Optimization, Durability studies, Multibody Simulation, CFD and Electromagnetic Simulation.

We’ve taken our entire collection of commercial products and packaged them into simple, affordable offerings for academic budgets. Our Licensing model enables you to purchase exactly what you need now, with the flexibility to explore the additional products on your own schedule

 

  • SIMULIA Academic Research Suite – Commercial-level functionality for advanced research; priced for academic budgets.
  • SIMULIA Academic Teaching Suite – Feature-rich educational licenses for classrooms and computer labs. Model sizes limited.
  • SIMULIA Simpack Teaching and Research License – Commercial-level Multibody Simulation for research and education.
  • XFlow Academic Research – Commercial-level CFD for advanced research
  • XFlow Academic Teaching - Educational licenses for classrooms and computer labs.
  • CST STUDIO Suite products – Electromagnetic Simulation options to support Learning, Teaching and Research at academic institutions. Visit the CST Academic webpage for more information and purchasing details.

 

The academic portfolio is designed to provide access to our full software portfolio including Abaqus, Isight, Tosca, fe-safe and Simpack with three simple-to-order products priced for academic budgets. Our licensing model enables you to purchase exactly what you need now, with the flexibility to explore the additional products on your own schedule.

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Ellen Kuhl, Associate Professor, Stanford University

Anthony Favaloro, PhD Student, Purdue University

Silvestre Pinho, Professor, Imperial College London