Wichita, KS

Tuesday 09:30, September 27 - Thursday 17:00, September 29, 2022

Dynamic Measurement and Modeling Workshop at the Advanced Virtual Engineering and Testing Laboratory (NIAR)

 

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Event description

The Dynamic Measurement and Modeling Workshop and Training will showcase advancements in ARAMIS Optical Strain, the power that optical metrology tools have in dynamic structural testing, and the ability to verify your FEA models with reality. The NIAR Advanced Virtual Engineering and Test (AVET) Lab has been at the forefront of implementing ARAMIS Optical Strain and dynamic structural testing, advancing their precision measurements with full-field capabilities, and allowing for direct model data import of real-world data. 

Join us in person for our free 3-day Workshop and Training at the WSU NIAR AVET Lab on September 27–29 from 9:30 am – 5:00 pm.

The first day will feature subject matter experts presenting their applications, and days two and three will be devoted more to ARAMIS training and the latest software capabilities with some presentations. On the second day of the workshop, we will be hosting a NASA Tech Briefs webinar on Certification of Materials and Structures with ARAMIS Optical Strain. On the third day, we will be hosting an ARAMIS High-Speed and Crash webinar with Vision Research highlighting the latest Phantom cameras. You won't want to miss this fantastic opportunity to see some of the newest technology development at the WSU NIAR AVET Lab.

Can't make it in person? That's ok. Join our first day virtually. Register here

 

More virtual links:

9/29 session https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87456521195?pwd=RlNnS1BSZ2w5dFNUV0FKZGNMbUlGZz09

 

 

Agenda

When

All sessions are held from September 27th - 29th from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm, and lunch is included. Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions.

Agenda

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Where

The workshop will be held at WSU NIAR AVET Lab in Wichita, KS

Directions/parking at the WSU NIAR AVET Lab.

Recommended Hotel Accommodations

Hyatt Place at Wichita State University
4703 E. 19th Street North, Wichita,  KS   67208, USA
(316) 364-4700
Request the WSU-NIAR rate
King - $104/night
2 Queen - $109/night

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https://www.wichita.edu/industry_and_defense/NIAR/hotels.php

 

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