Digital Engineering Webinar: Parametric and Parallel Simulation in the Cloud for Automotive, Aerospace & Manufacturing
Watch this webinar with Digital Engineering covering parametric and parallel simulation in the cloud for automotive, aerospace, and manufacturing.
Senior Application Engineer
Nolan Halliday is a Senior Application Engineer at SimScale. Nolan is passionate about applying high-fidelity simulation and other advanced technologies to help engineers and designers build better products. He holds degrees in Aerospace Engineering from North Carolina State University.
Kenneth Wong is Digital Engineering’s resident blogger and senior editor.
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