With the rapid pace of innovation and ever-changing technology landscape, we know it’s a constant battle to keep teaching methods relevant and effective.
By teaching with Altair’s cutting-edge engineering simulation and data science technology, you can leverage a livelier, more interactive project-based learning environment – which provides useful context and complements the theory and first principles that you’re striving to help your students understand.
Being able to work on small individual design projects with Altair Software as part of the lectures not only fosters their interest in the possibilities offered by numerical simulation but is also a great basis for their future career.
Clara Schuecker | Montanuniversität Leoben
I recommend Altair Inspire to students because it has an intuitive user interface. It can be learned & used relatively quickly as a design aid to help improve design competition or senior design projects.
Brendan O Toole | UNLV
Altair’s support is outstanding and the students enjoy the ease of use with the software to do their analysis and optimization in course projects.
Wei Chen | Northwestern University
I'm very happy with our Altair Alliance; it's grown from strength to strength and I see it getting better and better. Hopefully, we'll see a lot of our students going out there, utilizing these products, and producing technology we'll all be talking about and recognizing how we moved the process forward.
Clive Hands | Nelson Mandela University
And there’s so much more in Altair’s product portfolio. Find the tools that are right for you by exploring your options in our Teaching Guide.
This success story illustrates how a reputed engineering institute of national acclaim has set-up a CAE - Optimization Lab, equipped with Altair HyperWorks CAE tools, to expose their students to the latest technologies in product design, analysis, and optimization. Within the range of the CAE - Optimization Lab, CoEP has launched various courses to impart knowledge on Altair HyperWorks. This CoEP initiative bridges the gap between industry expectations and needs and the knowledge that graduating students possess. Being trained on advanced and contemporary technologies such as the HyperWorks suite has opened new opportunities for students to embark their career, has improved the national ranking of the college due to investing in a modern and robust infrastructure, and also has benefitted the industry by creating a talent pool of well-trained manpower, available to work on breakthrough engineering initiatives.
As part of educational programs for students to acquire practical skills and knowledge, Aichi University Technology (AUT) participated in a demonstration test competition aiming for future Mars exploration. A Rocket Launch for International Student Satellites (ARLISS), is a competitive event for the evaluation of autonomous robots – conducting tests relating to their autonomous descent back to the ground after being launched 400m above the ground using a small rocket. For the final designed robot, HyperWorks was used for structural analysis to understand whether or not the robot meets requirements, and MotionSolve was extremely useful for practical industrial education that is linked to CAD design.
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