Up until now, our esteemed bloggers Mark Burhop and Al Robertson were the lone CAE voices on this blog. They've blogged about the finer side of finite element analysis and impressed us with terms like aeroelasticity.
Now there's a new blogger in the simulation squad. His name is Mark Subramaniam.
You saw Mark guest blogging here last year with reports from the NX CAE Symposium.
Mark recently came to Siemens PLM from a European engineering services supplier that provides automotive powertrain and vehicle consulting solutions. There he managed a team of analysts doing combustion and flow simulation. Mark has a bachelor's and master's degrees in engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He conducted graduate research at the Wisconsin Engine Research Center (ERC). His expertise is in applied thermal and fluid sciences, thermodynamics, internal combustion, powertrain and vehicle performance, and analytical methods.
He has a number of interesting blog posts planned in the area of CAD-CAE integration, parallel computing along with tech tips for NX CAE users.