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Call For Papers – Speaker’s Guide
The SolidWorks World planning committee is accepting submissions for the user agenda at SolidWorks World 2010! As a member of the Dassault Systemes SolidWorks community, you are invited to submit a presentation for consideration as a speaker at SolidWorks World 2010 International User Conference and Exposition taking place in Anaheim, CA at the Anaheim Convention Center, January 31 – February 3, 2010.

The categories below outline the type of material that is needed to create informative and exciting presentations. We need your help to make this the best user agenda ever! Complete your submission on this site to be considered for a speaking spot at SolidWorks World 2010.

Categories:

    CAD Administration
    Data Management

  • Team Data Management
  • Enterprise Data Management
  • Personal File Management
    Design Automation

  • General
  • API
  • Design Tables
    Design Communication

  • General
  • eDrawings
  • Rendering
  • Animations
  • 3DVIA Composer
    Design Validation

  • General
  • Mechatronics
  • Structural Analysis
  • Flow Analysis
  • Advanced Analysis
  • Tolerance Analysis
  • Sustainability
    Education
    Modeling Essentials

  • General
  • Managing Large Assemblies
  • Mold/Tool/Die
  • Sheetmetal
  • Surfacing
  • Sketching
  • Weldments
  • Working with SolidWorks Drawings
  • Mechanism Design
    Productivity Tools

  • General
  • Routing, Piping, Harnessing
  • ECAD to MCAD
  • Hardware and 3D Content
  • Data Translation
  • Design Standards
    Customer Success/Designing Better Products

Presenter Requirements:

  • Must be a polished speaker with a minimum of 2+ years public speaking or teaching experience.
  • Must be using the latest release of SolidWorks at the time of the conference.

Speaking opportunities include:

  • Breakout Session speakers (for sessions that last from 60 to 90 minutes) – must have experience presenting technical information effectively, providing interesting, original, and informative content. SALES PITCHES NOT ACCEPTABLE.
  • Hands-On Breakout Sessions (for sessions that last from 60 to 90 minutes) – Hands-On sessions entail presenting to no more than a maximum of 30 attendees who will each have use of their own computer. Hands-On simply means that attendees will have the ability to follow along and actually “do” what the presenter does, so they have a “hands-on” experience in the session. The presenter must have experience presenting technical information effectively, providing interesting, original and informative content. Hands-on sessions require a second speaker to act as a guide to keep the class up-to-speed with the pace. SALES PITCHES NOT ACCEPTABLE

SUBMIT HERE!!

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