In academic science and engineering programs, simulation plays a key role. Simulation tools can help post-graduate and graduate researchers solve complex engineering problems for their master’s thesis and doctoral dissertation research. Meanwhile, simulation helps undergraduate students learn physics and develop experiences in the real world so they can better understand engineering concepts. Even at the high school level, simulation helps students in STEM programs prepare for their next level of education and future careers.
Students and institutions both benefit from the ANSYS Academic portfolio. At no charge, students can download ANSYS’s Student Product for their projects, teamwork, and homework outside the classroom. To meet the needs of multiple users with different levels of expertise, ANSYS provides many affordable services and technologies for undergraduates, graduates, post-grads, and even faculty researchers. ANSYS serves universities and research institutes the world over, providing the highest quality engineering solutions, ensuring students gain top-quality engineering skills and education.
Free Student Product Downloads from ANSYS, Inc.
MOOC: A Hands-on Introduction to Engineering Simulations is a free, on-line training course offered by Cornell University.
ANSYS Student Community is a public forum for the benefit of authorized ANSYS Academic product users, allowing the sharing of ideas, and for open discussion on topics that are of interest to the ANSYS academic user base.