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We here at PADT would like to remind you that our webinar covering the significance of simulation for startups is taking place soon! Join us: Wednesday January 25, 2017 From 12 pm – 1 pm MST PADT’s Co-owner and Principal, … Continue reading
Phoenix Analysis & Design Technologies Presents: ANSYS Startup Program: The Significance of Simulation Wednesday January 25th, from 12 pm – 1 pm MST We here at PADT would like to remind you about our upcoming webinar covering the importance of … Continue reading
Phoenix Analysis & Design Technologies Presents: ANSYS Startup Program: The Significance of Simulation Do you work for a startup of know someone who does? PADT would like to invite you to attend our upcoming webinar in support of the ANSYS … Continue reading
Welcome to 2017. We are all very excited about what we have planned for events this year. As we travel around the country, and the world, we hope to have to chance to meet many of you who follow PADT. … Continue reading
Welcome to December! The holiday season is upon us as is the end of 2016. It has certainly been an eventful year, although we don’t have a lot going on event wise this month, just two things. We will take this … Continue reading
Phoenix! The Co-Owner of PADT, Inc. Eric Miller will be at The Gateway Center for Entrepreneurial Innovation (CEI) this Friday, November 18th, from 12-1pm to discuss how ANSYS software is helping new entrepreneurs drive success through simulation. This is a free event, and while … Continue reading
The Wake Forest Institute of Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM) hosted about 400 attendees at the annual Biofabrication conference, held this year at Winston-Salem, NC (Oct 28-Nov 1, 2016). The conference included a 2 hour tour of WFIRM’s incredible facilities, 145 posters, … Continue reading
Click Here to Register Click Here to Register Can’t make it? Keep an eye out as we will be hosting events in other locations as the roadshow continues on! In the meantime, click here for more information on the ANSYS … Continue reading
Welcome to November, when things start getting really busy with end of year events. We have a lot going on with celebrations and seminars. Take a look and we hope to see you this month! November 6-10: Las Vegas, NV … Continue reading
Customers, friends, partners, and students braved 100 degree temperatures and some unusual traffic to gather at PADT’s Tempe office to celebrate engineering and manufacturing in Arizona at Nerdtoberfest. Machinists, startup experts, engineers, and professors mingled under the stars and took … Continue reading
The verdict is in, if the company barq! actually existed they would have raised a lot of seed money yesterday. Members of the Phoenix area startup community gathered at PADT to try out a new idea: what if the experts … Continue reading
The teams are set, the judges have confirmed. Details on the fake company has been shared. It is time to see how the professionals pitch a tech startup. The area’s best startup incubators and accelerators are facing off in this head … Continue reading
Welcome to October, fall, and the last three months of the year. This month we have our normal collection of events plus a very special open house at our Tempe Office to celebrate engineering and manufacturing in Arizona. This very … Continue reading
About 40 people joined us at CEI this Monday at the start of Arizona BioScience week for some blunt talk about Medical Device development for startups. It was a great crowd and the quesitons were almost as (OK, maybe more) … Continue reading