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June 2, 2017
Once a relatively obscure role focused on independent study, the computer-aided engineering specialist has become a highly sought-after asset. Engineering organizations have ramped up their simulation efforts to boost product innovation and become more competitive.
The expanded focus has fueled a flurry of investment in new CAE analyst hires, but the number of on-staff simulation experts still pales in comparison to the broader engineering and design community.
The limited number of CAE specialists is highly valued not just for their in-depth knowledge of finite element analysis (FEA) and computational fluid dynamics (CFD), but also for their expertise in more specialized analysis and multiphysics domains. With only so many CAE experts to go around, engineering organizations are challenged to embrace new ways of working that can help propagate this rich source of intellectual capital throughout the engineering ranks and over the course of the complete design lifecycle.