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KFX basic training course, April 3-5 2013

We are pleased to inform you that we intend to run a three day basic KFX training Course in Trondheim April 3, 4 and 5 2013.

The course is a basic course aiming to enable users to understand how KFX is operating and how to put up cases, run them and post process simulation results. The course is for new users of KFX but will also be good for those who want to refresh the KFX knowledge and will probably also give opportunities for more advanced questions and examples as well.

The course will partly be based on the KFX tutorial, and the main outline of the course is shown here. Dr Rune Kleiveland will be in charge of the training.

The cost will be NOK 15.000,- per person.

You can sign up for the course by sending an email to Anette . Feel free to let us know if you want any assistance with hotel accommodation.

 

To read more, please visit the ComputIT website.

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