Joint Gridgen/FIELDVIEW User Group Meeting

To Be Held 09 January 2001 in Reno, Nevada

FORT WORTH, TX (15 November 2000) – Pointwise today announced that the annual joint breakfast meeting of Gridgen and FIELDVIEW users will be held 09 January 2001 at the Reno Hilton in Reno, Nevada in conjunction with the AIAA's 39th Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit. Those interested in attending should RSVP to Ms. Heather McCoy at or (888)-GRIDGEN.

The meeting will feature a presentation by Mr. Steve Legensky, General Manager of Intelligent Light, on current and upcoming releases of FIELDVIEW, the world's most popular post-processor for CFD. A briefing on Pointwise's Gridgen CFD preprocessor will be given by Mr. John Chawner, Pointwise's President. Product management and support representatives from both companies will also be available to meet with clients and prospects.

With over a thousand licenses sold world-wide, FIELDVIEWTM is truly The World's Leading CFD Post-Processor. FIELDVIEWTM is a powerful, easy to use software package designed to assist an engineer in the analysis of complex 3D CFD data. FILEDVIEW can accept data from any leading CFD package or format, including CFD-2000®, CFD++®, CFX®, CGNS, COMPACT, FIDAP®, FLOW-3D®, FLUENT®, FLUENT/UNS®, GASP®, KIVA, NPARC/WIND, PHOENICS®, PLOT3D, POLYFLOW®, RAMPANT®, STAR-CD®, TASCFLOW®, and VISIUN®. UNIX Workstations [SGI, HP, IBM, SUN, and DEC] and Intel® PC's are supported.

Intelligent Light has been serving the needs of the scientific and engineering communities with leading-edge software and services since 1984. Through a worldwide distribution and support network, the company provides products and services in visualization, interactive graphics, engineering post-processing, and data analysis. More information is available on Intelligent Light's website at

Pointwise, Inc. is solving the number one problem facing engineering analysts today: mesh generation for CFD and FEA. They do this by being a premier supplier of grid generation software and services centered around the Gridgen software product. Gridgen software is currently in use at hundreds of sites around the world including Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Northrop Grumman, Sandia and Los Alamos National Laboratories, Allison Engine Company, General Dynamics, NASA, Navy, Army, and Air Force Labs, and Raytheon. In addition to developing, supporting, and marketing the Gridgen product family, the company is involved in numerous research and software development projects related to numerical grid generation. Further information on Gridgen can be obtained from Pointwise's World Wide Web site,

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