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Two Itasca Offices Present their Specialties
Paper Adds Technical Insight to Geothermal Understanding

Minneapolis, MN (February 8, 2013) - Research scientists and engineers committed to understanding how to empower geothermal energy will be in attendance at the Stanford Geothermal Workshop convening on the Stanford University campus in Palo Alto, California next week. The conference will take place at the Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center February 11-13, 2013 and will consider ideas and methods to generate energy from geothermal heat.

Engineers to Gain Practical Expertise in Solving Geotechnical Problems

Minneapolis, MN (February 6, 2013) – Itasca is pleased to announce its spring 2013 introductory training course schedule. Registration is now open for courses in all Itasca software products. All courses will be taught in two- to five-day sessions in Itasca’s Minneapolis office.

2013 to be a solid year for Itasca’s Civil Engineering Prospects
Itasca Takes the Lead in Understanding the Engineering of Hydraulic Treatments
Itasca uses new state-of-the-art software to solve blasting problems
Launch Includes Webinar on New Features

Minneapolis, MN (November 20, 2012) - Itasca is proud to announce the release of FLAC3D Version 5.0. This newest edition of the most comprehensive geomechanical software in the industry is faster, easier and more user friendly than ever before. With speed increases of 15%, overall performance is significantly expanded allowing engineers to resolve complex problems more efficiently.

Just a few of the highlights of Version 5.0 include:

Technical Applications Session Precedes Geomechanical Colloquium

Freiberg, Germany (November 12, 2012) – On November 16, Professor Heinz Konietzky will host the 41st Geomechanical Colloquium at the Technical University Bergakademie Freiberg in Saxony, Germany. This event will attract about 200 attendees, and Itasca Germany will present two papers.

At 1420h:

PFC Version 5 to Launch in 2013

Minneapolis, MN (October 29, 2012) - Itasca will be taking its software and consulting services to Pittsburgh this week when it attends the American Institute of Chemical Engineers conference at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.

Beginning Monday, October 29 and running through Wednesday, October 31, the chief discussion topics in Booth 38 will be PFC2D and PFC3D, analytical design software for process engineering and manufacturing.