Autodesk’s Fusion 360 is the world’s first cloud-based 3D CAD, CAM, and CAE platform. This session will explore how to use Fusion 360 to teach design in a hybrid learning environment. Fusion 360 allows students to work virtually anywhere, with anyone.
Dan is a Senior Technical Program Manager at Autodesk - Education where he helps schools implement Autodesk mechanical and manufacturing solutions. Dan is a nationally recognized instructor, a longtime speaker at Autodesk University and many other education events, and is a guest lecturer at many universities. Before joining Autodesk, Dan worked at an Autodesk reseller where he provided CAD solutions and training to clients for 19 years. He has also authored 25 books on Autodesk 3D mechanical design software.
Gaby Waldman-Fried is a Technical Program Manager in Education at Autodesk, and is the dedicated technical resource for Education Accounts in the Eastern US & Canada. She partners with university customers to understand their technical and curricula challenges, and identifies how Autodesk products can help address these challenges. She demonstrates the value of Autodesk products, specifically Fusion 360, to grow their adoption in curriculum, research, and student projects. She received her B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Olin College of Engineering in 2015. She has been working at Autodesk for 2.5 years. Previously she worked as a Mechanical Engineer at various hardware start-ups in the Boston Area.