On June 26th, 2014 Altair hosts it 2nd European Academic Day embedded in the European Altair Technology Conference ATC.
This year, however, the focus of the event is to provide a platform for commercial and non-commercial users to meet, discuss and initiate future collaboration. We therefore renamed this event into
Academic & Industry CAE Collaboration Day.
Following the planned sessions of the day:
Part I: Speakers from industry present cooperation opportunities with/for universities
- ACENTISS (Dr.-Ing. Josef Mendler, CEO)
- FutureIng – Creativity and Innovation: Engineering by Students (Kwthaman Mahadevan)
- KAEMaRT – Knowledge Aided Engineering Manufacturing and Related Technologies – group (Ph.D. Marina Carulli)
- CEDREM – Pushing the Borders with a Vision and Experience (Karine Thoral-Pierre)
Student Contest Project Overview & Exhibition
- Development and Optimization of particular components of a Formula Student Racecar with HyperWorks (Toni Wächtler, RaceTech Freiberg, Germany)
- Simulation driven development of a new car chassis (Sebastian Hennecke, Johann Lohr; Hydro2Motion Team Germany)
Part II: Presentations by professors, researchers and students
- Thermo-elastic optimization for additively manufactured turbo machinery components (Joona Seppälä, Technical University Munich Germany)
- Design of a concept sportscar and wheelchair for paraplegic drivers using topology optimization (Francesco Di Giuseppe, University Of Camerino Italy)
- Indent Tests for Explosive Equation of State Determination (Dr. Michel Arrigoni, ENSTA Bretagne France)
- Experimental and numerical simulation of shock waves generated by pulsed underwater electrical discharges (Dr. Ekaterina Mazanchenko, PPRIME Institute – ISAE-ENSMA France)
- Easy creation and validation of beads using OptiStruct® and CATIA V5® (Alexander Krauß, University Zwickau Germany)
- Numerical optimization of racing car for the shell eco-marathon race (Mateusz Wąsik, Silesian University of Technology Poland)
- Multistage Structural Optimization in the Design of a Lightweight Electrical Vehicle in the Project VisioM (Bernhard Sauerer, Technical University Munich Germany)
Part III: HyperWorks 13.0 Update:
- HyperMesh 13.0
- Optimization with OptiStruct 13.0 (also composite optimization process)
- Solvers: RADIOSS, OptiStruct (nonlinear implicit), AcuSolve (CFD), MotionSolve (MBD)
For more information about the ATC and the venue please visit our website at: www.altairatc.com/europe
Your participation is FREE of charge but registration is required!
We are looking forward to welcoming you to Munich!
The Altair EATC and University Team