Seminar: The Benefits of Simulation - Zagreb

Seminar: The Benefits of Simulation - Zagreb

Awareness seminar organized by NAFEMS


Not-for-profit engineering membership association, NAFEMS is organizing a one-day seminar in Zagreb on Monday, 25th March 2019 at the Palace Hotel. Part of NAMFEM's mission is to improve the competitiveness of companies by encouraging them to adopt engineering simulation.

Most of the companies are faced with a number of major business challenges such as increasing competition, increasing expectations of value, quality expectations, increased customization, and shorter useful product life.

The aim of the seminar is to share with the attendees' relevant information on the overall value of engineering simulation to a business, and how it is increasingly a requirement for continued innovation and the ongoing competitiveness of the companies.


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Few more reasons why to attend the NAFEMS 2019:

  • Interesting lecturers and companies from the region

  • The business value of simulation is going to be demonstrated, especially or small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) and industries where simulation is not a mature capability

  • You will find out how to maximize investment in simulation, including change management, skills development, and simulation management

  • Guidance on different methods of deploying a simulation capability will be presented

  • Simulation has and will continue to play a major role in product and process innovation


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Agenda NAFEMS 2019:

09:00

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09:30

NAFEMS EESC Chairman, David Felhos: Chairman's Introduction & Welcome



Rimac Automobili,  Gregor Juretić & Deni Džoja: In-house CAE Analysis in a Fast-paced Environment 



Budsoft, Marcin Wierszycki & Witold Kakol: Accelerating Innovation with the 3D Experience Platform in T&M



Danfoss Trata d.o.o, Bojan Gjerek: The Path to Simulation Democratization



RITEH University of Rijeka, Robert Basan: Rolling-sliding Contact Fatigue Simulations and Solving Related Material Data Problems



eCon Engineering, László Molnár: Simulation for Innovation



Arctur d.o.o, Nejc Bat: Benefits of Simulation – Industry use Cases from the Point of View of a Commercial HPC Infrastructure Provider



KONČAR-Electrical Engineering Institute, Siniša Majer: Detailing the Giants: CFD in Service of Optimization of the Air Flow through Hydro Generators
 


Continental, Marek Slovacek: Chaining between Virtual Manufacturing and Virtual Prototyping Numerical Solution



Roger Keene, Consultant: Some of the Challenges in Adopting Simulation-Driven Innovation and How to Overcome Them



General discussion and closing remarks

16:40

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