The 2021 Department of Energy Digital Simulation Conference

Virtual Event | 21 April 2021 | 11:30 AM EST

Virtual cross-collaboration event for the U.S. Department of Energy (DoE) labs engineering community

Engineering simulation and test combined with digital twin to predict real product behavior over the product lifecycle.

Join us as we push the boundaries of science with state-of-the-art simulation and discuss partnering with Siemens for DoE research opportunities. Collaborate with subject matter experts and your peers who are implementing a digital-first vision across their projects during this half-day virtual event. Learn how to use the capabilities of simulation and test, combined with a Digital Twin approach, to help predict performance across all critical attributes earlier and throughout your project.

During this event, see examples of joint DoE/Siemens research projects, and learn how to harness the power of virtual work using:

  • PLM Connected Computer-Aided Engineering
  • Systems Simulation
  • Fluid Dynamics
  • Additive Manufacturing Simulation
  • Mechanical Integrity (structural and structural-thermal)
  • Integrated Multiphysics modeling

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