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The live 2020 event has been postponed to 2021, due to rising concerns about the threat of Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV). Registration will remain open.
Due to rising concerns about the threat of Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV), we have decided to postpone the upcoming 2020 Nordic Simcenter Conference, to 2021
At Siemens, the health of our customers, employees and other stakeholders is our top priority. Siemens has global task forces continuously monitoring the impact of 2019-nCoV. We are evaluating all new developments and determining measures to protect the health of our customers, employees and communities in accordance with the guidance of international and national authorities. In light of this, we made the decision to cancel all events during the month of March and April and curtail commercial travel for our employees.
We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, yet we are convinced acting in an abundance of caution to prioritize the safety and health of our customers, employees and communities is the right decision for all those involved in the event.
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The Nordic Simcenter Conference is an exciting event that will bring together simulation, test, and design exploration in an industry themed agenda.
Together we will explore how simulation and test are contributing to the realization of the Digital Twin, and examine how adopting a holistic approach to predictive engineering analytics is essential in developing innovative products that exceed customer expectations.
The Digital Twin, for product ideation, realization, and utilization, is the state of the art approach companies follow to deliver innovation. Digitally mirroring the product over its entire life cycle can present several advantages, such as more effective development, better manufacturing precision, smarter product behavior and much more.
The Simcenter simulation and testing solutions portfolio, built on the legacy of LMS solutions, CD-Adapco, Tass, and others, allows manufacturers to build and maintain a Digital Twin in support of performance engineering during product development.
A detailed agenda will be made available at a later date.
Questions? Please contact us.
Jan Leuridan, Siemens Digital Industries Software, Keynote Speaker
Dr. Leuridan joined Siemens Digital Industries Software through the acquisition of LMS International NV in 2013. He is currently responsible for the simulation and test solutions business segment, and also serves as CEO for Siemens Industry Software NV. Prior to joining Siemens, Dr. Leuridan was the Research and Development Manager for LMS International, was appointed to the position of chief technical officer, and also served as a member of the company’s Board of Directors. He holds an M.Sc. and Ph.D. from the Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering of the University of Cincinnati, and an engineering degree from the Department of Mechanical Engineering of the University of Leuven, Belgium.
Jessica Svensson, NEVS, Keynote speaker
Jessica Svensson, Chapter Leader Hardware CAE Simulations & CAx Methods. More information will follow.
Demonstration of Siemens Testlab Sound Designer for active sound design
Experience how the Siemens Simcenter Testlab Sound Designer solution for designing both exterior and interior sound works! We will demonstrate the solution utilizing vehicle parameters to develop the sound and validate those active sounds directly inside an electric vehicle. Siemens offers a dedicated solution based on proven technology to create rich and lively sound in an efficient way.
Special training for conference attendees:
The conference will be complemented by training sessions in the Simcenter solutions.
Session: STAR-CCM+ training for experienced users
Advance your knowledge and become a more efficient user of STAR-CCM+. Training is delivered as lectures and is free of charge for attendees of the Simcenter Conference Nordic.
The course includes both lectures and hands-on training and will cover the following topics:
The training sessions will have a capacity of 30 attendees. For registration please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Session: Simcenter Amesim introduction
This course is an introduction to Simcenter Amesim. You’ll learn the workflow of building multi-physics models from scratch, parametrizing them and using our powerful post-processing and analysis features in Amesim. The course will be well balanced between explanation of the tool, simulation theory and background as well as hands-on exercises that you will perform under our guidance.
Following this course, you’ll have the skills to explore the world of system simulation with Simcenter Amesim!
Practical information: You’ll need to bring your own laptop to the course. We’ll share the install files for Amesim beforehand to the registered participants, so that you have time to install the tool before the course. On the day of the course, we’ll provide training licenses that are valid for two weeks. This means you’ll have the chance to apply your acquired knowledge, explore our huge catalogue of demo models implemented in the tool or simply build your own system model from scratch!
Hardware requirements: 64-bit Intel® or compatible processor (AMD) except Intel® Itanium® 1 and 2, 4GB RAM, 18GB disk space, 64-bit operating system (Windows 7,8/8.1,10 or Linux)
The training will have a capacity of 12 attendees.
For registration please contact email@example.com
Session: Thermal characterisation of electronics packages
Without appropriate thermal management all electronic systems would fail. Thermal management consequently requires efficient and reliable tools in order to improve the quality of thermal design and reliability of electronic packages.
In this session you will be introduced to state-of-the-art tools and methods used to plan the cooling of electronic systems ranging from the smallest chips to the biggest power electronic assemblies. A particular emphasis will be put on the use of model calibration, numerical CFD simulations and reduced order modelling techniques.
The training will have a capacity of 12 attendees.
For registration please contact firstname.lastname@example.org