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November 10, 2016 |  Weissach

November 10, 2016 |  Weissach

Simulation methods are pioneers of the mobility of the future. They enable engineers to analyze highly complex interrelationships within the shortest possible time and to efficiently cope with hitherto unsolved problems. Even though this technology may play a pivotal role in the design of future mobility concepts, it is the impending challenges that are of major importance to society. Mobility is one of the central pillars in the inexorable striving of an ever-growing world population for more prosperity. Alternative drive concepts, resource efficiency and lightweight design, vehicle connectivity, data analysis and autonomous driving are trend-setting concepts to avoid a global collapse in the mobility sector. For this purpose, existing technology has to be linked – through technology transfer – to the latest achievements from the academic and business communities.


The peripheral conditions that arise from globalization require more than an adjustment of the final products. On the contrary, they call for a new way of thinking in the development process and the training of future engineers. Due to a consistent method development, innovative simulation methods together with the use of high-performance computing (HPC) allow us to tap into as yet unused potential.

Simulation methods are pioneers of the mobility of the future. They enable engineers to analyze highly complex interrelationships within the shortest possible time and to efficiently cope with hitherto unsolved problems. Even though this technology may play a pivotal role in the design of future mobility concepts, it is the impending challenges that are of major importance to society. Mobility is one of the central pillars in the inexorable striving of an ever-growing world population for more prosperity. Alternative drive concepts, resource efficiency and lightweight design, vehicle connectivity, data analysis and autonomous driving are trend-setting concepts to avoid a global collapse in the mobility sector. For this purpose, existing technology has to be linked – through technology transfer – to the latest achievements from the academic and business communities.


The peripheral conditions that arise from globalization require more than an adjustment of the final products. On the contrary, they call for a new way of thinking in the development process and the training of future engineers. Due to a consistent method development, innovative simulation methods together with the use of high-performance computing (HPC) allow us to tap into as yet unused potential.

Event content

With the simpulseday greenCAE the asc(s will put the focus on the significant contribution of state-of-the art computer technology on the way to environmentally friendly vehicles for an entire day. We want to highlight future challenges and build the bridge to the development of simulation and HPC methods. This event will be a cornerstone for the development of a greenCAE strategy, and the asc(s, being an internationally established interest group, will implement it in a responsible manner amongst its members in the years to come. The greenCAE strategy serves as a roadmap for outstanding project plans and innovative developments. The event’s target audience are decision-makers in politics and mobility, managers in the automotive industry, development engineers, scientists and all interested parties in the field of virtual vehicle development.

 

Event content

With the simpulseday greenCAE the asc(s will put the focus on the significant contribution of state-of-the art computer technology on the way to environmentally friendly vehicles for an entire day. We want to highlight future challenges and build the bridge to the development of simulation and HPC methods. This event will be a cornerstone for the development of a greenCAE strategy, and the asc(s, being an internationally established interest group, will implement it in a responsible manner amongst its members in the years to come. The greenCAE strategy serves as a roadmap for outstanding project plans and innovative developments. The event’s target audience are decision-makers in politics and mobility, managers in the automotive industry, development engineers, scientists and all interested parties in the field of virtual vehicle development.

 

Event location:

Strudelbachhalle
Flachter Str. 60 |  71287 Weissach
Germany

 

Event location:

Strudelbachhalle
Flachter Str. 60 |  71287 Weissach
Germany

 

Event fees:

€ 390.- for members of asc(s
€ 475.- for non-mebers of asc(s
Universities and public research institutes receive a 50% discount on the event fees.  

Event fees:

€ 390.- for members of asc(s
€ 475.- for non-mebers of asc(s
Universities and public research institutes receive a 50% discount on the event fees.  

The event fee excludes VAT.
 
The event fee excludes VAT.
 
If you would like to register please contact administration department (events@asc-s.de) which will check availability of tickets.
If you would like to register please contact administration department (events@asc-s.de) which will check availability of tickets.

Visit our sponsors at the exhibition hall during the event.

Visit our sponsors at the exhibition hall during the event.

GOLD SPONSORS

GOLD SPONSORS

 

SILVER SPONSORS

 

SILVER SPONSORS


 

The attractive sponsor packages make it easy for you to choose the simpulseday greenCAE as a marketing and networking platform - read more in our sponsoring brochure (PDF).

 

The attractive sponsor packages make it easy for you to choose the simpulseday greenCAE as a marketing and networking platform - read more in our sponsoring brochure (PDF).

 

AGENDA

 

AGENDA

8:00 a.m.

8:00 a.m.

Registration of the event guests - visit to the exhibition

Registration of the event guests - visit to the exhibition

9:00 a.m.

9:00 a.m.

Initial welcome and motivation

Initial welcome and motivation

9:15 a.m.

9:15 a.m.

Welcoming address by political dignitary

Welcoming address by political dignitary

9:25 a.m.

9:25 a.m.

KEYNOTE
Simulation and Virtual Reality as future links between Customer and OEM
Dr. Ulrich W. Schiefer
Managing Director
AtTrack GmbH

KEYNOTE
Simulation and Virtual Reality as future links between Customer and OEM
Dr. Ulrich W. Schiefer
Managing Director
AtTrack GmbH

9:55 a.m.

9:55 a.m.

Fast-forward presentation exhibitors: solutions for greenCAE

Fast-forward presentation exhibitors: solutions for greenCAE

10:20 a.m.

10:20 a.m.

Coffee break and visit to the exhibition

Coffee break and visit to the exhibition

11:00 a.m.

11:00 a.m.

Session: Lightweight Design

Chairman: Dr.-Ing. Andreas Wierse - SICOS BW

Session: Lightweight Design

Chairman: Dr.-Ing. Andreas Wierse - SICOS BW

Development of Light Weight Designs Using Simulation Based Optimization
Prof. Dr. Lothar Harzheim
Optimization and Robust Engineering
Adam Opel AG

Development of Light Weight Designs Using Simulation Based Optimization
Prof. Dr. Lothar Harzheim
Optimization and Robust Engineering
Adam Opel AG

Simulation methods for process design of structural composite components
Dr. Luise Kärger

Deputy Head of Chair Lightweight Technology

KIT – Institute of Vehicle System Technology
Simulation methods for process design of structural composite components
Dr. Luise Kärger

Deputy Head of Chair Lightweight Technology

KIT – Institute of Vehicle System Technology

World Cafe Autonomous Driving

World Cafe Autonomous Driving

Session: Alternative Drives

Chairman: Luigi Zullo - EMOBILITY EXPERTS

Session: Alternative Drives

Chairman: Luigi Zullo - EMOBILITY EXPERTS
Honda Clarity Fuel Cell - a contribution to realize the Hydrogen Society
Thomas Brachmann
Automobile Powertrain & Material Research
Honda R&D Europe (Deutschland) GmbH
Honda Clarity Fuel Cell - a contribution to realize the Hydrogen Society
Thomas Brachmann
Automobile Powertrain & Material Research
Honda R&D Europe (Deutschland) GmbH
Thermal Management for Alternative Drives
Dr. Heike Schönerstedt
Senior Manager Thermal Management
Daimler AG
 
Thermal Management for Alternative Drives
Dr. Heike Schönerstedt
Senior Manager Thermal Management
Daimler AG
 

World Cafe Alternative Drives

World Cafe Alternative Drives

12:30 p.m.

12:30 p.m.

Lunch break and visit to the exhibition

Lunch break and visit to the exhibition

2:00 p.m.

2:00 p.m.

Session: Autonomous Driving

Chairman: Rainer Hoffmann - carhs

Session: Autonomous Driving

Chairman: Rainer Hoffmann - carhs
Distance Perception in Driving Simulators
Dr. Hans-Peter Schöner
Senior Manager Driving Simulator,
Workshops and Testing
Daimler AG
Distance Perception in Driving Simulators
Dr. Hans-Peter Schöner
Senior Manager Driving Simulator,
Workshops and Testing
Daimler AG
Simulation driven innovation for autonomous driving
Dr. Markus Schick
Director Electromagnetic Solutions - EMEA
Altair Enginnering GmbH
Simulation driven innovation for autonomous driving
Dr. Markus Schick
Director Electromagnetic Solutions - EMEA
Altair Enginnering GmbH

World Cafe Lightweight Design

World Cafe Lightweight Design

Session: Data Analytics / HPC

Chairman: Dr.-Ing. Martin Bernreuther - HLRS

Session: Data Analytics / HPC

Chairman: Dr.-Ing. Martin Bernreuther - HLRS
Connecting HPC and analytics in Automotive design
Greg Clifford
Manufacturing Segment Manager
Cray Inc.
 
Connecting HPC and analytics in Automotive design
Greg Clifford
Manufacturing Segment Manager
Cray Inc.
 

Machine Learning for Numerical Crash Simulations
Prof. Dr. Jochen Garcke
Head of Department
Fraunhofer SCAI

Machine Learning for Numerical Crash Simulations
Prof. Dr. Jochen Garcke
Head of Department
Fraunhofer SCAI

World Cafe Data Analytics / HPC

World Cafe Data Analytics / HPC

3:30 p.m.

3:30 p.m.

Coffee break and visit to the exhibition

Coffee break and visit to the exhibition

4:15 p.m.

4:15 p.m.

Podium & Summary of World Cafes -> greenCAE roadmap

Podium & Summary of World Cafes -> greenCAE roadmap

4:45 p.m.

4:45 p.m.

Conquering Virtuality - How simulation changed - and will change - human life. 
Matthias Horx
Futurist


Since the beginning of culture human have used mental techniques of forecasting and simulation. Now in the digital age these technologies become widespread appliances in industries and economies. From simulating cities of the future until creating models for terroristic dangers, from anticipating building structures to space travel, virtualisation creates another „mind of possibilities“. This speech circles around the cultural and mental impacts of simulation technologies and their acceptance in society.  

Conquering Virtuality - How simulation changed - and will change - human life. 
Matthias Horx
Futurist


Since the beginning of culture human have used mental techniques of forecasting and simulation. Now in the digital age these technologies become widespread appliances in industries and economies. From simulating cities of the future until creating models for terroristic dangers, from anticipating building structures to space travel, virtualisation creates another „mind of possibilities“. This speech circles around the cultural and mental impacts of simulation technologies and their acceptance in society.  

5:40 p.m.

5:40 p.m.

Closing remarks

Closing remarks

5:45 p.m.

5:45 p.m.

Get-together in the exhibition (with snacks and drinks)

Get-together in the exhibition (with snacks and drinks)

7:00 p.m.

7:00 p.m.

Dismantling of exhibition

Dismantling of exhibition

If you would like to register please contact administration department (events@asc-s.de) which will check availability of tickets.
If you would like to register please contact administration department (events@asc-s.de) which will check availability of tickets.

 

EVENT ADMINISTRATION OFFICE  

 

EVENT ADMINISTRATION OFFICE  

AUTOMOTIVE SIMULATION CENTER STUTTGART e.V.

Ms. Natalia Schuchart

Nobelstraße 15 |  70569 Stuttgart |  Germany

events@asc-s.de |  +49 (0) 711 699659-10 |  www.asc-s.de

AUTOMOTIVE SIMULATION CENTER STUTTGART e.V.

Ms. Natalia Schuchart

Nobelstraße 15 |  70569 Stuttgart |  Germany

events@asc-s.de |  +49 (0) 711 699659-10 |  www.asc-s.de

 

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Automotive Simulation Center Stuttgart e.V.  |  Nobelstraße 15 |  70569 Stuttgart |  Germany
Key visual: courtesy of Dr.-Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

 

Automotive Simulation Center Stuttgart e.V.  |  Nobelstraße 15 |  70569 Stuttgart |  Germany
Key visual: courtesy of Dr.-Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG