Modeling and Simulation
SAMCE 2021 | Fall Series - Online event on 16 November 2021, 15:00 - 16:15
The increasing computing power of today's computers facilitate powerful new tools for modeling and simulation of materials and manufacturing processes. With these new tools and the data they generate, we can predict new materials and their properties as well as better understand what is happening in manufacturing processes. More about the range of this topic can be read here.
At the beginning of the event, the participants were asked what excites them most about the topic of 'Modeling and Simulation'. In an online poll, the attendees could submit their answers. The 'Word Cloud' below shows that scientists are most excited about prediction and understanding processes, but also about the complexity of this field of research.
With our Fall Series we aim to bring together and inspire our community in advanced manufacturing in short online events. We have a dense and diversified program with different modules which are described in more detail on this page. The program of this event is shown below. In total, 7 talks and presentations were given in three different modules: INSPIRE, CONNECT and IGNITE. The respective presentations are available as PDF downloads.
The computing power of today's computers is umpteen times higher than in the past. These advances are paving the way for powerful new tools for computer-aided modeling and simulation of materials and manufacturing processes. This accelerates the research in our community. With these new tools and the data they generate, we can predict new materials and their properties as well as better understand what is happening in manufacturing processes. Furthermore, modeling and simulation help to plan and design experiments.
In our third event about modeling and simulation, we want to cover the following topics:
Also in this topic, only the fusion of the expertise of data scientists and domain experts will create the necessary joint competences to fully use the possibilities of higher computing power and the new digital modeling and simulation tools. We chose "Modeling and Simulation" as the third topic of our Fall Series to show young scientists - in particular the experimentalists - what is already possible with simulation and modeling today, but also to understand where problems and challenges currently still lie.