Date: Thursday, November 8th, 2018
Location: Troy, MI
The automotive engineering community is now confronting the largest technology transformation since its inception. This includes the electrification of powertrains for more efficient consumption and cleaner emissions, the reinvention of the battery with fast wireless charging capabilities and finally the advent of a fully autonomous vehicle. Compounding to these technology changes, the automotive companies design verification process is moving away from a major reliance on physical testing to almost a full virtual simulation product verification process.
Hence, the challenges to the automotive engineers are enormous and require a significant increase in the upfront use of numerical simulation capabilities, methods and processes such they’re able to efficiently design, manufacture and deliver these very innovative technologies to the market in greater speeds than ever before.
Topics presented and discussed at this conference will address various questions, such as
NAFEMS Americas and invited speakers will cover these topics, and more, at, “Engineering Analysis & Simulation in the Automotive Industry: Creating the Next Generation Vehicle." Located at the MEC in Troy, MI, attendees from the major automotive manufacturers and suppliers will gather at this annual event, in a pre-competitive manner, to exchange ideas, identify best practices, and drive the near-future direction of technology.
This event aims to deliver information and insights on critical topic areas in a manner that maximizes the “take-away” value for attendees. An event agenda and concept championed by several leading figures in the automotive industry will provide the opportunity to learn about the latest technologies and practices, which attendees can later share and apply within their own organizations.
A copy of the preliminary agenda for, "Engineering Analysis & Simulation in the Automotive Industry: Creating the Next Generation Vehicle" is now available by clicking on the link below:
|Type||Title & Presenter|
|Keynote||The aDRIVE Simulation Framework: Automated Driving Refined in Virtual Environments (A. Micks, Technical Specialist, Virtual Environments for Automated Driving, Ford Greenfield Labs)|
|Keynote||Curriculum Innovation to Meet the Growing Demand for Simulation Talent (S. Midlam-Mohler, Professor, The Ohio State University)|
|Panel Discussion||Technology Gaps in Delivering Full Automotive Virtual Validation (M. Felice, Manager, Ford Motor Company)|
|Presentation||Multiphysics Optimization Process for Design of Electric Motors (L. Fernandes, Senior Application Engineer, Altair Engineering, Inc)|
|Presentation||Application Of Taguchi's DFSS Approach to the Study of Differential Gear Noise (N. Roy, Manager Mechatronics CAE, American Axle Manufacturing)|
|Presentation||Intelligent Simulation Automation is Foundational to a Widening Technology Landscape (M. Panthaki, VP of Analysis Solutions, ARAS Corporation)|
|Presentation||Generative Design for Automotive – Benchmark and Challenge Problems (K. Meintjes, Executive Consultant, CIMdata Inc)|
|Presentation||System Simulation for Electric Vehicle Development (P. Musunuru, Application Engineer – Systems Modeling, ESI North America)|
|Presentation||Motor and Gear NVH CAE Analysis for a Hybrid Transmission Development (M. Saadat, , Ford Motor Company)|
|Presentation||Modularization of FEA Models as Key Enabler for Simulation Data Management (C. Wang, Technology Manager, Structures, CAE Strategy and Operations, General Motors Corporation)|
|Presentation||Parametric Optimization of CFRP Composite Material Model Properties for Accurate Energy Absorption Prediction in Crashworthiness Simulations (A. Sheldon, Principal Engineer, Honda R & D, Americas, Inc)|
|Presentation||Design and Optimization for Engine Mount Stiffness Using Multibody Dynamics Approach (G. Singh Pahwa, Lead Vehicle Dynamics Simulation, Mahindra Automotive North America)|
|Presentation||Multidisciplinary Simulations Provide a Pathway to Lightweight Automotive Systems (T. Palmer, Manager, Presales, MSC.Software)|
|Presentation||How High-Performance Computing in the Cloud Is Accelerating Advanced Driver Assistance Systems Simulations (B. Mendez, , Rescale)|
|Presentation||Systems Engineering – Challenges for Management in the Automotive Industry (F. Popielas, Managing Partner, Co-Founder, SMS_Thinktank)|
|Presentation||Appropriate Level of Simulation in Tumble Port Evaluation (A. Megel, Senior Research Engineer, Southwest Research Institute)|
|Presentation||Advanced Physics Based Sensor Simulation Approaches for Testing Automated and Connected Vehicles (T. Gioutsos, Director, Tass International)|
|Presentation||Automating Parametric Redesign of Structural Thinwalled Frames from Topology Optimization Results (L. Wang, , The Ohio State University)|
|Presentation||Electric Drive Noise and Vibration Analysis (W. Röver, Senior Manager Technical Sales, Dassault Systemes SIMULIA Corp.)|
|Sponsor Case Study||Topology Optimization for Additive Manufacturing Considering Overhang Angle (R. Hoglund, , Altair Engineering, Inc)|
|Sponsor Case Study||Addressing the Challenges of Vehicle Electrification (S. Bahuguna, Director, Technical Sales, Dassault Systemes SIMULIA Corp.)|
|Sponsor Case Study||Innovative and Practical CAE/CAD Methodologies for Concept Stages of New Vehicle Development (R. Chaney, Director of Pre Sales and Software Support, Detroit Engineered Products)|
|Sponsor Case Study||Multi-Objective Optimization for Cost and NVH Performance (A. Barnard, Application Engineer, ESTECO North America Inc)|
|Sponsor Case Study||Enabling Democratization By Engineers, For Engineers (J. Aldred, Vice President, Product Management, HBM Prenscia nCode)|
|Sponsor Case Study||BMW Case Study: MBD – Nonlinear FEA Cosimulation for Analyzing Extreme Load Cases (Y. Fan, , MSC Software)|
|Sponsor Case Study||Top Five Mistakes Companies Make When Adopting Cloud Computing for CAE (R. Mach, Principal, TotalCAE)|
|Sponsor Case Study||Predictive Modeling for INDYCAR’s Driver-in-the-Loop Aerodynamic Simulators (M. Shaxted, Founder & President, Parallel Works)|
You can register to attend using the "order" button on the right.
Members of NAFEMS: FREE*
Members of NAFEMS without sufficient seminar credits: $150
Non-members of NAFEMS: $350
(Prices reflect early-bird rates)
*subject to availability of sufficient seminar credits – this event will utilize two (2) seminar credits per delegate. If you would like confirm your seminar credit balance, please contact the event manager, and reference "Engineering Analysis & Simulation in the Automotive Industry" in the subject line.
These fees include attendance at the conference, morning and afternoon refreshments, and lunch. Hotel accommodation is not included.
MEC Conference Center & Banquet Hall
811 W Square Lake Road
Troy, MI 48098