Confidence in Engineering Simulation: The Next 10 Years of CAE in Mexico


Confidence in Engineering Simulation:

The Next 10 Years of CAE in Mexico

Date: Thursday, May 23rd, 2019

Location: Tecnologico de Monterrey - Campus Santa Fe, Mexico City


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Overview

What is the future for engineering analysis and simulation in Mexico? Discover innovative engineering simulation processes and tools which are helping companies in Mexico improve production capabilities. Engage with domain experts, industry leaders, and peers in a focused, comprehensive one-day event that covers topics on engineering analysis, simulation, and systems modeling and simulation that every engineer in Mexico should know.

Join NAFEMS on May 23rd, 2019 in Mexico City for an event that will bring together leading visionaries, developers, and practitioners of CAE-related technologies in an open forum, unlike any other, to share experiences, discuss relevant trends, discover common themes, and explore future developments in Mexico. Topics will include:

  • Driving the Design of Physical Systems, Components & Products
  • Innovation and Optimization through Engineering Simulation
  • Manufacturing Process Simulation
  • Implementing Simulation Governance & Democratization
  • Addressing Business Strategies & Challenges

Presentations will be delivered by numerous individuals, representing a diverse set of industries, with engineering simulation expertise in Mexico. Currently confirmed keynote and invited presenters includes:

  • Keynote presentation from Alejandro Ayala (Ford Motor Company)
  • Invited presentation from Luis Vidriales (GE Aviation)

NAFEMS is the only worldwide independent association dedicated to engineering modeling, analysis & simulation. Currently, there are more than 1,400 member organizations worldwide ranging from major global corporations through small-scale engineering consultants. If you work with engineering simulation, you should be part of NAFEMS.

Special thanks to Francisco Gomez (Cortina Design Engineering) for his important efforts in helping NAFEMS host its first-ever event in Mexico!



Description

NAFEMS Americas and invited speakers will cover these topics, and more, at, “Confidence in Engineering Simulation: The Next 10 Years of CAE in Mexico." Located at the Tecnologico de Monterrey - Campus Santa Fe, Mexico City. Attendees from the major automotive, aerospace, appliances, life sciences, electronics & high-tech, consumer goods, construction, and energy industries will be in attendance at this discovery event, in a pre-competitive manner, to exchange ideas, identify best practices, and drive the near-future direction of engineering simulation 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, representing the engineering analysis and simulation industry in Mexico, will provide the opportunity to learn about the latest technologies and practices, which attendees can later share and apply within their own organizations.

 


 

Keynote Speaker

 



Presentations

 

Presenter

Company

Presentation Title

Anaya, Julio

Mabe S.A. de C.V.

Structural, Injection Moulding and Forming Simulations during a Plastic- Metallic Infuser Development for an Automatic Laundry Machine

Camargo, Eloy

Ford Motor Company

Stamping Feasibility CAE Simulation at Early Design Stages

Cisneros-Stoianowski, Gerardo

HPC-AI Advisory Council

The Effect of HDR InfiniBand on CAE Simulations

Thomas, Francisco

Open iT

How to Make The Most Of Your Analysis and Simulation Applications

Cook, Victor

Altair Mexico

How the Simulation-Driven CAE Process May Be Profoundly Changed by Data Intelligence and Machine Learning

Dri, Fernando

Dassault Systemes SIMULIA Corp

Beyond CFD ? Powering Sustainable Innovation on an Integrated Platform

E. Turanzas Forseck, Miguel

Ford Motor Company

CAE Simulation for Cost Reduction Strategies

Enriquez, Andres

Delphi Diesel Systems Service México S.A. de C.V.

Virtual Design Optimization of a Valve Train Actuator Using Computer Based Optimization (Multi-Objective Genetic) Algorithms

Ernesto Hernández Álvarez, Victor

Ford Motor Company

The Relationship between Ribs Layout on a Body Exterior ?Belly Pan? Part, and Its Prediction of Moldflow´s Warping

Flores, Kristian

Ford Motor Company

CAE Applied at the Right Place and at the Right Time

Flores Mora, Joel

Robert Bosch Mexico Sistemas Automotrices S.A. de C.V.

Using CFD to Minimize Emissions and Combustion Instability of a GDI Engine at the Catalyst Heating Operating Point

Florez, Christian

Ford Motor Company

Seam Weld Optimization in Automotive Systems for Durability Analysis

G. Ramírez-Galindo, Roberto

Frisa Forjados S.A. de C.V.

Analysis and Simulation of the Forging Process of an AISI 4340 Cast Ingot to Reduce Internal Defects and Energy Resources

Garcia, Alejandro

Ford Motor Company

Automated Pre-processing Method for BIW Mesh Creation Including Spot-Welds Using Open Source Programming Language

Hernandez, Hector

Ford Motor Company

CAE Side Curtain Airbag Deployment for Interior Trim Integrity in the Automotive Industry

Hinojosa, Humberto

Grupo SSC S.A. de C.V.

Crude Oil Properties in CFD, Methodology and Case Studies

Ibañez, Mario

Grupo SSC S.A. de C.V.

Design and Analysis of a Multiphase DC Motor, through Numeric Simulation

Juarez, Ilse

Joyson Safety Systems

Airbag Folding Simulation Impact for Steering Wheel Design

Leonov S. López, Fabian

LURI Engineering

Intrusion Car Body Optimization Combining Frontal and Side Crash Responses

Nageswaran, Shan

Altair Engineering

Reliable Analysis without FE Mesh

Paula Quiros Larrieu, Ana

Livet Consulting

Energy Efficiengy in Buildings Simulation

Pérez Santiago, Rogelio

Joyson Safety Systems

Modeling Structural Behaviour of Metallic Safety Components

Quiroz Garfias, Cuauhtémoc

Ford Motor Company

Weld Points vs. Body Performance Study

Rodriguez, Pablo

Ford Motor Company

SAC Folding CAE Methodology

Saavedra, Oscar

Ford Motor Company

Statistic Modelling Approach for Front Low Speed Impact

Santoni, Nelson

Ford Motor Company

Influence of Second-Shot Process Conditions on the Warpage Behavior of a Two-Shot Overmolded Automotive Pillar

Singer, Ricardo

Ford Motor Company

Multiobjective CAE Model Homologation

Sithambaram, Sasi

SOLIDWORKS Corp.

Leveraging Simulation to Optimize Design for 3D Printing

Toledo Gonzalez, Juan Pablo

COMPLX

Conjugated Heat Transfer Analysis of and Electric Transformer to Determine the Temperature Behaviour of Leads

Melo, Dulce

COMPLX

FEA Based Design of Roll Forming Processes

Tristán-López, Agustín

Instituto de Evaluación e Ingeniería Avanzada

Modal Analysis and Fatigue for Bus Structure

Vidriales Escobar, Luis

GE Aviation

Finite Element Analysis Challenges in External Configuration Hardware

Yang, Zane

Valeo-Kapec NA

Using Explicit Finite Element Code to Simulate Riveting Process

 



Venue

Mexico City: Tecnologico de Monterrey - Campus Santa Fe, Mexico City


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