Call for Presentations

Call for Presentations

We want to use engineering simulation to inspire innovation throughout Eastern Europe, especially against the current backdrop of uncertainty in many branches of business.

We are part of a cutting-edge community, which stands at the centre of a rapidly evolving technological, and societal, landscape. Simulation can drive change at every level - be it through reducing our harmful impact on the planet, improving transportation and safety, or increasing our understanding of our very own physiology.

Now more than ever, the simulation community needs to come together to be the best that it can be. And we need you to be a part of that.

Deadline for 300-600 word abstracts is Monday June 15th 2020
Full written papers will not be required

Presentations from all areas of simulation can be submitted and will be considered for acceptance, however, contributions which highlight one or more of the themes below are particularly welcomed:

  • DEM simulations

    - Geoscience
    - Soil and rock behavior
    - Soil-tool interactions
    - Rock fracturing
    - Slope stability
    - Bulk material flow/mixing,
    - Cave mining
    - Agricultural machinery

  • Structural mechanics
    - Durability, fatigue
    - Materials / geometry nonlinearities
    - NVH, acoustics
    - Multibody simulation
  • Materials
    - Material models
    - Composites
  • Computational fluid dynamic
    - Heat transfer
    - Fluid-structure interaction
  • Electric/electronics
    - EMV
    - Electromagnetic fields
  • Optimization
  • Stochastics / robustness
  • Manufacturing process simulation
    - Forming, welding, ...
    - Casting
    - Additive manufacturing
    - Composites manufacturing
  • Verification & Validation
    - Simulation and testing
  • CAD CAE integration
    - Data management
    - Systems simulation
    - Democratisation
    - Best practises in CAE processes
    - Certification by simulation
    - Simulation governance
  • High performance computing (HPC)
  • Simulation in Medicine
  • Business benefits / issues
    - Business cases CAE
  • Any other area of numerical analysis…

 

Deadline for 300-600 word abstracts is Monday June 15th 2020

Extended Abstracts Deadline - Monday August 3rd 2020