Engineering simulation inspires innovation. We are part of a cutting-edge community, which stands at the centre of a rapidly evolving technological, and societal, landscape.
The 2020 NAFEMS UK Conference will examine this change, covering topics ranging from traditional FEA and CFD, to new and emerging areas including artificial intelligence, machine learning and EDA.
We'll be bringing all those involved in analysis and simulation together, from every corner of industry and academia, giving you an opportunity to advance your knowledge, give your organisation a competitive advantage, and be part of improving the technology itself.
There is simply no other event which provides this independent vision at a local level, backed-up by the strength that an international organisation spanning almost every country in the world affords.
The UK simulation community will come together in Milton Keynes between the 9th and 10th of June 2020. Be a part of it!
High-Fidelity CFD for the Automotive and Motorsport Sectors
Dr Neil Ashton, Senior Researcher Oxford Thermofluids Institute at University of Oxford
Recent Developments in Modelling Techniques to Study Surface Interactions in Tribology
Professor Daniele Dini, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Professor in Tribology, Imperial College London
Engineering Simulation Powering Innovation at Royal Enfield Motorcycles
Rod Giles, Head CAD & CAE at Royal Enfield, A unit of Eicher Motors Ltd.
European Materials Modelling Council
Dr Gerhard Goldbeck, Goldbeck Consulting
Torsional Stiffness Simulation of Metallic Disc Membrane Couplings Considering Pre-Stretch and Post-Buckling Behaviour
Murat Islam, Design Engineer, Global Couplings R&D, John Crane UK Ltd.
Innovation through Engineering Simulation - A Rolls-Royce Perspective
Dr Akin Keskin, Head of DaVinci, System Design, Civil Aerospace, Global Chief of Design Systems, Rolls-Royce Engineering Associate Fellow - Design Systems
Digital Twin : Myth or Reality?
Dr. Prashant Khapane, Advanced Simulation & Measurement Technology, Engineering Laboratories, Jaguar Land Rover
Simulation, Driving and Supporting Better Physical Experimentation
Rob Lewis, Managing Director, TotalSim Ltd.
Using Optimisation in the Design of the RWUAS Air Vehicle Structure
Gordon Mackenzie, Head of Airframe Analysis and Simulation, Leonardo Helicopters
Multi-body Based Multi-physics Approaches to Simulate Modern Powertrain Tribodynamic Challenges
Günter Offner, Visiting Professor of Advanced Simulation Technologies, Loughborough University & AVL List GmbH
Additional important dates will be added as necessary.
As an organisation dedicated to promoting the best use of simulation and analysis and with our wealth of experience within the analysis and simulation industry, there is no better place to further your professional development with our quality and worthwhile training to reach your goals.
|Event Type||Regional Conference|
|Member Price||£290.00 | $360.02 | €321.01|
|Non-member Price||£415.00 | $515.19 | €459.38|
|Credit Price||Free when using 4 Member Credits|
|Start Date||End Date||Location|
| ||Milton Keynes, UK|| |
Numerical Algorithims Group (NAG)
The Alan Turing Institute
Wilde Analysis Ltd
Several outstanding opportunities are available for your company to sponsor or exhibit at the conference.