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Multiphysics Conference

Multiphysics Conference

A Key Technology for Simulation-Driven Engineering

1​4 - 15 November 2023 | Munich, Germany

Simulation-driven engineering defines a big step towards virtualization of the development of real-world designs, devices, and processes. As our real-world is multiphysical in nature, it is natural to see multiphysics CAE-based simulations as a key enabler for simulation-driven engineering.

Products are getting increasingly complex, and hence industry is constantly faced with new challenges to efficiently develop successful products. Success is not only limited to meeting functional requirements, but also to meet tighter regulations and faster time-to-market expectations, while keeping costs low and meet customer expectations for better products. Realistic multiphysics simulations to predict accurate product properties before a physical prototype is built are key to fulfill these requirements.

As a result, more and more physical disciplines are covered within the context of multiphysics simulations and utilization is widespread nowadays. While this series of conferences aims to cover the full bandwidth of multiphysics, we would like to highlight some application classes treated as emerging and future trends that will be discussed within this conference.

  • In collaboration with the NAFEMS Multibody Dynamics Working Group we will organize a paper session focusing on multiphysics simulations coupling with multibody dynamics.
  • With the NAFEMS Engineering Data Science Working Group we will jointly discuss the potential of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning being part of multiphysics simulations. This will also be supported by a specific paper session on this topic.
  • Especially we would like to invite presenters from the field of multiphysics simulation in the context of Cloud Computing and Digital Twins.
  • Another special topic will deal with maturity, quality assurance, and benchmarking of multiphysics simulations.

The conference brings together researchers, developers, teachers, and users of multiphysics simulation methods to present new results, exchange ideas and discuss potential challenges.

It is an excellent opportunity to connect to other practitioners in the field of multiphysics and coupled simulations. It is jointly organized by NAFEMS, The International Society of Multiphysics, and the Fraunhofer Institute for Algorithms and Scientific ­Computing SCAI.

Call for Presentations

A​ Call for Papers (abstract submission deadline will be 30 June 2023) as well as exhibition/sponsoring opportunities information will be available soon.

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Event Type User Conference
Member Price £484.91 | $598.73 | €550.00
Non-member Price £749.40 | $925.31 | €850.00
Credit Price Free when using 4 Member Credits


Start Date End Date Location
14 Nov 202315 Nov 2023Munich, Germany