- Academic Day 2017
- Learn from Industry Leaders - Day 1 Overview
- Keynotes - Day 2 Overview
- Evening Event: Hockenheimring
- Technical Sessions - Day 3 Overview
- How to get to the EATC 2017
- What to do in Frankenthal
- Sponsorship Program
- Press Releases
- Previous Events
4th European Altair Academic User Day - June 26th
As in the last years Altair will also host the European Academic User Day during the company’s official European Altair Technology Conference, from June 26th - 28th in Frankenthal Germany. The Academic User Day provides students, teachers, professors and researchers across Europe with the opportunity to share their experiences with Altair’s CAE solutions.
The 2017 Academic User Day, on June 26th, offers an agenda featuring 20 interesting presentations and a dedicated poster session. Altair will further more present the latest developments in their educational offering for HyperWorks and solidThinking Inspire.
- Overview Academic Program
- New in HyperWorks & solidThinking!
- Inspire Analysis & Optimization
- Compose, Activate, Embed
L. Bratge1,2, M. Fleischmann1,2, J. Kaufmann1, H. Cebulla1, A. Spickenheuer3,
1 Chemnitz University of Technology, 2 Fortis Saxonia e.V.; 3 IPF Dresden, Dresden, Germany
Calculation of the Sound Radiation of Gearboxes
Denis Werner, UAS Ulm, Germany
Simulation of the Self-loosening of Bolted Connections with OptiStruct
Prof. Dr. Michael Winkler, UAS Ravensburg-Weingarten,Germany
Altair Partner Alliance and the Academic Program
(moderation: Myriam Mouyal, Altair)
- Chassissim - ChassisSim
- Componeering - ESAComp
- Fluidon – DSH+
- Magna - FEMFAT
- MFRC - AFDEX
- NovaCast – NovaFlow & Solid
Announcement Poster Session and Poster Award, Altair
Coffee Break: 15:00
Optimization Process for Flexible Structures with OptiStruct
Martin Noack, Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg, Germany
Investigation of Diffuse Axonal Injury Mechanism via Finite Element Simulation of in Vivo Experiments
Dr. Daniel Baumgartner, University of Strasbourg, France
Penetrating Impact using Smooth Particles Hydrodynamics. Application to Impact Biomechanics
Dr. Sebastien Roth, Universiy of Technology of Belfort-Montbeliard, France
From research to industry via Radioss numerical simulation of laser shock experiments
Dr. Michel Boustie, SIMCHOC, France
Use of Simulation Tools in Additive Manufacturing Processes for Multiaxial, High Dynamically Loaded Structural Spare Part
Nils Buschhorn, Karsten Hilbert (KIMA); Maximilian Ley (KIMA); Nicole Stephan (KIMA); Constantin Deschner (WIWeB - Wehrwissenschaftliches Institut für Werk- und Betriebsstoffe); Dr. Matthias Bleckmann (WIWeb) TU Kaiserslautern, Germany
Integrated Control, MBS and FEM Simulation on an Example of a Robot Arm using CAE Tools from Altair
Mekonnen Tesfay Tesfu, DHBW-Mosbach, Germany
Experience of the first year solidThinking Inspire using in educational process,
Professor Petr Rogov , Nizhny Novgorod State Technical University,Russia
Who should attend the Academic Day?
The Academic Day is tailored to meet the interests, needs and questions of our academic users. Engineering students, teachers and professors are invited to talk about their work and to listen to the presentation of fellow students and researchers.
Why should you attend?
Join us to listen to the presentations and to discuss your use cases, work and questions with fellow students, colleagues, industry customers and the Altair staff.
The Altair Academic Day is free of charge and we also invite you to join the Welcome Reception starting at 6p.m. on June 26th and the following conference days.
We are looking forward to seeing you in Frankenthal, Germany!