VELaSSCo in the Oslo Innovation Week

20/Oct/2016 to 20
Oslo Military Society, Address: Myntgaten 3 - Entrance: Kongens gate
In the scope of the Oslo Innovation week to be held in Oslo in October, Jotne will conduct a seminar on the subject of “New Frontiers in Engineering Simulation and Testing”. The seminar will help companies explore new capabilities in Simulation and Test Data Management and how to use ISO standards to increase the interoperability of engineering and PLM/ILS information.

VELaSSCo partners will present updates from VELaSSCo.

Interested people are invited to regist to the event:

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Phone: +47-23 17 17 00

NAFEMS Nordic 2016

10/May/2016 to 11
Göteborg, Sweden

Entitled “Engineering Simulation: Best Practices, New Developments, Future Trends”, this conference addresses to the best practices and state-of-the-art which consequently show upcoming trends, tendencies and necessary future needs in FEA, CFD, MBS and associated technologies.

The conference aims to increase awareness and provide a discussion forum for topics that are vital to engineering industrialists and academics, offering attendees an unrivalled combination of industrial knowledge, expertise and forward-thinking to aid their deployment of CAE over the next few years.

During the conference the following paper about VELaSSCo activities will be presented:

O. Barrowclough, H. Dahl, F. Fuchs, J. Hjelmervik, J. Nygaard (Sintef ICT, NOR); K. Bengtsson, J. Haenisch (Jotne EPM Technology, NOR)FEM/DEM: "Visualization and Simulation Data Management (SDM)"

T-MAPPP kick-off meeting

18/Mar/2014 to 19
Edinburgh, UK

T-MAPPP (Training in Multiscale Analysis of multiPhase Particulate Processes and systems) is an Initial Training Network funded by FP7 Marie Curie Actions with 10 full partners and 6 associate partners. The role of the network is to train the next generation of researchers who can support and develop the emerging inter- and supra-disciplinary community of Multiscale Analysis (MA) of multiPhase Particulate Processes. The goal is to develop skills to progress the field in both academia and industry, by devising new multiscale technologies, improving existing designs and optimising dry, wet, or multiphase operating conditions.