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We are experiencing a revolution in the nature of the products we purchase. They are increasingly electrified and mechatronic in nature, combining structures and electronics; heralding the arrival of the next generation of smart, connected products. Preparing the next generation of engineers to support this revolution is a challenge. First hosted in 2019, the Second Altair Academic Outreach Event is a free-to-attend virtual seminar that aims to highlight the Academic institutions that are responding rapidly to this trend by integrating engineering simulation technologies used in industry into both undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
Attend and receive free and unlimited use of Altair’s design and simulation solutions for 12 months, as well as dedicated training and support*
*Above offer is available to new customers in the UK and Ireland only.
Altair is at the vanguard of these trends, creating industry-leading engineering simulation solutions that are deployed across the world’s largest engineering employers. We have developed strong relationships with an increasing number of Universities and wish to broaden this base by creating awareness of our support to industry and academia; helping academia to develop students to meet industry’s increasing demand for engineering simulation.
Who Should Attend?
Professors and Lecturers responsible for undergraduate course content or postgraduate research software in engineering departments.
Why Should You Attend?
- Gain an appreciation for the increasing role of engineering simulation in product design
- See how Universities have incorporated Altair’s solutions into under and postgraduate courses
- Understand how Altair can provide foundation notes, industry case studies etc
- Learn about Altair’s unrivaled academic license, providing access to simulation technologies at minimum cost
- Interact with our speakers from across academia and industry
Agenda – 30th June 2021
|9:00 (BST)||Welcome and Introduction|
|Session 1: Keynote Speakers|
|9:10 (BST)||Preparing Students for the Age of Digital
|Session 2: Teaching Simulation to Undergraduates (Structural, Mechanical, CFD)|
|9:30 (BST)||Deployment of Simulation Technologies for Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate Teaching
Dr. Christophe Bastien, Associate Professor, Engineering Simulations Group Leader, Institute for Future Transport and Cities
|9:45 (BST)||Integrating CFD Simulation into Undergraduate Courses
James Croxford, Lecturer – Automotive Engineering
Harper Adams University
|10:00 (BST)||Gaining a Competitive Advantage with Rapid Design Exploration Technologies
Conor Smith, Outboard Suspension Designer
Team Bath Racing
|10:20 (BST)||View From Industry: Simulation Driving Efficiency and Innovation at Jaguar Land Rover
Jaguar Land Rover
|10:40 (BST)||Panel Discussion – Undergraduate Teaching|
|Session 3: Utilising Simulation for Postgraduate Research (Optimisation, AI, Electromagnetics)|
|11:00 (BST)||The Growing Importance of Optimisation, AI and Machine Learning to Industry
Professor Vassili Toropov, Chair, Division of Aerospace Engineering and Fluid Mechanics Lecturer
Queen Mary University of London
|11:15 (BST)||Deploying Discrete Element Modelling Techniques for Postgraduate Research
Dr. Akeem Olaleye, Research Fellow
University of Limerick
|11:30 (BST)||HyperWorks for Electromagnetics Engineering Teaching
Dr. Rostyslav Dubrovka, Lecturer, Terahertz & Quasi Optics Research Unit Manager
Queen Mary University of London
|11:45 (BST)||Teaching Experience Using Altair Winprop within an MSc Telecommunication Engineering Programme
Dr. Ramona Trestian, Senior Lecturer in Computing
|12:00 (BST)||View From Industry: Accelerating Design Decision Making with Altair HyperWorks
|12:20 (BST)||Panel Discussion – Postgraduate Research|
|Session 4: Global Support Structure|
|12:40 (BST)||A Global Perspective of Altair’s Academic Activity & Key to Success
Armin Veitl, Senior Director Global Academic Programs