Computational Science and Engineering - A key enabler for Digital Twins
Thursday, February 13, 2020
3:30PM – 5PM
Digital Twins are one of the hottest technical trends according to Gartner, Inc.. In this talk we will shortly review the concept of Digital Twins and corresponding opportunities in the industrial context. Computational Science and Engineering is a key enabler and the impact will be highlighted along three specific examples addressing Digital Product Twins democratizing Design, Digital Production Twins enabling robots to mill and Digital Performance Twins boosting operations. In all three cases advanced mathematical algorithms make the difference and allow the “impossible”.
Dr. Hartmann is a Siemens Top Innovator, entrepreneur, and thought leader in the field of simulation and digital twins. His experience covers research, innovation, and development project oriented responsible position. Many of his innovations were showcased at top-level Siemens innovation events including the Siemens innovation day and the annual shareholder meeting. These innovations led to short term valorizations within novel products and services.
Along his professional career, he has continuously supervised students at the Technical University of Munich, as well as driven the industrial mathematics research on a national and European level within KoMSO and EU-MATHS-IN.
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