- The event is taking place in Baden-Baden (Germany) on the 19 and 20 November 2019.
The UPSCALE project will be present at the 2019 “AI and ROM in Crash, Aero and Thermal Modeling” conference organized by the Association of German Engineers (VDI), one of the largest technical scientific organizations in Europe.
Like the UPSCALE project, the conference will focus on how the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Reduced Order Modeling (ROM) can push vehicle development in the automotive sector, specifically in crash, aero and thermal simulation.
On the second day of the event, November the 20th, members of the UPSCALE consortium will give the following presentations:
- 10:00: UPSCALE: AI Enhanced Methods for Virtual Prediction of Short Circuit in Full Vehicle Crash Scenarios.
- Introduction to the UPSCALE/Crash project
- AI for battery pack characterization
- Virtual prediction of battery cell internal short circuit
- Safety prediction for electric vehicle
- 15:00: UPSCALE: Machine Learning for Accelerated Aero-Thermal Design in the Age of Electromobility.
- Introduction to the UPSCALE/CFD project
- The data-physics continuum: Looking at intersection of CAE and ML with a wide focus lens
- Making data-driven methods more physical: Overview of methods for improving Machine Learning training efficiency
- Using data to augment physics-based methods
- Bringing it all together: an outline and status update on the systems and procedures for utilizing the various methods in the context of a vehicle design framework.
- Encoding expertise without knowledge: where is this all going and is it a good thing?
This is a great opportunity for the project to interact with leading simulation-experts from Europe, Asia and North America. The conference will highlight current research findings and developments and show examples of industrial applications on the use of AI and ROM in computer-based vehicle development. Do not miss it, register here and join us!