TechSim Engineering – Solution Partner of SIEMENS, would like to invite you to the 7th year of the professional conference CAE Forum 2022 focused on the latest trends in the field of computer simulations and digital transformation of industry. The conference will traditionally be a two-day event, where the first day will be focused on CAE simulations and the second day will be dedicated to strengthening the productivity of testing and computer simulations while increasing the quality of products and the production processes themselves.
The conference will be held as a 2-day event divided into 2 main thematic areas.
- Computational simulations in the field of flow, structural and 1D system analysis with a focus on optimization and the use of new trends in simulations - reduced FMU/FMI models and the use of NN neural networks and artificial intelligence AI.
- Testing and new testing methods such as DIC structural testing methods, noise and vibration measurement, durability and noise transmission in TPA structures. Furthermore, quality control methods based on vibration and acoustic measurements will be presented - final, process and non-destructive testing of products. The afternoon part will then be devoted to topological optimization and simulations during 3D printing
Keynote lectures for individual sections will be provided by specialists from the academic and commercial spheres. Experts from Siemens Digital Industries and TechSim Engineering will guide us through the area of product quality testing and monitoring.
Summary of key conference topics in a nutshell:
Shape and topological optimization
Reduced models and neural networks
1D/3D system simulation
Simulation and 3D printing technology
Noise and vibration prediction and measurement
Final product quality control
Non-destructive and process testing
Production quality monitoring
Productive and Flexible networking
The possibility of submitting a contribution to the conference is open until 1 July 2022, including sending a title and a brief annotation (a template will be sent). The full text of the paper must be submitted by September 2, 2022. Participation in the conference is free for speakers.
You can view the preliminary PROGRAM of the conference here.
Whom can you see?
doc. Ing. Miloslav Kepka, CSc.
he graduated from the Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Civil Engineering, where he later defended his CSc
degree at the Department of Steel Structures. He briefly worked as a designer. He worked for more than 20 years at ŠKODA
VÍZKUM (today's Pilsen Research and Testing Institute), from 2000 to 2008 he was the director of this company. In 2004 and
2005, he was also a member of the board of VÚKV (Railway Vehicle Research Institute).
Filip graduated from the KUL (Catoholic University Leuven) Belgium and got a PhD from the University of Cincinnati both in mechanical engineering. Filip joined Siemens (former LMS International) in 1991.
Filip has been product manager for the Test.Lab Acoustic product and Structural product. For the last 10 year Filip is responsible for the technical sales support for all Testlab product and is heading the test group in the Center of Excellence who’s supporting the EMEA Siemens PLM business
|doc. Ing. Pavel Rudolf, Ph.D.
Hdoc. Ing. Pavel Rudolf, Ph.D.
He graduated from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at BUT in Brno. He deals with computational flow modeling, shape optimization, flow instabilities and, in the last 15 years, intensively with hydrodynamic cavitation, especially its use in the field of water decontamination (he is the main originator of the patent for the CaviPlasma device combining hydrodynamic cavitation and plasma discharge).
prof. Ing. Jaroslav Pollert, Ph.D.
is engaged in mathematical and physical modeling at the Faculty of Civil Engineering of the Czech Technical University. His main activity is the modeling of objects in the water supply system, especially at wastewater treatment plants and sewers. Among his notable and well-known projects is the modeling of water slalom tracks, especially those built for the Rio 2016 and Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. He won the International Olympic Committee Sport and Innovation Award for his innovative approach to modeling. In these projects, the latest technological procedures are applied, especially when combining mathematical and physical modeling approaches, which extends to augmented reality or 3D printing. All these techniques enable modern accurate modeling in a modern way, i.e. knowledge of local quantities, not just global ones as before.
An introduction to the physics modeling of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic slalom course
Artificial slalom course for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games - Optiflow Solutions
A trailer for the augmented reality presented as part of the lecture and shown on the model at the location.
|Doc. Jiří Polanský
Technical aspects of hydrogen technologies and their current problems, current thermodynamic research and development.
Technical consultant of the SW company ESI group,
External researcher Physikalisch - Technische Bundesanstalt Institute Berlin in the field of numerical methods of fluid mechanics
Docent at CTU in Prague
Vibrodiagnosis of pumps and turbines - experience from on-site measurements
Selected applications of the laser scanning vibrometer.
Pavel Steinbauer was born in Prague, completed his doctoral studies at FS CTU in Prague with the thesis Nonlinear control of nonlinear mechanical systems. He is currently an assistant professor at the Institute of Mechanics, Biomechanics and Mechatronics at the FS CTU in Prague. It deals with experimental mechanics, vibration measurement and modal testing, the possibilities of their use for monitoring the condition of structures and machines using artificial intelligence, automatic control and mechatronics.
graduated from the Faculty of Applied Sciences of the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen. In 2014, he received his doctorate in applied mechanics at the same university. He has been working at Doosan Škoda Power since 2007, where he held various positions from strength and fatigue calculator to project manager of R&D projects to head of the Blade Dynamics department. In the years 2016-2018, he participated in the management of the consortium of the European project H2020 Flexturbine focused on the flexibility of turbines. From 2021, he manages the Research and Development department at Doosan Škoda Power.
Ing. Jaroslav Hnízdil
works in the aerodynamics department of Aero Vodochody Aerospace, where he mainly deals with flow issues and CFD calculations. He participates in modifying the shape of individual parts of the airplane with the aim of achieving the best possible flight characteristics. For dimensioning purposes, it determines the load on the aircraft from aerodynamic forces and also determines the conditions for the safe ejection of individual undercarriages carried by the aircraft.
Ing. Jan Vojna PhD.
He graduated from the ZČU in Pilsen, faculty of mechanical engineering, at the department of machine design. During his doctoral studies, he worked at the RCMT research institute in the field of mathematical modeling of machine components.
In the years 2009-2015, he worked at Mbtech Bohemia s.r.o. as a simulation engineer, the main content of the work was NVH simulations for the automotive industry. After that, he joined Siemens s.r.o. (Siemens Advanta Development), where as a simulation expert he oversees the simulation competition center. He participates in solving structural analyzes of industrial applications in the Simcenter 3D environment (formerly NX CAE) in the development of industrial equipment and electromobility, in training and mentoring, and in the development and application of new modeling methodologies.
TechSim Engineering, s.r.o.
Engineering services and comprehensive computing service in dimensioning, design and optimization of machine parts and equipment. We use cutting-edge computational software in the field of FEA, CFD, ELMAG and multidisciplinary analyses. We are a partner and supplier of software and measuring hardware from Siemens Industry Software. We provide complete engineering solutions followed by drawing documentation. We actively cooperate with a number of key companies in the automotive, transport and engineering technology, turbine and energy industries.
You can register by filling out the registration form below.
The registration fee for the entire conference is 6,800 CZK including VAT and includes materials, conference proceedings and refreshments. It is reduced by 10% for students and academic staff.
An invoice for the registration fee will be sent automatically within 14 days.
If you are interested in participating only on the first day of the conference, you have to deposit 5,600 CZK and 2,500 CZK on the second day.
Parking in underground garages for the duration of the conference included in the price. If you are interested in accommodation, select a date in the form and choose the occupancy of the room. The price for conference participants is 2,100 CZK/night for one person and 2,500 CZK/night for two people.
The CAE Forum 2022 conference takes place over two days, starting on Tuesday 13/09 from 09:00 to 17:00, then on Wednesday from 09:00 to 15:00. Registration is always from 08:00.
Prague: 13 – 14 September 2022 Park Holiday Congress & Wellness Hotel, Prague - Benice
Take advantage of the early-bird registration option until 7/15/2022 for the price of CZK 6,200 full admission to the entire conference, CZK 5,200 for the first day and CZK 2,300 for the second day of the conference. There is a 10% discount on the deposit for academic staff, register early.
You can register for the conference now using the registration form.