The workshop features poster and oral presentations of accepted submissions. The length of an oral presentation is 30 min (incl. questions).
Posters must be on A0 size paper (ca. 841 x 1189 mm) and presented vertically.
Benoît Appolaire, University of Lorraine, Nancy (France)
Insights into the role of mechanics on microstructure in metallic materials using phase field models
Prof. Dr. Benoît Appolaire is Professor of Metallurgy at Université de Lorraine in Nancy working on numerical modeling of microstructure evolutions (phase transformation and plasticity) in metallic alloys.
Thomas Drescher, Volkswagen AG, Wolfsburg (Germany)
Future mobility and the need for digitalization of the development process
Thomas Drescher is Head of Vehicle Technology within Volkswagen Group Research. His current areas of research include CAE-methods, lightweight and structure optimization, intelligent air conditioning, vehicle interior and driving dynamics.
Peter Vortisch, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Germany)
Simulation of Traffic and Mobility
Peter Vortisch is Professor of Transportation at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and the head of KIT’s Institute for Transport Studies. His main research area is modelling travel demand and traffic flow.
We will have our conference dinner on Thursday from 5 pm to 9 pm on board of the MS AquaMarin at the Oker Dam in the Harz mountains: More details
The dam is in the shape of an arch, 75 m high, 260 m long and can impound up to 47 million m³ of water. Its average annual discharge is 75 million m³.
Bus transfer, boat trip and buffet will be included in the conference fee; beverages are not included.
The buffet offers a range of German and international cuisine: Kassler in the puff pastry, fish specialities like pickled salmon, international plate of cold cuts with different kinds of ham, salami and cheese, tomatoes and mozzarella, chicken salad, sausages salad, red fruit jelly with vanilla sauce, choice of bread and butter.