|Name:||Interactive Engineering Technologies|
|Time:||Tuesday, June 21, 2016
01:45 pm - 02:45 pm
|Breaks:||02:45 pm - 03:30 pm Coffee Break|
|Chair:||André Stork, Fraunhofer IGD|
|Abstract:||The vision behind ‘Interactive Engineering Technologies’ is to integrate modelling and simulation and to accelerate simulation times. One way to achieve this is to progress modelling representations and simulation algorithms, for instance as being approached via iso-geometric analysis (IGA). Another way is to use HPC resources to solve big problems in reasonable time and/or to simulate many variants in parallel to find better solutions in the product development stage of industrial applications in less time. Cloud technology is one approach to render HPC resources more affordable and more accesible.
This session is giving three examples of how HPC and SuperComputing (SC) can be used to come closer to the vision of ‘Interactive Engineering Technologies’ in Industrial Applications. Firstly, we present use cases in the field of eletromagnetic simulations in a Cloud environment. Secondly, we present service provisions for different engineering tools in an HPC setup. And finally we are presenting new developments towards supporting workflows composed by heterogeneous engineering tools within a Cloud environment.
|Presentations:||HPC for 3D Electromagnetic Simulations – From Workstation to Cluster & Cloud
01:45 pm - 02:05 pm
|Felix Wolfheimer, CST|
|CAE as a Service – Experiences & Challenges for Customers & Service Providers
02:05 pm - 02:25 pm
|Jens Tamm, CPU 24/7|
|Ubiquitous Engineering Workflows powered with HPC
02:25 pm - 02:45 pm
|Sebastian Pena Serna, Independent Expert|