Events

Upcoming events

17th – 18th September 2019

Simulation and Modelling 2019

Conference Aston, Birmingham

Overview

As engineering inevitability moves into the digital era, it continues to face challenges around simulation and modelling. There is a huge pressure on companies across all industries to move towards total simulation and digital testing in order to avoid the heavy costs associated with physical testing and the building of physical prototypes.

To support all engineering industries, the Simulation and Modelling 2019 conference will provide a forum to discuss the latest developments being made with computer aided and virtual engineering. Explore the advances being made with integration, optimisation and validation, from design stage right through to manufacturing.

WHY YOU NEED TO ATTEND:

  • Hear from leading companies using simulation and modelling including Rolls Royce, Airbus, Amazon Web Services, Wood Group, Caterpillar Global Mining, EDF-Energy, Jaguar Land Rover, and AMRC with Boeing.
  • Discover new modelling techniques that impact industrial design output and competitiveness though more accurate models and efficient design.
  • Identify key challenges and potential solutions relating to a topic of your choice in roundtable discussion.
  • Learn from those working on new methods and approaches to the common challenges across industry.
  • Influence the next generation of software tools by discussing your specific needs and challenges with software developers.
  • Hear directly from suppliers and get an update on the latest technologies in our dedicated exhibition space.

 

For more information and to register, please click here.

Past events

27 September 2018

Nuclear Digital Environment Engagement Event – Liverpool

The Digital Reactor Design project group, held a further stakeholder workshop at the Foresight Centre in Liverpool.  Joined by over 50 nuclear and related sector organisations, the partners highlighted progress to date.  In addition to a comprehensive presentation, including outlining future opportunities for organisations to get involved in the project, the team provided highly visual demonstrations of the main use cases.

The final session included group sessions to discuss sector views around the key issues and benefits of the  project and provided input and suggestions for future developments.

3 May 2018

Key Stakeholder Workshop  – London

A key stakeholder event outlining the progress to date, future developments and discussions around industry requirements was held recently at the University of Liverpool in London campus, 33 Finsbury Square.  The programme included presentations by the project partners, industry discussion sessions and a range of interactive demonstrations.

25 September 2017

Key Stakeholder Workshop
Understanding the wider nuclear industry concerns and needs. Information captured in Requirements Capture Report

27 July 2017

Regulatory Workshop
Understanding requirements of regulatory requirements and capture for the programme and architecture design