The objective of e-Xstream engineering has always been to provide you, our customers, with the most advanced technology to allow you to use the optimal mix of composites with confidence. This confidence will enable you to meet the performance targets fast and at the lowest cost. With 15 years of experience, our material experts will showcase how Digimat can help you to adopt plastics and composites lightweight designs faster and cheaper through expert presentations and customer case studies.

This full day event is an excellent opportunity for current users and those interested in implementing a materials simulation solution in their company to network, learn and get informed about the latest trends. Attendees will have the opportunity to share best practices, listen to best-in-class presentations of industry peers, network, and keep up-to-date with industry trends.

Join the Digimat Tech Day to learn how to:

  • Investigate and predict the behavior of a large mix of composite materials
  • Design and manufacture innovative high-performance composite parts to maintain leadership
  • Minimize the weight, cost and time-to-market optimal plastics and composite industrial parts
  • Use 3D printing for functional prototyping and production
  • Compute the virtual allowables

 
Who Should Attend?

Designers, CAE engineers or simulation managers who work with composite materials and need to design optimal and innovative materials and structures time and cost efficiently in an integrated analysis environment.

The event is fully booked. Thanks for your interest.
You can contact us on [email protected]
 
Date: 11, June 2019

Time: 8:30 - 17:15
 
Venue: Hochschule der Bayerischen Wirtschaft für angewandte Wissenschaften (HDBW) GmbH
 
Address: Munich, Konrad-Zuse-Platz 8, 81829 München, Germany (Driving directions)


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Agenda

08:30-09:30 – Registration & Welcome Coffee & Networking

09:30-09:40   Opening & Introduction
Antonios Petropoulos, Business Development Manager D-A-CH, e-Xstream engineering

09:40-10:00   Introduction to the 10x Material Solution & Affordable & Predictable Materials
Jan Seyfarth, Manager Q&A, e-Xstream engineering

10:00-10:10   Introduction of Digimat, the multi-scale material modeling platform
Robert Wesenjak, Application Engineer, e-Xstream engineering

10:10-10:30   Introduction of Merkle & Partner as partner for numerical simulations with polymer materials
Stefan Merkle, CEO & Founder, Ingenieurbüro MERKLE & PARTNER GbR

10:30-10:50 – Coffee break & Networking

10:50-11:20   Digimat Solution for Automotive
Bernard Alsteens, Manager Customer Services, e-Xstream engineering

11:20-11:50   Process-Simulation of SMC-parts, from material characterization to validation, Digimat at BMW
Johannes Eschl, Specialist Process Simulation, BMW Group

11:50-12:10   Lightweight technology for Automotive Parts
Se-Jung Lee, Professional, Ph.D, Project Design PJT, EP Center, Advanced Materials R&D, LG Chem Korea

12:10-12:25   Introduction to Digimat Additive Manufacturing
Olivier Lietaer, Business Development Engineer Additive Manufacturing, e-Xstream engineering

12:25-12:45   Predicting mechanical performance of additive manufacturing materials for the automotive market
Patrick Duis, Segment leader transportation, DSM Additive Manufacturing

12:45-13:05   Moving AM to production
Stefan Zoller, Application Engineer D-A-CH, Stratasys

13:05-14:00 – Lunch & Networking

14:00-14:30   Data Management with MaterialCenter
Bernard Alsteens, Manager Customer Services, e-Xstream engineering

14:30-15:00   CFRP modeling with Digimat, an Aero and Auto Market need
Pierre Savoyat, Business Development Engineer Materials, e-Xstream engineering

15:00-15:20   Open Q&A
Antonios Petropoulos, Business Development Manager D-A-CH, e-Xstream engineering

15:20-15:50 – Coffee break & Networking

15:50-17:15   Workshops in parallel sessions:

Reinforced Plastics, Digimat RP Hands-On Workshop - Robert Wesenjak, Application Engineer, e-Xstream engineering
Additive Manufacturing, Digimat AM Hands-On Workshop - Olivier Lietaer, Business Development Engineer Additive Manufacturing, e-Xstream engineering