TCN has placed greatest emphasis on the Conference structure and themes. The ultimate goal is, of course, to meet the expectations of delegates from science and industry, but also to allow for best possible interaction and exchange between the two worlds.
The opening plenary session on Thursday reflects the four pillars of TCN and the conference: Academia - Industry - Research - Software. Four eminently respectable speakers will inspire the audience by highlighting unique perspectives.

The afternoon program will be dedicated to Simulation-based Science with four parallel sessions focusing on the key areas of:

  • Medicine (Computational Bioengineering, Biomechanics, Biomedical)
  • Materials (Multi-scale approaches)
  • MDO, Robust Design & Decision Making
  • Education and Knowledge transfer in Computational Science and Engineering

Friday's Program will feature Simulation-based Engineering, in particular multi-disciplinary approaches, in the four main industries of:

  • Automotive
  • Aerospace
  • Power Energy (Oil & Gas,...)
  • Process & Manufacturing

While each session is dedicated to a specific industry, the program will strike a balance between industrial applications and research. Key issues, such as advances in numerical methods, software developments, the limits of current technologies, next generation algorithms, computational performance, necessary developments and future challenges will be discussed.

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