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 2022 conference will once more 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.
Join us in 2022 to hear how thought-leaders and senior engineers are using new technologies and techniques for digital twinning, design, validation, fault detection and process optimisation. Attendees will have the opportunity to engage with colleagues and peers across multiple industries and take back fresh perspectives of how these technologies are being used to optimise design, development, testing, manufacturing and operational engineering.
DISCOUNT FOR END USERS AND TIER 1 SUPPLIERS:
Save a further 20% on a single place or 40% per place on a group of three or more places to benefit from this conference.
Contact Eventenquiries@imeche.org with details and assistance with your booking.
KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS INCLUDE:
The National Digital Twin Programme's Climate Resilience Demonstrator
Sarah Hayes, Strategic Engagement Lead, Connected Places Catapult
Developing the Digital Twin
Roy Kalawsky, Director of Advanced VR Research Centre, The Centre for Virtual Engineering, Loughborough University
Digital Twins: Aerospace
Akin Keskin, Chief of Virtual Engine Design Systems, Rolls-Royce
WHY YOU NEED TO ATTEND:
- Learn from leading companies leveraging simulation and modelling to improve efficiency, optimise processes and enhance predictive maintanance
- Join keynotes covering the latest uses of digital twins, with presentations featuring Connected Places Catapult, Loughborough University and Rolls-Royce
Enjoy cross-industry learning and seeing how techniques are applied different in the different engineering disciplines, including manufacturing, rail, maritime, automobile, aerospace, biomedical, built environment, renewable energy and more
- Identify key challenges and potential solutions relating to a topic of your choice in roundtable discussions
- Understand how real time data can be used to inform business operations and make practical decisions
- 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
PREVIOUS ATTENDEES INCLUDE:
Advanced Propulsion Centre UK
Brunel Innovation Centre
City University of London
Cristal Pigments UK ltd
Cummins Turbo Technologies Ltd.
Defence Science and Technology Laboratory
EDF Energy Nuclear Generation
Evotech Computer-Aided Engineering Ltd
Future Facilities Ltd
Imperial College London
International Studies Ltd
Jaguar Land Rover
Mercedes AMG HPP Ltd
Office for Nuclear Regulation
R-PAD Technology Limited
Safran Landing Systems
University of Leeds
University of Sheffield
University of Southampton ISVR
Feedback from previous Simulation and Modelling conferences
"A very informative event with a great diversity of topics addressing the current and future challenges in simulation technology and governance. IMechE run a very slick event."
Global Simulation Manager, Sensata Technologies
"A well organised, very informative event with a broad range of disciplines, skills and ideas presented"
Assistant Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering, Coventry University
"An excellent overview of the current trends in mechanical engineering simulation across a range of different industries"
Senior Mechanical Research Engineer, Dyson Ltd
"Good event, well organised"
Studio Manager, Arcmedia Ltd
"Some useful presentations providing some insight in to the future of Modelling and Simulation"
Fuel System Design Lead, BAE Systems
"This seminar provides a good balance of presentations and opportunities for networking with customers and suppliers."
Consultant, Transforming Stress Ltd
"Worthwhile conference with real industrial case studies and valuable academic content."
Director, Consulting, theSDMconsultancy
"A great opportunity to share common challenges and to coordinate a future strategy"
University of Warwick
"A well packaged and organised event featuring a diverse array of experiences and knowledge of modelling and simulation challenges."
"Excellent event - well worth the time and money. The cross company knowledge share is invaluable."
"Great format, great speakers, highly relevant subject matter!"
"Excellent event - I was left with plenty of food for thought!"
Mechanical Simulation Engineer, Mercedes AMG High Performance Powertrains
"Excellent speakers, thought provoking content."
Chief of Analytical Design, Rolls-Royce Fuel Cell Systems
"Great event with a good range of topics from the simulation and modelling industry."
Software Developer and Digital Marketing Coordinator, ITI
COVID-19 GUIDANCE FOR ATTENDEES:
We continue to operate all of our events in accordance with the most up to date UK Government advice on Covid-19.
From 24 February 2022 the Government removed the last domestic restrictions associated with Covid-19 in England. People are no longer required to self-isolate even if they test positive for Covid-19. The UK Government has published its plan for living with Covid-19 on the basis that although the virus is still in circulation, a return to pre-pandemic life is now possible. It is therefore down to individuals to assess the risk of returning to ‘normal’ activities such as social mixing and attending events.
However, it is important to us that we continue to protect each other and to support this we request:
- That you do not attend IMechE events if you feel unwell, particularly if you have respiratory or gastrointestinal symptoms
- That you do not attend IMechE events if you have tested positive or suspect that you may have Covid-19
- That you continue to maintain good respiratory and hand hygiene i.e. covering your mouth and nose if you feel the need to cough or sneeze, washing and/or sanitising hands regularly