This fall, our customers and partners, drivetrain engineers, CFD experts, and cloud enthusiasts will come together to network, inspire one another with their achievements, and learn about the endless possibilities that SPH and the cloud offer to the drivetrain industry and beyond.
At this conference, you will learn about current industry cases where SPH is being used to optimize designs, hear from experts in the fields of cloud computing, SPH and the drivetrain industry.
Unfortunately, due to the ongoing uncertainty brought on by the pandemic, we have decided to postpone our User Conference to a later date. We are very sad about this news, but also very excited to have you join us at some point in the (hopefully) not too distant future when we can all come together safely!
We will make sure to keep you informed about any updates and let you know when we have decided on a new date for Divetrain in the Cloud.
This September, Divetrain in the Cloud will host the intersection of the drivetrain industry, cloud technology experts, and the SPH community at the 2021 dive solutions user conference.
Industry Executive Automotive at Microsoft
Dr. Robert Nahm is the Industry Executive for the Automotive sector at Microsoft. He specializes in supporting automotive customers to achieve digital transformation for accelerated vehicle innovation, build agile factories and resilient supply chains, and improve their customer experience. Dr. Nahm will share insights regarding the transformative role that the cloud plays in simulation software and how it can be leveraged to achieve game-changing results.
Lead Simulation Engineer at Volvo Technology
Professor and Chair of Computational Hydrodynamics at Manchester University
Prof. Dr. Benedict D. Rogers is the former Chairman and a founding member of the Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics rEsearch and engineeRing International Community (SPHERIC) and a Professor and the Chair of Hydrodynamics at the University of Manchester. SPHERIC is the international organization representing the community of researchers and industrial users of Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH). Prof Rogers will discuss the scientific approach to SPH, as well as the grand challenges, or unknown properties, which must be solved to further the development of SPH.
dive solutions GmbH
Benjamin Legrady (Benni) leads Customer Success at dive solutions. He is an engineering enthusiast passionate about using innovative experimental and numerical techniques to dive deep into fluid mechanics. Benni is the liasson between the development magic that happens at Dive and fulfilling the needs and desires of our customers.
This conference event will feature:
Customer success stories
Deep dive into advancements in SPH technology
You won’t want to miss this opportunity to network with the CFD, cloud and drivetrain communities at the end of a long break from on-site events!
Divetrain in the Cloud will take place in the lovely city of Munich. It will happen prior to VDI’s International Conference on Gears, as we expect that many of our guests will attend both events.
Price: 400€ 150 €*
Dates: 14 September 2021
Location: Munich (near Olympiapark)
*The price is valid until 31 July 2021
After such a long time without on-site events, we are so excited to meet everyone in person again. However, we recognize the uncertainty of these times and will continue to closely monitor government regulations and safety guidelines to make sure we can provide a safe and comfortable experience for everyone and adjust the event as necessary in responses to situational changes.
During the event, we will make sure that everyone adheres to the Covid-19 regulations which are in effect during this period. These may include wearing masks and maintaining a minimum distance. In the case that we cannot host this event on-site, we will move it to a digital format.
Please fill in the personal details of the ticket holder and the billing information that should appear on the invoice.
An invoice for 150€ per ticket will be sent to you one month prior to the event.
Note: The conference will take place on-site in Munich, Germany. If regulations do not permit us to meet in-person, the conference will be moved online.