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Math for the Digital Factory Agenda

 

 Math for the Digital Factory

University of Limerick March 21st-23rd 2018

Analog Devices Building AD 2010 (No. 41 Campus Map)

 

Wednesday, 21th March

12.30

Registration and Lunch

13.00

Opening –Conor Mc Carthy Confirm Centre for Smart Manufacturing

13.15

Johan Carlson - Fraunhofer-Chalmers Centre

Mathematics as a leading edge in digital product realisation

14.00

Louise Clune -  Rusal Aughinish Alumina

Applying mathematics to industry

14.45

Tea/Coffee

15.15

Jan Fischer -   Siemens

The changing role of simulation – challenges in the era of digital twins

16.00

Chris Decubber - European Factories of the Future Research Association

16.45

Evening Reception

18.00

Public Panel discussion: The position of mathematics within the future of digital manufacturing

19.00

Close – Day 1

19.30

Dinner

 

Thursday, 22nd March

 

 

09.15

Math for virtual product development

Joachim Linn (Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Mathematics ITWM) “Dynamic simulation of ergonomic human motions in car assembly”

 

Fabio Schneider (Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Mathematics ITWM) “Virtual assembly of slender flexible structures in automotive engineering”

 

M.D. Bustamante (School of Mathematics and Statistics, University College Dublin), A Gibali (Mathematics Department, ORT Braude College of Engineering, Karmiel)  Physically feasible decomposition of Engino toy models: A graph theoretic approach.”

10.45

Tea/Coffee

11.00

Modelling Simulation and Optimisation (MSO) of production systems

Alfred Schmidt (Center for Industrial Mathematics (ZeTeM), University of Bremen) “Optimization of thermal distortions”

 

Thorsten Augspurger (Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering (WZL) RWTH Aachen University) “Math for the monitoring and optimization of the metal cutting”

 

Matthias Brockmann (Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering (WZL) RWTH Aachen University) “Internet of Production - Needs for Applied Mathematics in Future Digital Production Environments”

 

Sarah Mitchell (MACSI, University of Limerick) “Stefan problems in continuous steel casting”

12.30

Lunch

14.00

Data analysis and modelling

Terje Rølvågn (Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Norwegian University of Science and Technology) “Digital Twins for Structural Monitoring - Theory and Applications”

 

Carlo deFalco (MOX, Department of Mathematics, Politecnico di Milano)

 

Will Fahey (Pfizer)  “Vaccine Manufacturing & Business Analytics

 

Margaret O’Halloran (MACSI, University of Limerick & Merck)

 15.30

Tea/Coffee

16.00

Barry O'Sullivan (SFI Centre for Smart Manufacturing Confirm, University College Cork) “Artificial Intelligence and Manufacturing”

16.45

Round table -- Mathematics in Horizon2020 and FP9

18.00

Conference Dinner

 

Friday, 23rd March

09.00

Robotics and production machinery

Olivier Bruls (U.Liège)   "Modelling structural flexibility in industrial robots and production machines"

Premysl Sucha ( Czech Technical University Prague) “Algorithms for Optimizing Energy Consumption of Robotic Cells”

Robert Bohlin (Fraunhofer-Chalmers Centre) “Path planning for robots”

10.10

Tea/Coffee

10.30

MSO for material flow problems

Simone Göttlich (University of Mannheim) “Systems of conveyor belts: modeling and simulation”

 

Stefan Knapp (University of Mannheim) “Production network models with stochastic capacities: semi-Markov and load-dependent approaches”

 

Kevin Moroney (MACSI and Synthesis and Solid State Pharmaceutical Centre, University of Limerick)

 

 

11.40

Closing

 

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