ANSYS Electrifying Innovation Conference

July 23, 2019

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (EST)

Southfield, MI


Danielle Frederick
+1 248-251-0128

In today’s rapidly changing business environment, engineers must innovate quickly to incorporate new features while reducing development costs and delivering new products to the market before the competition.  We look forward to bringing key industry stakeholders together to discuss the newest technological advancements in electrification technologies.   We will address issues related to end-use electrification, look at ways to increase efficiency, reduce cost and understand how simulation plays a key role in achieving these goals.

Join us as we return to Michigan for our 3rd annual ANSYS Electrifying Innovation Conference on July 23, 2019! This one-day conference will provide detailed insight into how leading companies are utilizing simulation to advance their product development. We will bring together ANSYS users, partners, developers, and industry experts for networking, learning, and sharing of new ideas. 

New this year at the Electrifying Innovation Conference:

  • Experience Event at the conference, where attendees will have live demonstrations of the power of simulation in action
  • Exhibitor preview where attendees will interact with ANSYS partners around the concept of electrification
  • Co-Located Workshops around Electronics Reliability and NVH of E-Motor, pre and post conference offering attendees the chance to put their knowledge to work

Space is limited, register now to secure your complimentary admission.  Registration is free for the first 250 registrants and $150 per person after the first 250 people have signed up. 


Main Conference Day  Electronic Reliability Workshop NVH of Electric Motor Workshop NVH of Electric Motor Workshop
July 23, 2019 July 22, 2019  July 24, 2019  July 25, 2019



What To Expect


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 8:30 AM   Welcome & Registration  
 9:00 AM   Welcome Address  
 9:10 AM   Understanding AVAS and NVH on electric vehicle standards - Ford Motor Company  
 9:40 AM   BMS software integrated with physics simulation - ANSYS  
10:10 AM  Break & Networking  
10:25 AM  Optimization of axial flux PM motors for electric traction - University of Kentucky  
 10:55 AM  Electronics reliability for automotive electronics  
 11:25 AM  Electro-thermal coupling simulation for battery packs - A123 Systems  
 12:00 PM   Lunch  
 1:00 PM   EMI EMC simulation for automotive electronics - ANSYS  
 1:30 PM   Numerical investigation of thermal mitigation in battery modules - ANSYS  
 2:00 PM  Multiphysics parametric optimization for electric motors - ANSYS  
 2:40 PM   Traction inverter system performance evaluation using ANSYS simulation - Ford Motor Company  
 3:40 PM   Demo Power Hour   
 5:15 PM  Closing Remarks  







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