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Empowering Engineers to E-Machine Design

Date and Time:
Wednesday, March 13, 2024
8:30 a.m. CET – 5:30 p.m. CET

Porsche Experience Center Hockenheimring
Am Motodrom 9-11
68766 Hockenheim, Germany

Event Overview

Join us Wednesday, March 13th, 2024, for an upcoming Electric Machine Innovation Conference at the Porsche Experience Center Hockenheimring.

This in-person technical conference will focus on the latest technological advancements in Electric machine development. A range of speakers from the industry will discuss their challenges and approaches in this area. In the presentations and workshops, you will learn about technology updates and hear from the customers about their successes in using Ansys solutions. In the break-out sessions, you can discuss your engineering challenges and learn best practices from Ansys Electric Machine experts. 

Who should attend:

Any industry engineer working in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, fluid dynamics; engineering directors and managers; and engineering team members who work in electric motor powertrain, motor electromagnetic design, EE, and ME electric machine design.

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Agenda I March 13, 2024

StartDurationCompanySpeakerJob TitlePresentation Title
8:300:30Registration & Coffee   
9:000:10Ansys - Welcome & HousekeepingMelanie Michon  
9:100:30ZF Friedrichshafen AGViktor RootSimulation Engineer Advanced DevelopmentEvaluation of a Carbon Fiber Wrapped Rotor for Electric Machines from Electromagnetic, Thermal, and Mechanical Perspectives
9:400:30AnsysJames GossPrincipal Product ManagerCloud-based solution for collaborative concept design of electric powertrains: ConceptEV
10:100:30SchaefflerPierre MilithalerDevelopment engineer / Expert e-motor simulation methodsNVH-oriented EM design optimization based on requirements at all operating points
11:000:30Renault & AnsysCalin Popescu
Jack Beane
E-motor Thermal Design Specialist
Application Engineer
Thermal modelling of rotor impinged oil jets on high speed electric machines
11:300:30AnsysDaniel BachinskiLead Application EngineerPerformance Assessment of Electric Motors
12:000:30AnsysMelanie MichonDirector Application EngineeringElectrical Machine Development Platform
13:300:30Stark FutureDragos PostariuHead of Power ElectronicsStark Future, Challenging the norm
14:000:30AnsysJack BeaneApplication EngineerUsing Pymotorcad to enable limitless motor geometries
14:300:30AnsysNicolas RiviereSenior Application EngineerDesign optimization of a synchronous reluctance electric motor by deep-learning technique
15:300:30Ask the Expert 1: Adaptive TemplatesJonathan Godbehere
Nicolas Riviere
Manager Application Engineering
Senior Application Engineer
16:000:30Ask the Expert 2: ConceptEVJames GossPrincipal Product Manager 
16:300:30Ask the Expert 3: Motor NVHJames Packer
Giulia Urgera
Lead Application Engineer
Application Engineer
17:000:30Ask the Expert 4: Motor losses + thermalDaniel Bachinski
Jack Beane
Lead Application Engineer
Application Engineer
17:300:10Closing talkMelanie Michon  

Contact Information

For more information, please contact:

Katja Schrottenbaum, Field Marketing Manager