Best Paper Award

As part of the 20th ESI SimulationX Conference, ESI ITI presents the Best Paper Award.

As part of this year’s ESI SimulationX Conference, the ESI ITI jury presents again the Best Paper Award. A jury from ESI ITI GmbH nominated the best of all the papers submitted for this year's Best Paper Award. The nomination was based on the quality and novelty value of the paper.

Prize Best Paper Award

Best Paper Award 2018

The winner of the award will be chosen by the participants in the audience during the SimulationX Conference. Voting is anonymous. The entry with the most votes wins the Best Paper Award 2018.

The winner of the Best Paper Award will receive 1 SimulationX module of his choice* for rent for 1 year as well as participation in the corresponding training for 1 person.

*except Code Export

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Nominees Best Paper Award

Nominees 2018

1. Systematic improvement of the energy performance of belt conveyors
Uwe Köhler, Leag

2. Design and automated performance-evaluation of path following methods for autonomous wheel loaders using SimulationX
Dr. Manuel Bös, Liebherr Bischofshofen

3. Powertrain NVH Optimization with SimulationX – Process and Applications
Georg Festag, Ford

4. Co-Simulation of Solar District Heating grids and Borehole Thermal Energy Storages using SimulationX
Julian Formhals, TU Darmstadt

5. A XiL Development Environment for Building Energy Management Systems based on FMI
Dr. Tobias Rodemann, Honda Research

6. Simulation-based analysis of pipe rupture protection in an application-specific context
Dr. Dirk Wehner, Hydrive Engineering

7. Model Based Systems Engineering as a basis for early verification in product development process
Dr. Stephan Husung, :em Engineering

8. Module-based synthesis of a 14-unit deep-drawing press including kinetic criteria
Stefan Heinrich, TU Chemnitz

9. Detailed modelling of a hydraulic bearing preload element for drive design and control development
Georg Ivanov, Chemnitzer Maschinen- und Anlagenbau

10. FIRST Hydraulic Coupling with SimulationX Using FMI Standard
Dr. Katja Backhaus, IST GmbH

11. Simulation of the mechanical dryer section of a paper machine
Natalie Osti, Voith Paper

12. Virtual commissioning using a non-real-time simulation environment in combination with a real controller hardware
Rüdiger Kampfmann, Bosch Rexroth AG

13. Development and Applicaton of a SimulationX Library for Magnetic Shape Memory Alloys
Annabell Effner, Technische Universität Dresden

14. Analysis and Dimensioning of a High-Temperature Multi-Stage Hot Forming Process
Jürgen Frank, Schuler

15. Development of a parallel control system for an underground vehicle with SimulationX
Sebastian Voigt, IBAF

16. Simulation bunching machine - Find the right settings
Fabian Holzheu, Niehoff

November 7, 2018, Workshop Day

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