Forum Science & Education

ESI SimulationX User Forum, November, 24 - 25, 2016

System simulation at universities and other educational bodies is an essential tool not only in research, but also as part of modern education where physical correlations are taught. Jump right into the ESI SimulationX User Forum and enjoy exciting presentations with industrial and research-related backgrounds. Sessions from the “Science and Education” block show the highlights in research with system simulation as a tool at universities and offer a platform for discussions on the benefits in education.

Day 1

Session leader: Prof. Winfried Egger, FH Kärnten


Physiology in fracture to optimize a cooling and compression bandage
Annekathrin Päßler, TU Dresden (IFTE) 
14.00 PM: room Hamburg I

System, process development and simulation of a regulated test bench for hoists
Andreas Max, HS Magedeburg-Stendal 
14.30 PM: room Hamburg I

Simulation of thermal behavior in wet clutches
Andreas Trittel-Schabacker, TU Kassel
15.00 PM: room Hamburg I

Day 2

Session leader: Thomas Hofmann, ESI ITI

Open discussion: E-Learning

The ESI ITI Academy goes online – the well-known SimulationX training courses offer a new virtual option. After an inspiring presentation by Prof. Egger (Carinthia University of Applied Sciences), feel free to join an open discussion about the potential of SimulationX e-learning in education. Benefit from a lively exchange with academics on the use of SimulationX for an improved knowledge transfer.


SimulationX - the Challenge of modern Academic Lecturing on Applied Science Universities with focus to the "New Media"-Students Generation
Prof. Winfried Egger, FH Kärnten
11:00 AM

From SimulationX beginner to expert: E-Learning in science and education

Introduction to SimulationX e-learning
Concept: Integration of e-learning at universities
11.30 AM: Room St. Rotterdam

Discussion: Teaching the basics of system simulation - with SimulationX and e-learning

Self-study through e-learning: Will it replace traditional seminars?
Opportunities and restrictions of online forums as a knowledgebase?

12 PM: Room St. Rotterdam

  • Recommended for: teachers, tutors, lecturers and intructors from educational bodies or decision-makers on the recruitment of student interns and on additional employee training in companies
  • Duration: 1,5h
  • Time/Room: 11 AM - 12.30 PM, Room St. Rotterdam
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