It presents itself as Europe’s business festival for innovation and digitalisation: CeBIT 2018. As the world’s largest trade fair for information technology, CeBIT 2018 will kick off with new topics, new formats and a new design. The University of Stuttgart and the Cluster of Excellence SimTech will once again be there.
From 11th to 15th June 2018, CeBIT opens its doors for visitors and exhibitors. As in the previous year, the University of Stuttgart is a co-exhibitor at the “Baden-Württemberg joint stand” in Hall 27, Stand H 51. In the foreground of the presentation are university spin-offs, such as the start-up Inpartik.
The HP3-Mole, a highly specialized temperature measurement device of German Aerospace Center (DLR) is currently in flight on board of NASA-mission InSight on its way to Mars. Upon arrival in November 2018, it is going to measure the temperature profile several meters subsurface. By this means, it will be possible to answer complex questions about the genesis of the planet.
Throughout the development of the HP3-Mole, DLR trustingly relied on the multiple features of the special purpose software Pasimodo of Inpartik, a start-up of the University of Stuttgart.
Apart from that, based on ample experience from multdisciplinary research and development, Inpartik provided advice regarding modeling of the Mars soil and the optimization of the energy efficient impellent that is exclusively driven by solar power.
With Pasimodo as a unique tool, it is also possible to investigate the complex interaction between granular matter, fluids and machine parts in terrestrial applications.
At CeBIT Inpartik will provide spectacular insight into the manifold fields of application of the particle simulation software Pasimodo that was developed in cooperation with the cluster of excellence SimTech.