In its general assembly in December 2022, the members of the Industrial Consortium SimTech e. V. honored outstanding final theses of SimTech students and PhD students. From many nominations, the board selected the following theses and honored them with 500 EUR prize money each:
Bachelor Thesis: Julius Herb
Machine Learned Prediction of the Response of Uncertain Microstructures.
Institute of Applied Mechanics (MIB), Data Analytics in Engineering (Prof. Felix Fritzen)
Dissertation: Viktor Zaverkin
Investigation of Chemical Reactivity by Machine-Learning Techniques.
Institute for Theoretical Chemistry (Prof. Johannes Kästner)
Congratulations to the award winners!
Industrial Consortium SimTech e. V.
Data-integrated simulation science as a new field of research will have an enormous impact on how future products and technologies are developed, manufactured, and operated. The Stuttgart region at the same time is one of Europe's leading high technology hubs, with a huge potential for transferring groundbreaking ideas into applications. With our orientation of data integration, we position ourselves for the booming field of intelligent systems. In order to make the exchange with industry sustainable, the Industrial Consortium SimTech e. V. was initiated – a non-profit organization serving as a platform for the direct exchange with experienced industrial partners. We also work closely together with the Vice Rectorate for Knowledge and Technology Transfer as well as the Cluster of Excellence on Integrative Computational Design and Construction for Architecture (IntCDC). The association promotes cooperation between the Cluster of Excellence and companies, creates links for applications and strengthens the awareness of SimTech’s scientists for industrial needs and requirements.