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Michigan Institute for Computational Discovery and Engineering pres.

Prith Banerjee: Future of Simulation-Based Product Innovation in the Digital World

MICDE Seminar Series

In this talk, Banerjee will discuss how the ANSYS Pervasive Simulation Platform allows hardware and software developers to work together in all phases of a product development lifecycle including Ideation, Design Manufacturing, and Operations. Simulation tools are increasingly being used in the ideation phase by designers to get real-time simulation of the parts as soon as they are being conceptualized. This has resulted in shorter, agile product cycles even for hardware products allowing innovative products to be designed and produced in months and days. Companies are increasingly using model-based systems engineering concepts to take high level requirements of products, and manage the complexity of product design using concepts of Digital Threads, Digital Twins, and Digital Continuity. We will touch upon some future directions of simulation-based product innovation around AI/Machine Learning, Multi-physics Platforms, Hyperscale Simulation, and the convergence of the Digital and Physical worlds using IOT and Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality.

Prith Banerjee is the Chief Technology Officer of ANSYS where he is responsible for leading the evolution of ANSYS’ Technology strategy and champion the company’s next phase of innovation and growth. He also serves on the Board of Directors of Cray, Inc. and Cubic Corporation. Previously he used to be Senior Client Partner at Korn Ferry where he was responsible for IOT and Digital Transformation in the Global Industrial Practice. Formerly, he was Executive Vice President, Chief Technology Officer of Schneider Electric.

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