UPV at Glass Forming Process Simulation at I-ESA 2024

Location: Crete, Greece.

From the 10th to the 12th of April 2024, the 12th International Conference on Interoperability for Enterprise Systems and Applications (I-ESA 2024) provided a stage for innovators to convene, collaborate, and share insights on enhancing interoperability in enterprise systems and applications. 

Among the participants was Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV), a key partner in the DiMAT project. At the forefront of UPV’s involvement were Jaume Sempere Torregrosa and Harrison de la Rosa Ramírez.

Harrison de la Rosa Ramírez delivered  a compelling presentation titled “Digital Tools for Modeling and Simulation of Glass Forming Process,” offering a glimpse into the cutting-edge developments within the DiMAT Project and one of its pilots, through which the  DiMAT digital solutions will be tested directly by the industry. 

Specifically, the presentation delved into the current stage of the MPS (Modeling and Simulation) toolkit development, showcasing UPV’s dedication to advancing simulation techniques for glass forming processes.

In his address, Harrison de la Rosa Ramírez emphasized: “By establishing and offering this innovative methodology for simulating the glass-forming process, utilizing a combination of freely available tools, we open avenues to reduce human error and minimize machine energy consumption during manufacturing. This approach provides a dependable pathway for predicting glass behaviour under specific processing conditions, which can be replicated, adjusted, and tailored as per requirements.”

As DiMAT celebrates a remarkable month of active engagement in prestigious conferences, UPV’s impactful presence at I-ESA 2024 serves as a testament to our commitment to advancing digitisation in materials engineering.

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