Engineering a Better Planet: Simulation for Climate Tech
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Adapting to a changing climate will require an exponential increase in climate-tech innovation and funding. Watch this webinar where we showcase the latest technology and applied methods in adapting our homes, cities, and industries toward a decarbonized future.
This content is for engineers, scientists, and anyone interested in learning more about how engineering simulation can be used to address climate change.
Dr. Naghman Khan has a PhD in building simulation and is a founding member of the CIBSE Building Simulation Group and co-author of CIBSE AM11: Building Performance Modeling. He works with SimScale and technology providers to rapidly accelerate digital transformation for a sustainable built environment and is a published researcher on energy efficiency, microclimate simulation, and sustainable buildings.
With a background in applied mathematics and mechanical engineering, Richard is a valuable member of the Product Management Team at SimScale. He and his team constantly try and make SimScale a better fit for every engineer in the world.
Research & Development Lead
Param is an Energy Engineer specializing in energy storage. At LUMENION, he works on the realization of an ideal thermal energy storage system and leads the company’s Research & Development team on industrial scale renewable process heating.
Head of Building Engineering
Ratomir leads the team for modeling and building analysis including building physics, development of analysis tools and mechanisms for building control, evaluation and assessment of building systems and data based on machine learning algorithms.
Head of Simulation
Julia is responsible for aerodynamic simulations and structural analysis of the turbines developed by EM Wind. The simulations are used for estimating the optimal dimensions and shapes of the turbine blades or wings, along with dimensioning various parts of the turbine. Julia is also an expert in urban wind modeling.
Kartikeya is an Associate environmental consultant at PRP and a Module Leader at the University of Westminster master’s programme in Architecture and Environmental Design. With over ten years of industry experience, he has led the environmental design for numerous schemes and delivered some of the most sustainable buildings in the UK and abroad, which includes Kingston University’s Town House – RIBA Stirling Prize Winner 2021, LSE’s Centre Building Winner of RIBA National Award & Civic Trust Award 2021, and Noida International Airport Winner of AR Future project Award 2022.
“If there is an architect that comes to you with a geometry in the morning, you can get the building ready for simulation in one or two hours, get the results after lunch and have time to go through a process of changes, according to the results. So in one day, we are able to optimize. The results we get from SimScale help us quickly understand how a building is going to behave and what kind of impact the building geometry will have on the surrounding space.”
“We perform a wide range of sustainability and microclimate analyses on all our projects. In order to streamline the work processes, we have implemented a large number of automations, optimizing processes and enhancing the collaboration with our partners in the AEC industry, including SimScale.”
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