Industrial Simulation Virtual Workshop
March 10, 2021
Fast & Easy Electronics Thermal Management
March 10, 2021
Our guest speaker, Seongsu Park, a researcher at Forwiz System, will share insights on how they optimized their CPU cooling by integrating SimScale into their workflow without the requirement of additional preparation of computational resources and physical space.
Each attendee will have direct access to SimScale software and experts to complete their own modeling and simulation of an electronics cooling case. Expert instructors will guide the workshop with step-by-step directions in an interactive environment that allows for discussion and Q&A.
Forwiz System is an IT company mainly focused on system integration, network, and software development. They have recently launched a division dedicated to thermal management projects including cooling for high-end server computers and electric vehicle batteries. Forwiz System Co., Ltd is a professional IT service company that provides the best value to clients through Smart Technologies & Services.
No prior knowledge or software is required to join this webinar. All participants can get access to SimScale with all the required simulation features by creating a Community account on our website. If you are unable to attend the live session, we would still encourage you to register to receive the recording.
Seongsu Park has two degrees from Kyoto University, Japan with a bachelor's degree engineering science, a master’s degree in micro engineering and is currently pursuing his PhD. His work focused on separation of biomolecules using microfluidic devices.
Co-Founder & Product Manager
With a background in computational mechanics and control technology, Alex Fischer worked for 10 years in different product and engineering roles, building a fully cloud and web-based simulation platform. He is a co-founder of SimScale, and leads the company's efforts for thermal management and electronics solutions.
“We are using SimScale to drive mechanical decisions during design time. Our mechanical engineers use SimScale to test new solutions and to choose the one with a better heat distribution. In particular, we are not interested to estimate the exact temperature in critical areas but instead, we use SimScale to find bottlenecks in heat dissipation and to confirm our thermal solutions by comparing different 3D models and different materials.”
“When I started with SimScale, I knew from my previous experience how simulations are structured and work, but I had forgotten some details over the years. The great tutorials, documentation, and personal conversations with support have brought me up to date within 2 months of using SimScale. I am now well versed and use SimScale even with smaller problems to confirm my pre-calculations and to quickly compare design studies.”
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