Siemens PLM, UC host progress review meeting for simulation center

Stefan Jockusch (vice president, strategy), head of the Siemens PLM visited the University of Cincinnati's Siemens Simulation Technology Center and interacted with members.

UC College of Engineering and Applied Science professor Jay Kim gave a presentation to the strategy team about the vision of the simulation center and how UC plans to integrate the Siemens PLM tools into the academic curriculum at UC and share the academic package built with Siemens.

Additionally, UC engineering professor Sam Anand went into detail about the academic modules he has developed for the course “CAD for Manufacturing” using Siemens PLM tools and his research work in the field of additive manufacturing.

Graduate assistants working in the simulation center presented examples of problems they have developed for different courses in which they have implemented the PLM tools. It was followed by a working lunch and discussion about future plan for the simulation center.

The two groups meeting in a boardroom
The two groups meeting in a boardroom
The two groups meeting in a boardroom

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