Workshop Mechatronic Design Workshop & Kick-off MBSE4Mechatronics

Welcome at the third mechatronic design workshop, organized by FMTC in collaboration with LCM (Linz Center of Mechatronics).

Detailed Program:

  • 9h   Welcome by Gregory Pinte, Workshop Chairman and Wim Symens, Technical Director FMTC
  • 9h10 Mechtronic Design and MBSE by Workshop Chairman Peter Hehenberger, Johannes Kepler Univerisity Linz, Austria
  • 9h20 MBSE4Mechatronics: project objectives by Gregory Pinte, FMTC
  • 9h45 Focusing on Value: MBSE Support for Value-Driven Architecting of Mechatronic Systems by Chris Paredis, Model-Based System Engineering Centre, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
  • 10h45 Coffee Break
  • 11h15 Holistic and exceptionally fast mechatronic solution concept optimization by Jan Wikander, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 11h45 Optimal hybrid driveline synthesis using simulations by Joasef Mueller, LMS International Leuven and Klaas Gadeyne, FMTC
  • 12h15 Model based analysis and control of mechanic and mechatronic systems @ KU Leuven by Wim Desmet and Frank Naets
  • 12h45 lunch
  • 13h30 lab visit of FMTC and KU Leuven (PMA)
  • 14h15 Function allocation theory - Systems architecting method for mechatronic systems by Tetsuo Tomiyama, University Cranfield, UK
  • 14h45 Consistency of research activities on MBSE at Supméca by Jean-Yves Choley, Supméca, Paris
  • 15h15 Coffee Break
  • 15h45 Rule-based design space exploration - from electrical circuit generation to mechatronic system design by Hans Vangheluwe, UA and McGill University, Montreal, Canada
  • 16h15 MBSEMechatronics: next steps by Gregory Pinte, FMTC
  • 16h45 Closing session by Chairmen Gregory Pinte and Peter Hehenberger
  • 17h   Reception


mdw@fmtc.be before May 5th

Participation fee:

Participants: 100€ (after registration, you will receicve an invoice). Free of charge for user group members of MBSE4Mechatronics project

More information: gregory.pinte@fmtc.be and peter.hehenberger@jku.at





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