CADFEM esocaet fosters career qualifications in the field of simulation through seminars, online learning, and university coursework. Therefore, our educational advancement opportunities allow you to strengthen your skills for a wide variety of CAE-responsibilities, regardless of the simulation software you use. To this end, we cooperate with professors and respected industry specialists, who bring expertise from a variety of universities and professional fields. By participating in our educational advancement opportunities you have the chance to advance your simulation expertise with the newest technology or to fill any knowledge gaps through our seminars. Our program offerings will surely benefit the quality of your work, enabling you to perform with more efficiency, creativity, and innovation. You have the opportunity to improve your career, which in turn will influence your own personal well-being and satisfaction in the short-term, and ultimately impact your life positively in the long-run. After all, you spend a significant part of your life at work. Our career-integrated educational opportunities are unfortunately not free, but they are certainly worth it: our participants have confirmed that the investment of time and money has paid off!
Simulation-Based Engineering / Computer Aided Engineering (CAE)
Simulation-based engineering is the consistent use of simulation throughout the product development process - from the initial analysis of the first concept ideas to the continuous review and improvement of product properties in various stages of development until the optimization of machine processing or other alternative studies. The use of FEM (finite element method) or CFD (computational fluid dynamics) began several years ago, especially in the aerospace sector, the automotive industry and in civil engineering, so nowadays the methods have been established in almost all industrial sectors as well as in other applications such as medicine. Current methods make it possible to simulate entire systems and to examine complete products in realistic high-pressure scenarios in advance. Simulations help us gain a holistic understanding of the product and answer a key question: Can the product fulfill what it promised to the customer?