June 24th, 14 pm, online
Our new webinar series „AI+M – Innovative Materials with Artificial Intelligence“ is about to start! Together with Fehrmann, we will start on June 24th.
Over the last 70 years computer simulations haven become the dominant tool for calculations in most areas of science and technology. Currently, we are observing a similarly fast rise of artificial intelligence and machine learning. This talk focuses on the question what the relation between these two branches of digital technology will be in materials science as well as other areas of science and technology.
Mahendran Reddy – Moderator
Mahendran Reddy is a design, technology and innovation professional. In his most recent role at NAMIC Singapore, he was actively involved in seeding the adoption of Additive Manufacturing in Industries and expanding the AM ecosystem by initiating collaborative research projects between Industry and Institutes of Higher Learning. As part of the Fehrmann management team, he wants to build a value-added ecosystem of customers, researchers and like-minded professionals to accelerate the global footprint of Fehrmann Tech Group.
Alois Krtil – Opening Address Alois
Krtil studied business informatics and engineering. Since 2011, he has headed the Innovations Kontakt Stelle (IKS), a joint knowledge and technology transfer facility of the City of Hamburg and the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce. Since 2020, he has been the managing director and founder of the Artificial Intelligence Center (ARIC) Hamburg. He is also a lecturer at the University of Hamburg, FOM Hochschule and a member of various committees, steering groups and advisory boards.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian J. Cyron – Keynote Speaker
Prof. Cyron earned his PhD degree in computational engineering from the Technical University of Munich in 2011. He has worked at a number of renowned universities around the world, including California Institute of Technology, Yale University, the National University of Singapore and École Polytechnique (France). Currently he is a full professor at Hamburg University of Technology and director of the Institute of Material Systems Modeling at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Hereon, a major federal research laboratory in north Germany. His research focuses on computer simulation and machine learning for physical systems.