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A podcast series for engineers by engineers, Engineer Innovation focuses on how simulation and test can help you drive innovation into your products and deliver the products of tomorrow, today. 
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Engineer Innovation Siemens Digital Industries Software

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A podcast series for engineers by engineers, Engineer Innovation focuses on how simulation and test can help you drive innovation into your products and deliver the products of tomorrow, today. 
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    Engineer of the future

    Engineer of the future

    Engineers of the future entering the work environment will be entering one very different from what current engineers experience today. Let’s join Remi Duquette and Stephen Ferguson to explore how artificial intelligence will shape the engineer of the future. One thing is for sure - change is coming and with it the promise of an even brighter tomorrow.
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    • 25 min
    What are digital twins made of?

    What are digital twins made of?

    Welcome to the second episode of Engineer Innovation— a podcast for engineers, by engineers. Because we all want to build a better tomorrow, faster.  
    For a long time, engineers have just picked materials off a catalog without asking any ‘what if’ questions regarding them. This episode will dig into why past views of materials have limited innovation and what is being done to unlock performance by changing those views. 
     
    We’ll discuss the crucial role of materials in product and system optimization, as well as the changes that we can expect to see in the future. 
     
    Stephen Ferguson, Director of Marketing Content for Siemens Digital Industries Software is joined by Raphael Stargrove - the Vice President of Product Strategy at Citrine Informatics. Join them as they discuss the developments that are happening in material science and the accomplishments that have been made in the recent past. 


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    • 27 min
    Ride the digital wave with CFD simulation

    Ride the digital wave with CFD simulation

    People have been riding waves for more than 5000 years, which makes surfing one of the world’s oldest sports. The surfboard industry is worth $3 billion, and surfing will debut as an Olympic sport in Tokyo this summer. But it’s more than just a sport.  
    In ancient Hawaiian culture, the art of he’e nalu (or “wave sliding”) is endowed with almost religious significance, where frustrated surfers would call upon the kahuna (priest) to aid them with a surfing prayer which asked the Gods to deliver great surf. 
    At the heart of the culture is the almost spiritual act of “surfboard shaping” in which a skilled craftsman manually shaves a piece of wood (or more recently polyurethane) into a hydrodynamic planing surface, carefully adjusting its shape for specific wave conditions and surfer preferences.  
    Using this process, guided by surfer feedback, surfboard design has evolved over hundreds of years. In this podcast, we ask the question, “could a digital twin help to design better, more responsive surfboards?” And discuss how you can test a digital surfboard using a digital wave. 
    For additional episodes please go to https://blogs.sw.siemens.com/podcasts/
    To learn more about Siemens Simcenter simulation and testing portfolio please go to https://www.plm.automation.siemens.com/global/en/products/simcenter/
    To learn more about Nabla Flow please go to https://nablaflow.no/

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