nTop Training: Automotive
Registration for this training is now closed. If you are interested in our next workshop nTop Training: Essentials on Thursday, March 11, register here.
In this online workshop, you will learn how to use nTopology for a multitude of automotive applications — from functional lightweighting to design exploration.
Through hands-on exercises, you will gain an in-depth understanding of the different latticing, texturing, patterning, and topology optimization capabilities of nTopology. You will also learn how to use Field-Driven Design techniques to control your designs in every point in space.
Join and learn how to:
- Develop lattice structures and 3D printed foams with tailored properties when manufacturing materials are a constraint
- Create procedural textures and perforation patterns for aesthetic or functional applications and explore thousands of design variations
- Generate, smoothen, and post-process topology optimization results and export the lightweight parts to your native CAD system
- 10:00am -10:30am Session 1: Architected Materials for Seat Cushions
- 10:30am - 11:00am Session 2: Surface Textures & Patterns for Car Design
- 11:00am - 1:00pm Session 3: Topology Optimization & Post-processing
- 1:00pm - 1:30pm Session 4: Recap & Live Q&A
Bonus — All eligible participants will receive a free trial license of nTopology which will be issued on Wednesday, February 24, 2021.
Important — Registration closes on Tuesday, February 23 at 5pm ET / 2pm PT. Don’t forget to save your spot!
Alejandro Lopez, Application Engineer
Alejandro Carcel Lopez is an Application Engineer in EMEA for nTopology. He holds a Bsc and MSc in Aerospace Engineering from Universidad Politécnica de Valencia and ISAE-SUPAERO respectively, and lives in Toulouse, France. He helps companies adopt high-tech innovative and automated workflows using nTopology, across automotive, aerospace, medical, energy and heavy industries, as well as consulting and service bureaus. His international experience allows him to communicate in four different languages (Spanish, English, French and German), and his experience in aerospace propulsion systems/structure integration (pylon, nacelle and engine) has provided him with extensive knowledge of design, stress and thermal engineering, as well as qualification, certification and operational maturity. He is also experienced doing advanced FEM simulation; more specifically, he conducted an internationally awarded research project during his Master's on lightning strike loading modeling, simulation of composite structures delamination and protection optimization.
Evan Pilz, Application Engineer
Evan is a mechanical engineer with a focus in additive manufacturing from the University of Pittsburgh. Evan has worked with nTopology in the past and has now joined the team as an Application Engineer.