ENBIS Spring Meeting on Digital Twins
Copenhagen, Denmark, May 25-26, 2023
See Timetable for the final programme
Theme of the Spring Meeting
Recent decades have seen a proliferation of computing power that has allowed for more accurate digital representations of physical systems through Digital Twins. Although challenges exist in developing appropriate Digital Twins, they have the potential to provide great benefits. This has led to a fast increase in interest from academia as well as from industry.
At this year's Spring Meeting, we seek to bring together engineers developing Digital Twins with industrial statisticians who have developed powerful methods to analyze the complex datasets generated by these digital replicas. The aim is to foster collaboration, promote knowledge exchange, and advance the development of new techniques that can enhance the accuracy and usefulness of Digital Twins in practical applications.
This event promises to be an exciting and informative opportunity to learn and engage with like-minded researchers, whether you're an engineer, a statistician, or simply curious about the potential of this cutting-edge technology.
Topics include but are not limited to:
Digital Twin development for both the products and processes
Simulation models for Digital Twins
Design and Analysis of computer experiments
Industrial implementation of Digital Twins
Robustness and optimization through Digital Twins
Practical applications and cases studies of data analytics using Digital Twins
Process surveillance and predictive maintenance through Digital Twins
Decision making through Digital Twins
Verification and validation of Digital Twins in real life
ENBIS Spring Meeting Highlights
Confirmed keynotes are:
- Jesper Hattel (Technical University of Denmark): "Digital Twins in Manufacturing Processes – from Hype to Real Examples"
- Ron Kenett (The KPA Group and the Samuel Neaman Institute): "Digital Twins and Engineering of Performance"
The invited sessions are:
- Digital Twins for Logistics by Saeed Farahani (Novo Nordisk A/S) and Svend Skovgaard Petersen (Novo Nordisk A/S)
- Digital Twins for Agrofood by Bart De Ketelaere (KU Leuven) and Tom Leblicq (CNHi)
- Digital Twins for Robust Design by Tobias Eifler (Technical University of Denmark) and Sören Knuts (GKN Aerospace Sweden)
- Digital Twins for Processes by Ulrich Kruhne (Technical University of Denmark) and Carina Gargalo (Technical University of Denmark)
The meeting also includes 6 contributed papers sessions as well as a poster session. For the tentative program please see Scientific Programme.