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      BMBF Funding for the eEgO Joint Project

      This project is being carried out as a joint endeavor under the coordination and with the technical participation of the asc(s, the Automotive Simulation Center Stuttgart. Further partners in the joint project are divis intelligent solutions GmbH, SCALE GmbH, GNS mbH, the University of Wuppertal (Bergische Universität) and the Technical University at Munich.

      This project, which is being carried out under the coordination and technical participation of asc(s e.V.), is an innovative joint project that brings together various experts and organizations. The other partners include divis intelligent solutions GmbH, SCALE GmbH, GNS mbH, the University of Wuppertal and the Technical University of Munich.

      The overarching goal of this project is the research and development of novel software applications that aim to significantly reduce response times in the structural optimization of crash-relevant components. Through the use of physical and mathematical substitute models, the project aims to overcome previously economically and practically inadequate response times in structural optimization. The focus is on enabling applicability in the vehicle development process.

      The collaboration between different experts and organizations within this joint project offers a unique opportunity to develop innovative solutions for the challenges in structural optimization of crash-relevant components. The project not only strives for technological advances, but also aims to improve efficiency and practicability in vehicle development.

      The use of advanced physical and mathematical surrogate models is seen as a key strategy to overcome previous limitations in the response time of structural optimization. Through these targeted developments, the aim is not only to advance scientific research, but also to create concrete applications in the field of vehicle development that have a lasting impact on the efficiency and safety of crash-relevant components.

      The following associated partners are providing professional advice and other input to the project: Adam Opel AG, AUDI AG, Benteler Automobiltechnik GmbH, BMW AG, Dassault Systèmes / SFE GmbH, Daimler AG, Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, Robert Bosch GmbH and Volkswagen Osnabrück GmbH.

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