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Ansys has revealed that it is now the exclusive provider of multi-physics engineering simulation software at a new research and educational facility at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee (UWM).

The Ansys Institute for Industrial Innovation (AI3) will serve as a portal for businesses seeking to partner with the university’s College of Engineering and Applied Science on specific engineering projects.

AI3 will also provide students with engineering simulation software tools, enabling hands-on experience and the opportunity to develop design solutions for industry-sponsored projects.

UWM chose Ansys based on a number of factors, including its experience in the field of engineering simulation technology and its multi-physics portfolio that can be scaled to meet users’ needs.

The institute is also charged with increasing the college’s research links with business and industry as well as fostering economic growth and development in south-eastern Wisconsin through technology-transfer and industry assistance.

Michael Lovell, dean at the UWM’s College of Engineering and Applied Science, said: ‘The first step in forging more connections with area companies involves our students and faculty participating in curricular and research programmes that address the local industry’s problems or areas of interest.

‘Multi-physics simulation software from Ansys gives us the exact tools we need to foster innovation and creativity in our students.

‘With it, we can offer industries the flexibility and cost-saving benefits of computer simulation in the investigation of engineering designs,’ he added.

According to Lovell, partnerships spawned at the institute will give industry access to potential new employees that are already trained using Ansys technologies.

The College of Engineering and Applied Science’s new Ansys institute, which is situated within the Kenwood campus, will utilise simulation technology from Ansys to focus on current and emerging industry research in healthcare, advanced manufacturing, biomedical engineering and freshwater sciences.

Research conducted at the new facility is intended to stimulate the area’s economy by focusing on these key industries.

University facility uses Ansys simulation software

Ansys has revealed that it is now the exclusive provider of multi-physics engineering simulation software at a new research and educational facility at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee (UWM).

The Ansys Institute for Industrial Innovation (AI3) will serve as a portal for businesses seeking to partner with the university’s College of Engineering and Applied Science on specific engineering projects.

AI3 will also provide students with engineering simulation software tools, enabling hands-on experience and the opportunity to develop design solutions for industry-sponsored projects.

UWM chose Ansys based on a number of factors, including its experience in the field of engineering simulation technology and its multi-physics portfolio that can be scaled to meet users’ needs.

The institute is also charged with increasing the college’s research links with business and industry as well as fostering economic growth and development in south-eastern Wisconsin through technology-transfer and industry assistance.

Michael Lovell, dean at the UWM’s College of Engineering and Applied Science, said: ‘The first step in forging more connections with area companies involves our students and faculty participating in curricular and research programmes that address the local industry’s problems or areas of interest.

‘Multi-physics simulation software from Ansys gives us the exact tools we need to foster innovation and creativity in our students.

‘With it, we can offer industries the flexibility and cost-saving benefits of computer simulation in the investigation of engineering designs,’ he added.

According to Lovell, partnerships spawned at the institute will give industry access to potential new employees that are already trained using Ansys technologies.

The College of Engineering and Applied Science’s new Ansys institute, which is situated within the Kenwood campus, will utilise simulation technology from Ansys to focus on current and emerging industry research in healthcare, advanced manufacturing, biomedical engineering and freshwater sciences.

Research conducted at the new facility is intended to stimulate the area’s economy by focusing on these key industries.

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