John Deere Fellow, Materials
Manager, Advanced Materials & Mechanics
Moline Technology Innovation Center
“HPC is here, tools are not: how long do we have to wait”
Mohamad S El-Zein, PhD – John Deere Fellow, Materials
Moline, IL, USA
In Corporate culture time is money. The faster the product is driven into the market, the more cost opportunities become available. Tools available to engineers in the areas of Structural analysis, CFD, acoustics, Discrete Element Methods, manufacturing process simulations, data analytics, and many other domains are used heavily during the product design, manufacturing, and operations. However, many of these tools were written before MPP, GPUs, and huge supercomputers available around the world. But incorporations have to balance speed versus cost, here where things get interesting and the act of balancing dollars versus tools versus cores. A run through what is there and their capabilities versus what is delivered to enterprises will be presented.
Thursday 8 February 2018 – 8:45 am – 9:30 am
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Mohamad S El-zein, has a PhD in Engineering Mechanics from VA Tech, 1989 and a MBA from St Ambrose University, 2000. Throughout his career, he worked in Advanced Materials, Mechanics, Testing and Simulation. Led many projects in Advanced composite design, Simulation and experimental duty cycle and Analysis. For the past 10 years, have led the Advanced Materials & Engineering Mechanics, where the responsibilities included Aluminium, AHSS, Magnesium, and Advanced Composites. These responsibilities spanned design, joining, methodology development, simulation, and Analysis.
Mohamad has also been pushing HPC in analysis for the past ten years where he has worked on few initiatives.
Mohamad is a John Deere Fellow, Advanced Materials and Mechanics and also is the Manager of Advanced Materials and Mechanics.
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“Computing at the Edge”
Wednesday 7th February 2018, 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
“Precision Agriculture: how to feed the world through data”
Thursday 8th February 2018, 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
“Meltdown & Spectre: and now what?”
Friday 9th February 2018, 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
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