Jul 13 • 23M

Physics-Driven Generative Design: The Future of Engineering - Nina Korshunova - Hyperganic


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CDFAM Computational Design (+DfAM) Symposium Presentations + Interviews

This recording from the CDFAM Computational Design (+DfAM) Symposium features Nina Korshunova of Hyperganic.

Presentation Title: Physics-Driven Generative Design: The Future of Engineering

Abstract: Nina Korshunova, Director of Technology at Hyperganic, unfolds the potential of physics-driven generative design in reshaping the future of engineering. Through her presentation, she delves into the intersections of physics and generative design and its implications for advanced engineering practices. Utilizing her expertise and drawing upon her experiences at Hyperganic, Korshunova provides in-depth insights into the tangible applications and potential of this novel approach, enhancing our understanding of this emerging field.

Audience: This presentation is tailored for professionals, researchers, and academics in the fields of computational design, additive manufacturing, generative design, and physics. Those intrigued by the integration of physics and generative design in the context of modern engineering will find this presentation particularly valuable