Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics

The 31st Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics will be held here in Umeå, October 25–26, 2018.

Mathematics paves the way for forest machines

Mathematical optimization can be used to determine the best routes for transporting logs in and out from the forest. Read about associate professor Eddie Wadbro's work on this.

Virtual autonomous vehicles at CVT2018

The Commercial Vehicle Technology Symposium 2018 (CVT2018) was held 13-15 March in Kiaserslautern. Martin Servin from UMIT and Michael Brandl from Algoryx Simulation was there and presented work on virtual environments for autonomous vehicles.

Award to granular bulk vision in innovation idea competition

MBV Systems was awarded at SIP STRIM and EIT RawMaterials annual innovation idea competition. The winning pitch, awarded with 600.000 SEK, describe a new technique for granular bulk vision based on state-of-art measurement system and mathematical models for granular flow that was developed recently ...

Non-selfadjoint operator functions

Axel Torshage defended his doctoral thesis on non-selfadjoint operator functions, which are prevalent in mathematical models of many physical systems when dispersion and damping are taken into account.

Grants for Cut Finite Elements

The Swedish Research Council has granted a total of SEK 5.8 million for research around cut finite element methods.

Research and development of humanoid robots using physics-based simulation

Dr. Shinichiro Nakaoka from AIST visited UMIT Lab on October 31 and gave a talk on the use of physics-based simulation in research and development of humanoid robots.

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