We Blinded Them with Science

2017-6-16 13:25| 发布者: 李苏克| 查看: 1058| 评论: 0

摘要: Nearly 900 people who know that science will help shape our future gathered in Chicago last week for our event, Science in the Age of Experience. (Did you guess that from the reference in the blog post title to the iconic 1980s song?)The conference included keynote addresses, breakout sessions, an Additive Manufacturing symposium and hackathon, and hands-on time in the 3DEXPERI ...

Nearly 900 people who know that science will help shape our future gathered in Chicago last week for our event, Science in the Age of Experience. (Did you guess that from the reference in the blog post title to the iconic 1980s song?)

The conference included keynote addresses, breakout sessions, an Additive Manufacturing symposium and hackathon, and hands-on time in the 3DEXPERIENCE plaground to explore how science, engineering and technology have joined together in order to simulate a better world, and how the digital revolution is providing scientists and analysts with an extraordinary opportunity to imagine the impossible and innovate the invisible.

Here is a look back at the event through a series of Twitter posts.

Our keynote speaker, Caralynn Nowinski Collens, M.D., UI Labs CEO encouraged the audience to disrupt the usual way of doing things and dare to think and act differently to solve the world’s most complex problems through innovation, rapid experimentation and collaboration.

How can we use the tools we already working with in new and different ways? @Caralynn_CHI @UILABS_ #3DEXPERIENCE pic.twitter.com/iJAWu3Ifsb
— 3DS SIMULIA (@3DS_SIMULIA) May 16, 2017

Take risks, dare to act and think differently @Caralynn_CHI #3DEXPERIENCE @Dassault3DS science event pic.twitter.com/Lv6L0Ukb8e
— alexandrine (@alxdrine) May 16, 2017

In our “Tales of Inspiration” section, Dassault Systèmes customers – including speakers such as aeronautical engineer Arthur Dubois from Joby Aviation and Prof. Katsushi Kunimoto from Nagoya City University Hospital, among others – engaged the audience with stories about working across scientific disciplines to meet engineering and organizational challenges.

Great presentation by Joby Aviation on how #Science & #Technology can give us all more time back! #3DEXPERIENCE pic.twitter.com/JhCqnlP0yw
— Dassault Systèmes (@Dassault3DS) May 16, 2017
Absolutely amazing! Tremendous vision and scope shared by Prof. Kunimoto today at Science in the Age of Experience #3DEXPERIENCE pic.twitter.com/I7hajkIW2O
— Dassault Systèmes (@Dassault3DS) May 16, 2017

In a panel moderated by the CEO of 3EXPERIENCE Platform, brand executives from BIOVIA, GEOVIA and SIMULIA took the stage to share more about how their solution portfolios help drive innovation with the help of scientific discovery.

Simulation and design become one on the #3DEXPERIENCE platform @3DS_SIMULIA Bruce Engelmann R&D pic.twitter.com/LDqlsCaqCA
— Susan Lenzi (@sueslenz) May 16, 2017
The best machine learning in the world is useless unless it's scientifically aware – Jeff Brinen of @exxonmobil #3DEXPERIENCE pic.twitter.com/kXvdVKlMuw
— BIOVIA (@3dsBIOVIA) May 17, 2017

The future of medicine was a major theme across the event – talking about how applying simulation can help develop 3D printed biomaterials and about the importance of applying data to achieve the goal of personalized medicine.

We must understand the human body to design medical devices better #3DEXPERIENCE pic.twitter.com/pX9uTVbYhz
— 3DS SIMULIA (@3DS_SIMULIA) May 16, 2017
Modeling and simulation is changing the way we develop new treatments and devices – Bill Murray of @MDIConline #3DEXPERIENCE pic.twitter.com/bnzqCT6li8
— BIOVIA (@3dsBIOVIA) May 17, 2017
Surgery process reduced from 20 hours to 2 hours with new medical devices designed with #3DEXPERIENCE pic.twitter.com/Y1ozfrqvoQ
— Nicolas Tillet (@ntillet) May 16, 2017
Digital health will help with chronic illness. As wearables​ flood the internet​ with data, organizing and analyzing is more important pic.twitter.com/lv9nXixmkl
— Jeff Kerns (@JKerns10) May 17, 2017

Many other topics were also covered:

Bernie Riemer from @ORNL taking us on an amazing "materials" journey at Science in the Age of Experience! #3DEXPERIENCE pic.twitter.com/w88qksjc4J
— Dassault Systèmes (@Dassault3DS) May 18, 2017
Great #Simulation review this morning at Science in the Age of Experience covering multiple industry workflows. #3DEXPERIENCE pic.twitter.com/yDrOcJF2Cn
— Dassault Systèmes (@Dassault3DS) May 18, 2017
If you are designing or analyzing cars, I think it's safe to say Dassault Systèmes has you covered. #3DEXPERIENCE pic.twitter.com/TIuuaKqFDi
— Roopinder Tara (@rtara) May 17, 2017
Fascinating talk by Dr. Yonggang Huang from @NorthwesternU on stretchable/flexible electronics. #3DEXPERIENCE pic.twitter.com/yNChID10Yw
— Dassault Systèmes (@Dassault3DS) May 17, 2017
Fantastic talk by Jeff Brinen from @exxonmobil talking about #complexity and scale at Science in the Age of Experience! #3DEXPERIENCE pic.twitter.com/tgH8I8v1YL
— Dassault Systèmes (@Dassault3DS) May 17, 2017
#Digital transformation in the food & beverage industry through data science and engineering with Eric Milgram. #3DEXPERIENCE pic.twitter.com/8NZK1Ai0pp
— Dassault Systèmes (@Dassault3DS) May 17, 2017

At all of our “Age of Experience” events, the 3DEXPERIENCE Playground is THE area to visit for networking and hands-on learning.  A few highlights from this week:

Improving life with science at the #3DEXPERIENCE Playground and Partner Showcase featuring over 40 immersive demos and exhibits! pic.twitter.com/W8N5EUAg3o
— Dassault Systèmes (@Dassault3DS) May 17, 2017
Funny to see people driving on the 'wrong' side of a virtual British road #3DEXPERIENCE Science in the Age of Experience @3DS_SIMULIA pic.twitter.com/qWKVLBv0Ml
— Stephen Endersby (@SEndersby) May 16, 2017
Innovation journey with our #3DEXPERIENCE Mine solution at the Science in the Age of Experience Playground. https://t.co/VZTtWmd0YB pic.twitter.com/bcr5jkQJdt
— Dassault Systèmes (@Dassault3DS) May 18, 2017

Finally, we held an Additive Manufacturing symposium (check out a recap of that on our North America blog) which in turn kicked off a 3-day Additive Manufacturing hackathon that concluded at the end of the event. Congratulations to all the participants, especially the winners from Purdue University.

Jerry Feldmiller, from @OrbitalATK, on the importance of collaboration between industry and #AdditiveManufacturing companies #3DEXPERIENCE pic.twitter.com/DoRYA9X2iL
— Dassault Systèmes (@Dassault3DS) May 15, 2017
Dr. Tim Simpson, @penn_state, explores the challenges & opportunities of #AdditiveManufacturing at the Symposium #3DEXPERIENCE pic.twitter.com/PjQgyFIdHZ
— Dassault Systèmes (@Dassault3DS) May 15, 2017
7 teams are working hard to solve 4 real-world challenges at the #AdditiveManufacturing Hackathon! https://t.co/u4spfIJ3PK #3DEXPERIENCE pic.twitter.com/rg891RIt8d
— Dassault Systèmes (@Dassault3DS) May 16, 2017
Congratulations to the Hackathon winners from @LifeAtPurdue "meCast project" – a patient specific functional #3DPrinted brace! #3DEXPERIENCE pic.twitter.com/jRXkrAnPbn
— Dassault Systèmes (@Dassault3DS) May 18, 2017

It was an inspiring gathering of scientific minds, and we look forward to new discoveries at 2018’s Science in the Age of Experience in Boston.  We hope you’ll join us!

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