MS 7: Simulations@Operations – Pervasive simulations: anytime, anywhere


Frank Dürr
Jörg Fehr

Jörg Fehr

Driven by the rapid development of modern mobile devices and mobile communication technologies, simulations can be utilized virtually anywhere and anytime. Wearable AR and VR devices can visualize simulation results and let the user interact with the simulation in real-time. Digital twins can represent physical objects and make these representations available as input to the simulation or control the physical world through the output of the simulation, blending the physical and virtual world into a cyber-physical system. Ultimately, simulations become pervasive and an integral part of many novel applications. In particular, they can significantly improve the operation of “smart” systems, for instance, in future factories or computer-assisted medical procedures, by providing simulation results in the field. Obviously, such pervasive simulations come with many challenges such as the inherent resource limitation of mobile devices making it mandatory to improve the efficiency of simulations and integrate more powerful remote compute resources. The Simulations@Operations mini-symposium highlights through selected presentations from invited experts and researches from the SimTech Excellence Cluster the different applications, challenges, research questions, concepts and technologies that contribute to the implementation of such pervasive simulation systems.

Friday, 6 October 2023, 11:00-12:30 pm

Selection optimization for solvers of simulations

Julia Meißner,
(University of Stuttgart)

11:00 - 11:15 am

Interactive Micro-Visualizations with Simulations on Wearable Devices Tanja Blascheck,
Fairouz Grioui
(University of Stuttgart)
11:15 - 11:30 am
Towards the robotic construction site Grzegorz Orzechowski
(Laparanta LUT University)
11:30 - 11:50 pm
Scheduling Pervasive Simulations in Heterogeneous Edge Computing Janick Edinger
(Universität Hamburg)
11:50 - 12:10 pm
Data-driven reduced order modeling Nathan Kutz
(University of Washington)
12:10 - 12:30 pm
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