On December 14th, the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” played host to a cutting-edge workshop titled “Digital Twins 4 Aerospace: CAE Modelling of Future Mobility.” This event served as a platform for researchers and engineers from both academia nd industry to delve into the latest advancements in numerical analysis and design methodologies within the aerospace sector. The workshop provided a unique opportunity for participants to showcase the current state of research in tools aimed at enhancing the design process of aircraft, rockets, and satellites. Delving into the intricacies of CFD, FEA, and other simulation techniques, experts explored how these technologies are reshaping the landscape of aerospace engineering.

Organized by Professor Marco Evangelos Biancolini, an expert in Machine Design, and Ubaldo Cella, a researcher at the Enterprise Engineering department “Mario Lucertini,” the workshop attracted professionals with diverse backgrounds, fostering an interdisciplinary exchange of ideas. The range of topics covered during the event extended beyond the aerospace domain, emphasizing the broader impact of numerical tools capable of efficiently modeling the physics involved in complex mechanical systems. This inclusivity opened up discussions on how advancements in aerospace engineering could be leveraged to benefit other fields of engineering.

Throughout the workshop, participants had the opportunity to engage with presentations that unveiled the latest research findings and innovative solutions. These presentations not only showcased the progress made in aerospace design but also shed light on the potential cross-disciplinary applications of these advanced numerical tools.

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