ARC Presence at 2011 GVSETS

2011 Ground Vehicle Systems Engineering and Technology Symposium
August 09-11, Hyatt Regency Dearborn

Wednesday, August 10th

Modeling and Simulation, Testing and Validation (MSTV) mini-symposium
1:10 pm ..... Dr. Zoran Filipi, Professor, University of Michigan on the Model Based Engineering Panel

MSTV mini-symposium: Structures session
3:55 pm ..... Dr. Nick Vlahopoulos, Professor, University of Michigan
Utilizing Simulation Technology for Improving Occupant Survivability for a Vehicle Subject to Loads from Explosions

Thursday, August 11th

MSTV mini-symposium: Vehicle Dynamics and Mobility session
1:00 pm ..... Dr. Huei Peng, Dr. A. Galip Ulsoy, Professors, University of Michigan
Improved Safety and Mobility for Ground Robots

MSTV mini-symposium: Power and Energy session
8:00 am ..... Co-chaired by Dr. Zoran Filipi

MSTV mini-symposium: System/Multi-Domain session
2:00 pm ..... Dr. KK Choi, Professor, University of Iowa
Sampling-Based RBDO Using Stochastic Sensitivity and Dynamic Kriging for Broader Army Applications

System Engineering and Integration mini-symposium
11:30 a.m ..... Steven Hoffenson, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Michigan
Ground Vehicle Safety Optimization Considering Blastworthiness and the Risks of High
Weight and Fuel Consumption (Best Paper award)