At the beginning of March, Transvalor, a leader in material shaping simulation, and CentraleSupélec via its French center of excellence in Artificial Intelligence (Hub IA) signed for the first time an industrial research prefiguration contract dedicated to IA with the aim of exploring all the possibilities offered by AI applied to digital simulation and more specifically to Transvalor solutions. This collaboration will allow the creation of an industrial chair open to many partners.
CentraleSupélec, born from the merger of Ecole Centrale and Supélec in 2015, is a public institution that covers all Engineering and Systems Sciences, placed under the joint supervision of the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation and the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Digital. This engineering school has 4,300 students, brings together 17 laboratories and research teams, including the Hub IA and its 80 teacher-researchers in artificial intelligence.
Strongly internationalized, the school has forged more than 170 partnerships with the best institutions in the world, including Mila, one of the largest American AI centers at McGill University in Montreal, Canada.
This reference center, ranked among the best institutions in the world, is a founding member of the University of Paris-Saclay and chairs the Groupe des Ecoles Centrale (Lyon, Lille, Nantes and Marseille), which operates the international establishments (Beijing (China) , Hyderabad (India), Casablanca (Morocco)).
The AI Hub, launched in 2020, brings together 20 post-docs, 150 doctoral students, 80 teacher-researchers, around 1,700 researchers who work in 7 main laboratories with the aim of coordinating and improving actions in the field of AI.
Transvalor, a French company created in 1984, based in Sophia Antipolis, defines itself as ” a multicultural and expert team in cutting-edge technologies in simulation and structural analysis. » It collaborates with major university laboratories, such as the Ecole des Mines de Paris, CentraleSupélec, etc.
The suite of high-performance simulation software, which covers a wide range of forming processes for metals in the solid or liquid state, as well as for polymers, that it has developed is aimed at many industrial sectors. : energy, automotive, aeronautics, construction, medical, watchmaking, sports and leisure…
Transvalor has branches and an extensive network of distributors in the United States, Arabia, China and India.
A unique program
For Transvalor and CentraleSupélec, agile and collaborative innovation is the key to supporting industries in their technological transition and meeting the challenges of the future: the optimization of industrial processes, energy sobriety, production integrating the circular economy and reuse. of materials…
Numerical simulation is an essential means of assisting in the design of industrial parts. It makes it possible to limit the number of prototypes, detect manufacturing defects and thus considerably reduce development cycles and costs.
To explore together all the possibilities of AI applied to digital simulation. CentraleSupélec and Transvalor will demonstrate tangible proofs of concept, which will be perpetuated in an industrial chair, open to many other partners.
A huge field of application
The application of AI in industrial modeling is one of the recent developments in digital sciences applied to the field of engineering.
Thanks to ML, data or digital twins, it is now possible to predict and generalize the best uses applied to industry. In addition to accelerating calculation speeds, AI can reduce the amount of waste produced and improve energy efficiency in manufacturing processes. Manufacturers can thus take their place in the circular economy and reduce their carbon footprint.
An unprecedented collaboration in materials science
CentraleSupélec’s IA Hub is a historic partner of Mila, which paves the way for strategic partnerships with North American industry.
In addition to Transvalor’s R&D teams, Frédéric Pascal, deputy director of the DATAIA institute at Paris-Saclay University and head of the IA Hub at CentraleSupélec, Emmanuel Vasquez, Frédéric Magoulès and Francesca Bugiotti are part of this unique collaboration. Researchers, doctoral students, post-docs, students from CentraleSupélec and several engineers from Transvalor, work around various scientific axes, specific to supercomputing. Robert Brunck, President of Transvalor, explains:
“With CEMEF and DATAIA, two highly complementary scientific and technological leaders, Transvalor is proud to open new paths for its material simulation software. Thus, our historic cooperation in materials science with the Ecole des Mines de Paris is enriched through this new and powerful partnership with the leader of AI Industry 4.0 in France. It is the expression of our ambition to serve our customers who are strongly committed to their digital transition. »
CX Exed, a subsidiary of CentraleSupélec dedicated to continuing education, will train Transvalor employees participating in collaborative research projects, in AI.
This partnership, which is fully in line with the France 2030 plan, is a major opportunity for the future of the industry.
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Transvalor and CentraleSupélec sign an industrial research contract dedicated to AI
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