During March, Transvalora leader in material forming simulation and CentraleSupelec, engineering school of excellence, have joined forces to create an industrial chair dedicated to artificial intelligence.
The desire of both parties is to explore together all the possibilities offered by theAI coupled with numerical simulation in order to innovate in the industry sector.
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Explore AI as a Whole
Want to explore theAI, it’s like wanting to explore the immensity of space, it’s a task that opens up almost infinite possibilities of application.
Applied to industrial modelling, this exploration is made possible thanks to the conjunction of 3 factors :
- The wealth and variety of data
- The power of algorithms
- Increased computing capacity
For this, tools like the machine learning or data make it possible to drastically reduce the quantity of waste produced or even gain in energy efficiency in manufacturing processes. L’AI can therefore be a way of making our less polluting industries and of create a virtuous circle.
An unprecedented cooperation
With those 1700 AI researchersthe AI Hub of CentraleSupelec is an important center of research. He is a partner with Milaone of the largest American AI centers in theMcGill University of Montreal.
Side CentraleSupelec, emmanuel vasquez, Frederic Magoulès and Francesca Bugiotti are directly involved in this partnership. Frederic Pascal (deputy director of the institute DATAIA of the University Paris Saclay) is also engaged in this unprecedented scientific collaboration.
” With the CEMEF and DATAIAtwo 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 theParis School of Mines is enriched through this new and powerful partnership with the leader of theAI Industry 4.0 in France, explains Robert Brunckpresident of Transvalor.It is the expression of our ambition to serve our customers who are strongly committed to their digital transition”.
“We must constantly be at the forefront of innovation in digital simulation to provide solutions to our customers: save time and optimize material forming processes, accurately Stephane HeitzManaging Director of Transvalor. By their side, like Saffronwe are strengthening our technological expertise and creating bridges between the researchers of our historical academic partner the CEMEF like the teacher Elijah Hashem and those of CentraleSupelec. »
This project brings together researchers, doctoral students, students and several engineers from Transvalor on scientific and specific axes.
This partnership is perfectly in line with the dynamics of France 2030, which plans to significantly support public research around AI.
Innovation at the heart of this unique partnership
This connection between CentraleSupelec and Transvalor takes the form of transversal research and the development of innovative teaching methods.
This partnership is centered around two lines of work.
- A unique research program
The advanced expertise of CentraleSupelec in terms ofAI endorses a historic collaboration, promotes the acceleration of research applied to the industrial sector and augurs lasting prospects with Transvalor. This synergy of respective skills thus constitutes a major opportunity for the Industry of the future and is fully in line with the France 2030 plan, initiated at the end of 2021 by the President of the Republic.
- An educational program around AI
In addition to this prefiguration contract, CS Exedaffiliate CentraleSupelec dedicated to continuous training, will train all of the employees of the Transvalorparticipating in collaborative research projects.
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