Brussels / 4 & 5 February 2023

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Dylan Fievez

Research engineer at CeREF Technique based in Mons (Belgium). He works on MuPhyN research project with Thales Alenia Space. The project aims at developping a simulation method to aid in the design of mechatronic chains using complete multi-physical models. In the case of this project, he develops an open-source application named Muphyn. This application aims at proposing a Matlab alternative environment equivalent for Python.

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Research projects:

[TrackTMS] (https://ceref-helha-be.translate.goog/technique/projets/fhe-tracktms/?xtrsl=fr&xtrtl=en&xtrhl=fr&xtrpto=wapp): Development of a non-intrusive environment of ergonomic measures aimed at the prevention of musculoskeletal disorders. The main goal was developing an application able to help occupational therapists to analyse the risk of musculoskeletal disorders on a workstation.

[GEODEEP] (https://ceref-helha-be.translate.goog/technique/projets/fhe-geodeep/?xtrsl=fr&xtrtl=en&xtrhl=fr&xtrpto=wapp): Development of a rail transport geolocation system based on deep learning.

[MuPhyN] (https://ceref-helha-be.translate.goog/technique/projets/win2wal-muphyn/?xtrsl=fr&xtrtl=en&xtrhl=fr&xtrpto=wapp): Development of a simulation method to aid in the design of mechatronic chains using complete multi-physical models.

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Events

Title Day Room Track Start End
MuPhyN - MultiPhysical Nexus
An academic simulation tools based on Python toolboxes
Saturday UB4.132 Open Research Tools and Technology 11:00 11:30