High Performance Center Simulation and Software Based Innovation

High Performance Center Simulation and Software Based Innovation

Sustainable location development is a central goal of the Fraunhofer Gesellschaft; a goal that can only be achieved when all dimensions are respected - research and education, promotion of young researchers, overarching infrastructure as well as innovation and transfer in SMEs and large enterprises. The Fraunhofer Gesellschaft is putting this into practice with the concept of High Performance Centers, relying on consisting partnerships with relevant academic actors and on the regional economic networks.

The concept can be seen as an instrument of innovation- and application oriented excellence assurance in key topics for selected regions. Kaiserslautern, the „City of Science“, offers a nationwide unique infrastructure in the area of IT research and especially in hardware, software and network based digital technologies.

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Seminars for research and science

Fairs, Conferences and Events

Our experts can meet you at various trade fairs, conferences and events.

Press Releases

Current news and articles of the High Performance Center.

Latest news

Symposium/ Kaiserslautern / New date: March 2021

6. Internationales Commercial Vehicle Technology Symposium

Find out about the latest technologies and trends in the commercial vehicle industry.

Workshop/ Kaiserslautern/ postponed to May 20-21, 2021

Applications of the Semi–Infinite Optimization

International workshop/ Kaiserslautern/ New date: 30.09.-1.10.2021

Mathematical Methods in Process Engineering

Press Release / 14.4.2020

Using Mathematics to Evaluate and Optimize Catalytic Filters

Catalysts are commonly used to reduce pollutants released in car exhaust. In order to manufacture catalytic filters with even higher efficiency, industry is increasingly relying on innovative mathematical models and machine learning. The Fraunhofer ITWM and its High Performance Center for Simulation and Software Based Innovation are involved in the BMBF joint project.