Whenever there is a hard job to be done I assign it to a lazy man; he is sure to find an easy way of doing it.
Chair of Virtual Engineering provides expertise in Virtual Engineering, Mechanics, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Aeroelastic Simulations, Reduced Order Modelling, Topological Optimization, Finite Element Method and Biomedical Engineering. The ChoVE has substantial experience in flow stability, including own methods and algorithms, modal analysis, flow empirical analysis (POD, DMD), flow modeling, modes interactions and low-dimensional models (LDM). ChoVE represent the university group working in advanced CAD and software development. 3D modeling and FEM computations of structural and CFD problems are based on in-house and industrial software. Another ChoVE activity is represented by algorithm development, topological optimization and integration of existing codes and methods into the area of CFD and multidisciplinary problems like aeroelasticity. Another area of research work is connected with CAME – Computer Aided Medical Engineering and applications of engineering tools in medical and biomedical investigations, three dimensional geometry reconstruction of objects in CAD systems obtained from different type of input data, thermo-vision systems applied in medical and engineering problems, Reverse Engineering and Rapid Prototyping techniques, three dimensional visualizations and simulations of CAD models, Motion Capture systems and face recognition systems.