We are proud to announce that VPAC staff were the recipients of the AutoCRC Research Collaboration Award at this years AutoCRC conference in Melbourne.
Thomas Dittmar (Team Leader, Engineering) of the Victorian Partnership for Advanced Computing and Gary Carroll (Manager, Innovation) of GM Holden received the award on behalf of the project team for their project “Virtual Paint Process”.
The project aims to work on developing two virtual key manufacturing capabilities in oven bake simulations and fluid access and drainage simulations. The project team was commended particularly for their track record in working closely together in a global context.
Further information on the conference can be found on the AutoCRC website.