Mirko Bromberger

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Mirko Bromberger is Altair's Marketing Director at Altair GmbH. He has a degree in Industrial Engineering from University of Applied Sciences in Furtwangen, Germany. He has been with Altair since 2004, working in various positions in consulting, application engineering, sales and marketing.

2014 ATCx Powertrain in Munich, Germany

Altair successfully concluded its 2014 ATCx Powertrain event at BMW Welt in Munich, Germany, Nov. 13. The event was an exciting opportunity for powertrain executives and managers to discuss common challenges and best practices, as well as network with other senior professionals and … Read More

From the 3D Printer into Space

We recently announced that Altair ProductDesign was a proud partner of RUAG Space on the redesign of an optimized antenna support for an Earth observation satellite.  The bracket will be produced using industrial additive manufacturing, or 3D printing.

Taking enterprise to the cloud and tapping HPC

Recently, the team and I spoke with Digital Manufacturing Report to discuss the ways manufacturers’ growing reliance on CAE is challenging the industry to continue to evolve its software offerings. Driving factors like innovations in HPC and cloud technology are … Read More

2012: Simulation’s Year of Discovery

In 2012, a growing number of industries discovered new ways to use simulation to improve their designs, safety, performance and sustainability. While the automotive sector continued to increase its reliance on simulation to make vehicles lighter and more fuel-efficient, engineers … Read More

Where I Would Like to See More CAE Usage

My colleague Narayan Rangarajan, Altair Engineering team leader, has contributed the following post: Today, computer-aided engineering (CAE) has enabled high-end research in Crash, NVH, Durability and Optimization of many different industries, including automotive, aerospace, defense, consumer products and architecture, among … Read More

Computational Fluid Dynamics FAQs – Part 2

As a follow up to last week’s video blog, my colleague Dr. Farzin Shakib continues the discussion around computational fluid dynamics, today addressing the conservation of mass, energy and momentum in finite element-based CFD solvers.