Dr. Henrik Rusche completed his PhD degree at Imperial College London on the modelling and simulation of dispersed multi-phase flows in 2003.
He then spent six years working as a project manager at Volkswagen Research, on topics of fluid flow modelling and optimisation.
Upon joining WIKKI in 2008 he has brought in expertise in automotive system simulations, multi-phase flow modelling, numerical work-flow management and multi-objective optimisation. During the MoDeNa project (FP7-NMP), he designed and implemented a multi-scale software framework.
He teaches numerical methods as an Adjunct Professor at the Duale Hochschule Baden-Würtemberg in Mosbach, Germany.
A business model for Translation based on open source software
The presentation aims to draw inspiration and ideas for a business model for independent translators by taking a closer look at the services offered by Wikki, an open-source software and consultancy company delivering services around OpenFOAM® and foam-extend.
The presentation starts with a brief introduction of Wikki and the services it offers. As an illustrative example, the simulation of a complex heat exchanger will be outlined. The example will be used to identify where and when Wikki performs steps of a translation process (with reference to the translators' guide) and how open-source source helps Wikki to act more independently in this role.
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