R&T Portfolio Leader, Geometric SAS, an HCL Technologies Company
I started in 2004 as an FEM software programmer, developing code to be used by stress engineers in numerical simulations.
I evolved in 2006 working at a higher level across the complete spectrum of Functional Design digital actors, supporting a portfolio of combined CFD, Thermal, Stress, Acoustics and Systems organizations. In particular, that's when a mutualized HPC environment was designed and rolled-out as a corporate service.
In 2011, I moved towards the Physical Design world and discovered the aspects of product lifecycle management as a whole, acting as project manager in the DMU domain, then later on as a full-scope consultant.
I refocused my interest towards Digital Manufacturing around 2015 to embrace the wind of change blowing in this direction, and have been leading the R&T Portfolio of Geometric SAS/HCL for A&D ever since.
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Digital transformation within manufacturing organizations is definitely a fun ride, combining HW and SW systems. Today, we're combining autonomous vehicles and logistics to optimize process flow at shopfloor level.