Undergraduate Students

SIMCenter is dedicated to promoting student competency in the use of computer-aided engineering software to solve complex, real-world problems. Affiliation with SIMCenter opens doors and provides the knowledge and skills needed for graduate school and beyond.

We hire undergraduates directly, facilitate on-site and off-site internships with Honda R&D Americas, and coordinate internships with many other companies. Students who wish to access SIMCenter’s software for use in academic projects should make a request through their instructor or advisor.

Students interested in computational techniques, like simulation, can minor in Computational Science and Engineering through the Department of Computer Science and Engineering.

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SIMCenter undergraduate research presents at the Denman Research Forum

 

Available for Students Online Short Course: Introduction to LS-DYNA

Overview

This completely online short course introduces individuals to the nonlinear finite element solver (explicit time integration) offered by Livermore Software Technology Corporation (LSTC). It is designed for 

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engineers in industries such as automotive, aerospace, construction, or defense who are interested in implementing LS-DYNA into their workflow.

Individuals may enroll at any time. All coursework must be completed during (14) consecutive calendar days. During registration, students provide a date that they would like to begin the course. 

Course Fee:

$300 per person/non-student

Discounted pricing is available to students. Please contact the program for details at eng-profed-lsdyna@osu.edu

For the full course description: https://simcenter.osu.edu/online-certifications-short-courses/online-in…

If you have any questions regarding this program, please contact:

Emery Dravec
College of Engineering
eng-profed-lsdyna@osu.edu
(614) 247-8256