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La Fondation Dassault Systèmes Supports Trier University Of Applied Sciences To Prepare Students For Engineering Careers




Grant will enable students to gain product development and manufacturing skills through new immersive virtual reality e-learning methods




La Fondation Dassault Systèmes, a foundation dedicated to supporting the transformation of education and research with the learning and discovery capabilities of 3D technology and virtual universes, today announced that it is providing a grant to Trier University of Applied Sciences in Germany to help prepare students for engineering careers through new uses of immersive virtual reality.




Trier University will use the grant to plan, develop, validate and use immersive virtual reality e-learning scenarios for project-based, student-centric teaching and learning in its “Laboratory for Digital Product Development and Manufacturing.” 




Students in 10 bachelor’s and eight master’s degree programs in engineering, technology and science will benefit from practical applications that offer new ways of visualizing and interacting with data, and with complex engineering and go-to-market processes prevalent in industrial product development and manufacturing. 




These applications will support student projects in domains such as the development and prototype production of sustainable and highly efficient local transportation concepts; robotics offline programming, ergonomics and simulation; virtual factory planning and building information modeling; and immersive marketing experiences.  The grant will also be used to present and publish project steps in a series of public lectures and online videos.





VELIZY-VILLACOUBLAY, France  September 21, 2020



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