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Nov 28

Engineering Seminar Series
Presenters: Elizabeth Wohlers and John Stec, Sub-Zero Group, Inc. 

This seminar will showcase how computer simulation is used in the product design process at Sub-Zero Group Inc. In detail, the speaker will cover types of simulation and what they are used for, benefits of using simulation, how and when to use simulation, and simulation governance.

Date: Tuesday, Nov. 28
Time: 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Use of Computer Simulation in Product Design Process

Presenters: Elizabeth Wohlers and John Stec, Sub-Zero Group, Inc.

About the presenters 
Elizabeth Wohlers is a 2012 graduate of UW-Platteville in mechanical engineering. She started at Sub-Zero as a Co-op, spent 10 years as a refrigeration systems design Engineer and is currently a Staff Engineer for Advanced Product Development.  Her main focuses are thermal systems design and improving the adoption, education and utilization of simulation throughout the company.

John Stec graduated from UW-Platteville in 2016 with a bachelor’s in mechanical engineering. In 2013 he first became a Co-op at Subzero and was hired full time upon graduation as a design engineer in the refrigeration cabinets group. Now a Sr. Design engineer John has focused on designing refrigerator doors and cabinets on a full product redesign of the Classic Refrigeration Series.

About the Engineering Seminar Series
The University of Wisconsin-Platteville Engineering Seminar Series is offered on campus and via zoom. Free and open to the public, these presentations showcase the plan, design, construction, and maintenance of real-world engineering projects and how they change our community. Attendees are eligible for one professional development hour.

Disability Statement

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