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Jost Bernasch

Jost Bernasch

CEO
Dr. rer.nat. Jost Bernasch has been Managing Director of the Competence Center "Virtual Vehicle Center", Graz, Austria since 2004. The research center has grown from 30 to 200 employees with a turnover of 20 million euros. He promoted the topic of real-time image processing at the University of Munich and Dortmund to the vehicle field survey (driver assistance systems). He then worked as a project manager and head of driving simulation at BMW Munich, before becoming a procurator and senior project manager IT at a financial services company in Düsseldorf. Dr. Jost Bernasch has been a member of the Steering Committee of International Driving Simulation Conference (DSC) since 2001, since 2008 founder and chairman of the Grazer Symposium Virtual Vehicle (GSVF) and since 2010 Chairman of the International Styrian Noise, Vibration & Harshness Congress (ISNVH) in collaboration with SAE. VIRTUAL VEHICLE ist ein international aktives Forschungszentrum, das Technologien für leistbare, sichere und umweltfreundliche Fahrzeuge für Straße und Schiene entwickelt.Mit etwa 200 Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeitern arbeiten wir national und international mit mehr als 100 Partnern aus Industrie und Forschung zusammen. Wesentliche Elemente unserer Expertise sind dabei die Verknüpfung von numerischer Simulation und experimenteller Absicherung sowie eine umfassende Systemsimulation bis hin zum Gesamtfahrzeug. VIRTUAL VEHICLE is an internationally operating research center that develops affordable, safe and environmentally friendly vehicles for road and rail. With over 200 employees, we collaborate with more than 100 domestic and international partners from science and industry. The key aspects of our expertise include connecting numeric simulation and experimental verification, as well as developing a comprehensive, full-vehicle system simulation.

Virtual Vehicle Research Center

VIRTUAL VEHICLE is an internationally operating research center that develops technologies for affordable, safe and environmentally friendly vehicles for road and rail. With over 200 employees, we collaborate with more than 100 domestic and international partners from science and industry. The key aspects of our expertise include connecting numeric simulation and experimental verification, as well as developing a comprehensive, full-vehicle system simulation. The COMET K2 program will provide the basis for funded research activities until at least the end of 2021. An extensive involvement in EU projects and a broad portfolio of commissioned research and services round out our activities.

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