DYNAmore opens new branch office in Munich

On 1st March 2021 the DYNAmore GmbH has opened a new branch office in the Bavarian capital Munich.

Stuttgart, 25th March 2021

On 1st March 2021 the DYNAmore GmbH has opened a new branch office in the Bavarian capital Munich. The team's activities at the new location focus on cooperation with automotive manufacturers, customers in the greater Munich area, and the Technical University.

The new location is an important step for DYNAmore GmbH to intensify and expand the cooperation with automotive manufacturers and other customers in the Munich area in the future.

"Being able to open a new office in the current situation is something very special," explains Professor Dr. Ulrich Göhner, co-founder of the company DYNAmore. "The new location makes cooperation with customers in the greater Munich area much easier. We see a lot of potential growth, as there is a strong need for our services in crash and metal forming simulation. As a result, we will further expand our staff in southern Germany and also find new customers in this area," continues Göhner.


(Office building of the new DYNAmore branch)

In addition to general method development in LS-DYNA, the development of restraint systems and the topic of human modeling are the main focus of the engineers on site. The cooperation with the Technical University of Munich, which is supported in several research projects, should also be mentioned.

"Investing in research is part of the corporate philosophy at DYNAmore," says Professor Dr.-Ing. André Haufe, head of the Material Competence Center (MCC) and responsible for research projects at DYNAmore. "There are excellent specialists in the field of numerical simulation and constitutive modeling at the TU Munich. We are very much looking forward to the collaboration and many exciting projects."

The new office is located at the following address:

DYNAmore GmbH
Oskar-Schlemmer-Straße 11
80807 München

DYNAmore GmbH is very happy about the opening of the new office and is looking forward to the new tasks and challenges of the future.

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