International Modelica Conference with 330 visitors from 21 countries at OTH Regensburg

At the 13th International Modelica Conference at OTH Regensburg the 330 participants from 21 countries were able to exchange their experiences with the programming language “Modelica”. Photo: OTH Regensburg / Florian Hammerich

The 13th International Modelica Conference was held at OTH Regensburg from March 4 – 6, 2019. Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Anton Haumer of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, and President Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Baier welcomed 330 participants from 21 countries to the event.

Modelica is an equation-based, object-oriented programming language for modeling complex physical systems with components from electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, thermodynamics and control technology.

It is used for example in the automotive and aircraft industries, robotics, process and power plant engineering as well as in energy efficiency systems in buildings.

During the conference, attendees were able to interact with industrial users and exchange their views and experiences with other universities.

The Modelica language is also supported by open-source programs, so it is widely used by students of technical courses at OTH Regensburg.

The Proceedings of the conference are published by Linköping University Electronic Press and are now available to download on

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Prof. Dr. Anton Haumer,

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