EOMYS hosted 152 trainees in total and gave 15 customized training outside its headquarter in 2019 and 2020.

Léon Gavric. Expert Leader in NVH, Groupe PSA, France.

EOMYS trainers shared their knowledge on electromagnetic excitation phenomena which is essential to understand for a successful car integration. MANATEE, the software developed by EOMYS, allows a better identification of the frequency ranges and excitation levels of e-motors. WIth EOMYS support, both:

  • adaptation systems can be improved
  • electromagnetic source excitation can be reduced

NVH seminars on e-motors are extremely useful as there is not many training courses on this subject (nor any real know-how in automotive applications).

Stjepan Stipetic. PhD, Associate Professor in the field of Electrical Machines at the University of Zagreb, Faculty of electrical engineering and computing, Croatia.

I attended an EOMYS training course in France in January 2020. The course was very well organized with few speakers covering different areas of vibroacoustics for electrical machines. I learned a lot and got very good basics in vibroacoustic theory together with specific knowledge about influential design parameters of electrical machines. Finally, the EOMYS team is an extremely friendly and modest group of engineers and scientists, strongly focused on sustainable business and open source initiatives.

Marco Satrústegui. PhD, researcher at the Electric Vehicle department, Ceit BRTA, Spain.

A very good way to introduce myself into noise in electric drives. The assistance of the team during the course was unbeatable.

Nicolas Pelé. Ingénieur NVH, Punch Powerglide Strasbourg, France.

I needed to widen my skills in eNVH since my company is having more and more projects with edrive powertrain. I attended the 3-day training at EOMYS. The training was very interesting, with a complete introduction to make everybody understands all topics related to eNVH issues. Then it went into theoretical details with relevant application cases and a constant interactive exchange that let attendees understand how to apply those new skills to their daily work. The speakers I encountered are dynamic and willing to share their knowledge. Thanks again to the EOMYS team!.

Leonardo Ferretti. Motor Design Engineer, Magnax, Belgium.

Everything related to this course was on point and was taught step by step to cover, understand all the material and be able to follow the different modules. I definitely liked the possibility to interact with the presenters during the training. A small point of improvement: I would have needed a bit more time between each module in order to study and really absorb all the concepts.

Francesco Deidda.NVH Engineer, Bentley Motors and AVA Consulting, UK.

The first thing I want to say is that I’m glad I decided to attend this online seminar. The webinar covered a lot of pieces of information, delivered in a concise form and with a clear and effective structure. The hosts came with a wealth of knowledge with regard to the fundamentals of electrical machines and their applications to NVH methodologies, showing an abundance of enthusiasm and passion for the subject. It is noteworthy to mention that the interaction with the seminar attendees really made a difference by giving me the confidence to implement new techniques and ultimately improving my understanding of electrical machines.

Claudia Violeta Pop.Member of the research team at the Technical University of Cluj Napoca, Romania.

I participated to a NVH training about acoustic and vibrations due to electromagnetic forces in electrical machines, held by EOMYS company, in September 2019. During this training, the speakers covered an important part of NVH domain, and they provided very good explanations for general understanding (the participants were from different areas of expertise). The team is very nice and open-minded, and I learnt a lot from them. It was a pleasure to spend time with them. The training helped me to understand better this topic and based on the training, I could finish my PhD Thesis, which contains a chapter based on the NVH domain. Hoping to collaborate with them again soon.