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CIMNE commemorates its 30th anniversary

The International Centre for Numerical Methods in Engineering (CIMNE) has celebrated on 5th September, 2017, an act to commemorate its 30 years of history. The event, that brought together 400 people and has taken place in the Vertex Building of North Campus of the Technical University, was att...


CIMNE receives the HR Excellence in Research Award

CIMNE has just received the HR Excellence in Research Award from the European Commission. This award reflects the commitment of the centre to continuously improve its human resource policies. These are in line with the European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for the Recruitmen...


CIMNE at the 1st Conference of UNESCO Chairs in Natural Sciences

CIMNE has participated in the first gathering of the UNESCO’s network of Chairs and Networks in the Natural Sciences, held in Geneva (Switzerland) as a member of the Conference's Scientific Committee. During three days, the Chairs and Networks built synergies and pool resources for the i...


PSTECH will build inflatable bridges for emergency cases

The spin-off of CIMNE PSTECH (Pneumatic Structures) planned to start marketing its inflatable bridges for emergency cases in September 2017. These structures allow establish communications after a disaster and improve existing solutions, more costly and slower. To date, the practice after natural...


ToSubC project: How to predict potential submarine landslides and their consequences?

Within the framework of the H2020 (Marie Curie actions), Xue Zhang, MsC on Solid Mechanics by the Dalian University of Technology and Doctor of Philosophy on Geotechnical Engineering, is developing the project ToSubC at CIMNE. The project is about the prediction of potential submarine landslides and...