CIMNE began in 2006 a fruitful cooperation with China. For several years CIMNE has developed a series of alliances with some of the most prestigious scientific institutions in China, including Peking University, several research centers of the Academy of Sciences of China, among others.
In 2011, CIMNE promoted the creation of the Beijing office in collaboration with CIMNE Mingwu Professor Yuan, Peking University, and president of the China International Association for Computer Mechanics. Finally, in 2013, the office of China was formally established.
The formal establishment of CIMNE in Latin America has been initiated by creating a Foundation to foster the activity of CIMNE in that region.
CIMNE-Latin American Foundation (FCL) is located in the city of Santa Fe (Argentina), the place where the first CIMNE Classroom in the Latin America was created in cooperation with the University of Litoral.
The activity of CIMNE in the region is coordinated by civil engineer Mr. Javier Piazzese.
In recent years CIMNE has developed a close relationship with the Institute of High Performance Computing (IHPC) in Singapore. IHPC is a prestigious organization IDT belonging to the National Agency to start * the Government of Singapore.
The increased cooperation between CIMNE and IHPC has motivated CIMNE creating an organization in Singapore, called CIMNE-Singapore with the aim of promoting the activities and RTD projects in the region of South East Asia in cooperation with IHPC. The director of CIMNE-Singapore is Mr. Manuel López, a naval engineer with wide experience in managing international projects.
CIMNE has promoted the creation of a non-profit corporation CIMNE-USA with the aim of fostering the scientific and technological activities of CIMNE in that country. CIMNE-USA has taken different initiatives to launch RTD projects in the US in cooperation with universities, research centers and enterprises in that country.
Dr. David Cranmer, CIMNE US Acting Executive Director, is a senior scientist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and advisor of many US companies. Dr. Varadaraju (Raju) Gandikota has recently been appointed CIMNE US Scientific Director. Francisca García-Sicilia coordinates the US activities.