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25/10/2022
CIMNE, involved in OCEAN project for the mitigation of navigational accidents
OCEAN is the acronym of Operator-Centered Enhancement of Awareness in Navigation, an European-funded project coordinated by HVL, the Western Norwegian University of Applied Sciences. It has just started at the beginning of this month and CIMNE researcher Francisco Rodero, from CENIT Group for Innova...


17/10/2022
ESEficiencia dedicates an article to EN-TRACK project
The specialized blog in energy efficiency, ESEficiencia, has recently published an article about EN-TRACK, an EU-funded project coordinated by CIMNE in consortium with the Government of Catalonia (Department of Territory and Sustainability) and the Catalan Institute of Energy, among other partners. ...


26/08/2022
CIMNE-Beegroup will participate at Sustainable Places 2022
On 7th September, 2022, CIMNE-Beegroup will be partipating at the "Learnings from across the EU: Smart Meter Rollup", a workshop which aims to promote and disseminate learnings about the pros and cons of various approaches to rolling out smart meters across the EU, taking Spain, Bulgaria, and the UK...


22/08/2022
Fatigue4Light H2020: synergy actions
Recently, Fatigue4Light project has started different cooperation and collaboration activities with projects working on the development of solutions to promote a more sustainable and greener mobility and Electric Vehicles construction, based on eco-design and circular economy values, in or...


17/08/2022
Application of Blockchain and IOT technologies to energy efficiency: Results of the EKATE project
At the end of May 2022 has finished the EKATE project, an EU-funded project by ERDF funds within the Interreg POCTEFA programme coordinated by ESTIA. CIMNE has participated in this project which consisted in the investigation for the management of Photovoltaic Electric Energy in the cross-border are...


03/02/2022
NextSim: the next generation aerodynamic simulation code for extreme-scale parallel computing platforms is coming
The NextSim project ( CODA: Next Generation of Industrial Aerodynamic Simulation Code), funded by the European High-Performance Computing Joint Undertaking and supported by the research and innovation programmes of Spain, France and Germany, is working to develop the next generation of Computational...


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