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The CIMNE´s Youtube Channel reaches 2,000 subscribers

The CIMNE Multimedia Channel on Youtube has recently reached 2,000 subscribers. The repository, which has about four hundred videos, is distributed in different playlists to explain the wide activity of the CIMNE in terms of research and projects, technology transfer and scientific disseminat...


Study for the detection of ALS through the voice

The study on the detection of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) through the voice carried out by CIMNE researcher Alberto Tena has captured the interest of the media and social networks. The research is based on the analysis of the voice with artificial intelligence models that could allow the ea...


Prof. Rainald Löhner explains flow of COVID particles in airplanes

Click and Scroll to see simulations Rainald Löhner, a professor of computational fluid dynamics at George Mason University in the US and a regular visiting scientist in CIMNE, has explained how the ventilation system of airplanes ensures air quality and prevents the propagations of pathogen pa...


Buildair installs a second hangar in Lleida-Alguaire Airport

CIMNE's spin-off Buildair Ingeniería y Arquitectura S.A. has installed a second inflatable H25x30 hangar in Lleida-Alguaire Airport. It has been setup in 1 day joining the H20x20 that was set-up by the company last July. The inflatable hagar is almost zero power consumption and perfo...


Buildair installs an inflatable hangar at the Lleida-Alguaire airport

The company Buildair, a spin-off of CIMNE, has installed an inflatable and mobile hangar at the airport of Lleida-Alguaire. This pilot test will allow to evaluate its functionality and to publicize its possible uses, especially for the aeronautical, industrial and even military sectors. On 1...


Fibreship Project in El País

Fibreship Project has recently appeared in El País. The daily explains in an extensive article the objectives of this project participated by CIMNE and its spin-off Compass: to overcome the technical challenge of replacing steel in shipbuilding with composite materials and fiber polymers.&nbs...

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