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08/05/2021

eFlows4HPC is now an affiliated project of the HiPEAC network

eFlows4HPC is now an affiliated project of the HiPEAC network. eFlows4HPC aims to deliver a workflow software stack and an additional set of services to enable the integration of HPC simulations and modelling with big data analytics and machine learning in scientific and industrial applications. Th...


04/05/2021

The Fatigue4Light project launches its web

The Fatigue4Light project has just launched its website: https://fatigue4light.eu/ Boosting the use of lightweight materials in Electric Vehicles' chassis through new tests and computer simulation methodologies for electric vehicle chassis weight reduction is the main goal of this EU-...


28/04/2021

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...


27/04/2021

GiD partipates in Seminar on computational tools and numerical methods for engineering problems

On April 24th, 2021, GiD participated in the Seminar on computational tools and numerical methods for engineering problems, organized by Centre for Advanced Engineering, Research and Development (CIAID). The research Engineer at CIMNE and GiD developer Enrique Escolano presented the pre and post ...


13/04/2021

Kicked off the EIT Urban Mobility project HALLO

On April 1st, HALLO project has kicked-off. Promoted by the European Institute of Innovation & Technology, it will create shared Urban Consolidation and Distribution Centres (UCDC) in the Barcelona Metropolitan Area (AMB) and demonstrate complementary actions such as testing fossil-fuel free del...


07/03/2021

Successful experimental test of new inflatable breakwater model

In recent years CIMNE has developed a new concept of inflatable breakwater. The inflatable breakwater is formed by a collection of polymer tubes anchored to the sea bottom. Once the tubes are filled with water, they create a breakwater structure that emerges over the water surface and can mitigate t...

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