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Primer Simposio Virtual de Aulas CIMNE

The first international symposium of CIMNE Joint Labs (Aulas CIMNE) will take place from May 12 to 14 from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. (UTC + 2) online (previous registration is mandatory). This symposium takes the witness from the CIMNE Joint Labs meetings and the local GiD workshops held in Mexic...


Severo Ochoa Seminar - "Shape prior metal artifact reduction algorithm for industrial 3D cone-beam CT", by Chang-Ock Lee

Wednesday, May 19th, 2021. Time: 12 noon ONLINE! - Link for online session: ABSTRACT Metal artifact reduction has become a challenging issue for practical X-ray CT applications since metal artifacts severely cause contrast degradation and the misinterpret...


Severo Ochoa Seminar - "From low-to high-order discretisations in surrogate models for parametric CFD problems", by Matteo Giacomini

Wednesday, February 24th, 2021. Time: 12 noon ONLINE! - Link for online session: See video ABSTRACT Computational fluid dynamics simulations in industrial design and optimisation procedures involve the exploration of large sets of admissible configurat...


Severo Ochoa Seminars / Programme 2020

CIMNE promotes a programme of seminars that addresses four scientific challenges of high impact to the welfare of citizens, related to the development of new materials, construction, transport, manufacturing, environment, energy and security. The seminars are funded by the Severo Ochoa Programme (...


Xavier Martínez will give an AEMAC webinar about composites

Next January 15th, at 4 p.m., the CIMNE researcher Xavier Martínez will give the webinar entitled “Non-linear multiscale analysis. Proposals for an efficient calculation to simulate components”. This course about the applications of composites materials is within the programme AEM...


Severo Ochoa Seminar - "Acoustic black holes in mechanics", by Dr. Oriol Guasch

Wednesday, June 16th, 2021. Time: 12 noon Blending learning - Link for online session: ABSTRACT Acoustic black holes (ABHs) in mechanics have borrowed their name from their counterpart in astrophysics. Everyone has a more or less precise idea of what an astrophys...

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