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08/02/2021

África Marrero in charge of LASH FIRE to avoid ro-ro ship fires

África Marrero, Naval and Oceanic Engineer by the Technical University of Cartagena, joined CENIT, the Innovation in Multimodal Transport Group of CIMNE, two years ago. Marrero’s research areas include computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and sustainable ports and ship emissions. Si...


08/02/2021

Eglantina Dani coordinates EnerNETMob, a research project about interurban low carbon transport systems in the Mediterranean Area

Eglantina Dani is the co-leader of the European project EnerNETMob: Mediterranean Interregional Electromobility Networks for intermodal and interurban low carbon transport systems at CIMNE. She is a member of CENIT, Group for Innovation in Multimodal Transport of CIMNE, and has a Master Degree in Ci...


02/02/2021

Buildair carries out an intense international activity

Buildair, a spin-off of CIMNE, has recently carried out an intense international activity, which has resulted in participation in purchasing seminars, closing agreements and sponsorship of virtual events. Denmark: Copenhague United Nations Procurement Seminar 2021 Buildair has parti...


07/12/2020

Irene Arias, Michele Chiumenti and Julio García get professorships at Spanish Universities

The CIMNE researchers Drs. Irene Arias, Michele Chiumenti and Julio García have been recently appointed as Full Professors at Spanish Universities. Irene Arias Michele Chiumenti Julio García Drs. Arias and Chiumenti have got their Full Professorships...


01/12/2020

CIMNE and FEMCIC signs an agreement to improve the training of Mexican engineers

Recently, the CIMNE, through the CENIT Group for Innovation in Multimodal Transport, has signed a collaboration agreement with the Mexican Federation of Civil Engineering Institutions Federation of Associations of Civil Engineers of Mexico (FEMCIC). This agreement, which will enter into force ...


21/10/2020

Course: Calculation of structures by finite elements with TDYN-RAMSERIES

The use of finite element calculation programs in the Naval Industry has gone in recent years from being something specific, to becoming an indispensable tool in Naval Technical Offices dedicated to the calculation and design of both recreational vessels and larger vessels. In the same way, it has ...

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