Buildair celebrates next week an open doors event in Barcelona
The spin-off of CIMNE specialized in inflatable structures, Buildair, will celebrate an open door event next week: Tuesday 7th and Wednesday 8th, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. The event will take place in the offices of the company in Molins de Rei (Barcelona).
The visitor will be able to visit an inflatab...
FIBRE4YARDS: Transferring advanced production technologies to the naval sector
Fibre4yards is a project funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 that gathers 13 partner organisations from six European countries -CIMNE (coordinator), SAS L-UP, TSI, TUL, INEGI, NAVAL Group, COMPASSIS, Curve Works, IRURENA, 10XL, Innov Ateknea, Bureau Veritas, IRT Jules Verne- for 36 month...
Kick-off of NextSim project
NextSim, CODA: Next generation of industrial aerodynamic simulation code represents a combined research effort focusing on algorithms and HPC is the only way to make possible the development and the advances in simulation tools to cover the requirements of European aeronautical industry.
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...
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.