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21/07/2022

CIMNE partipates at NextGEM, an EU-project promoting safety in EMF-based telecommunication technologies

While emerging wireless technologies that use radio-frequency electromagnetic fields (RF-EMF) are vital for the European way of life, particularly in telecommunications, there is an increasing consideration of their possible adverse effects on human health and the environment, which may be potential...


21/06/2022

Productive PECT InnoDelta Meeting Lab at CIMNE Castelldefels

On 10th June, 2022, was taken place a Lab Meeting of the project PECT InnoDelta. It is a territorial specialization and competitiveness project financed by the Government of Catalonia and the European Commission through FEDER funds. Its mission is to create a laboratory territory of the industrial n...


25/02/2022

Antonio Gens, appointed as a honorary member of the Spanish Rock Mechanics Society

On 15th February 2022, Professor Antonio Gens has been appointed as a honorary member by the management board of the Spanish Rock Mechanics Society (SEMR, according its acronym in Spanish). Professor Antonio Gens is a Professor of Soil and Rocks Mechanics of the Technical University of Catalonia and...


11/02/2022

Successful 1st edition of CIMNE Winter School

During the last week of January, CIMNE gathered 86 students in the CIMNE Winter School, a five-day course addressed to give a first glance at some basic aspects on computational methods and some interdisciplinary disciplines. The course of 25,5 hours of duration counted with 13 professors. Some o...


10/02/2022

11F: Four CIMNE women researchers participate at #100tífiques

According an UNESCO resolution, on 11th February the International Day of Women and Girls in Science is celebrated. This Day wants to recognize the critical role played by women and girls in science and technology. Coinciding with the celebration, “100tífiques” celebrates its 3rd ...


03/02/2022

NextSim: the next generation aerodynamic simulation code for extreme-scale parallel computing platforms is coming

The NextSim project ( CODA: Next Generation of Industrial Aerodynamic Simulation Code), funded by the European High-Performance Computing Joint Undertaking and supported by the research and innovation programmes of Spain, France and Germany, is working to develop the next generation of Computational...


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