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CIMNE has a new Strategic Plan
CIMNE has successfully approved its new strategic plan, outlining the roadmap for its future endeavours. It has been developed over the months September to December 2022 with inputs from CIMNE staff, key stakeholders from UPC and GENCAT and scientific input from the Science Advisory Council of CIMNE...

From Fatigue4Light, and in collaboration with REVOLUTION project, are organising the webinar “EVs lightweighting assessment based on AI machine learning and numerical modelling using new materials”, taking place next April 18th, 2022 from 10.00h - 12.30h CET (Online). The event will f...

CIMNE participates at ‘Transfiere 2023’
CIMNE has participated at “Transfiere 2023” held in Malaga during last week. The 12th edition of this European Meeting on Science, Technology and Innovation has closed with the participation of more than 4,300 professional visitors who have had the opportunity to connect with 500 compani...

Hamelin project results: How to control the use of pesticides with drones?
On May 19th, the results of the HAMELIN project were presented in Port-Vendres, a town in the Languedoc-Roussillon region (France). HAMELIN is the acronym for ‘Tools to adapt and improve the management of insect pests’. This project (EFA335/19) is coordinated by the International Centr...

Sant Vicenç dels Horts signs an agreement with CIMNE to promote smart city solutions
In its approach to became an smart city, Sant Vicenç dels Horts City Council has signed a framework agreement with CIMNE. The research and development centre in computational engineering has been the technological partner chosen by this municipality to carry out the techologies addressed to p...

CIMNE researcher Alberto Tena publishes a study about COVID detection using machine learning
Alberto Tena, member of the research team of the Information and Communication Technologies group of CIMNE, has just published an article in the journal Biomedical Signal Processing and Control titled "Automated detection of COVID-19 cough". This article, published in Open access, is a joi...

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