CoBRAIN project at the 4th EMMC International Workshop
Markus APEL from Access and Emanuele Ghedini from UNIBO represented the CoBRAIN project at the 4th EMMC International Workshop 2023, which took place in Vienna, Austria on April 26 – 28 (https://emmc.eu/emmc-2023/). The workshop was organized by the European Materials Modelling Council (EMMC) and focused on the intersection of Materials, Digitalisation, and Green Transition from various perspectives such as model development, data and knowledge representations, software tools, industrial transformation, and policy framework.
The EMMC International Workshop has established itself as a premier cross-cutting event, providing an opportunity for stakeholders from various fields in industry and academia to come together and discuss strategic topics, identify gaps, and propose potential actions to advance the field. The previous workshops had over one-third of participants from industry, allowing them to gain valuable insights into the latest trends and opportunities in materials and digitalization.
Participation in this event was an excellent opportunity for our partners to disseminate CoBRAIN project and collaborate with experts from various fields to advance the project’s goals.
CoBRAIN project has officially launched!
On 24th – 25th of January EXELISIS participated in the hybrid kick-off meeting, of the CoBRAIN project, hosted by UNIMORE in Modena of Italy. CoBRAIN is a HorizonEU project funded by the EU under the topic Advanced materials modelling and characterisation.
EXELISIS is leading activities related to IPR Management and Dissemination & Communication activities under WP7, which were presented along with some guidelines for a successful D&C strategy.
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