IRAG is the Interoperability and Repositories Advisory Group. IRAG members are actively involved in the discussions on Review of Materials Modelling updates and the CEN Workshop Agreement. Further, their input regarding specifications and design of the overall EMMC Marketplace platform is highly valued.
The IRAG online group for discussions is here.
IRAG Leadership Team:
Susanna Monti (CNR)
Peter Schiffels (IFAM)
Alison Walker (Bath University)
Wolfgang Wenzel (KIT)
Doaa Altarawy (MOLSSI)
Giovanni Barcaro (CNR)
Colin Batchelor (Royal Society of Chemistry)
Amit Bhave (CMCL Innovations)
Evgeny Blokhin (Tilde Materials Informatics)
Vincenzo Carravetta (IPCF)
Jesús Carrete Montaña (TU Wien)
Lucio Colombi Ciacchi (University Bremen)
Stijn Donders (Siemens PLM Software)
Lukasz Figiel (Warwick University)
David Gao (Nanolayers)
Saulius Grazulis (Vilnius University – Institute of Biotechnology)
Hedi Karray (INP Toulouse- ENIT / Federal University of Toulouse)
Teodoro Laino (IBM CH)
Piotr Maciol (AGH Krakow)
Sami Majaniemi (VTT)
Heiner Oberkampf (Osthus)
Nicola Spallanzani (CINECA)
Chris Thompson (IBM UK)
Zachary Trautt (NIST)
Liliang Wang (Imperial College London)
Benedikt Ziebarth (Robert Bosch GmbH)
A specific session in the Industrial Innovation Info Days 2017 dedicated to the Materials Modelling and Characterisation will take place in the afternoon of 4 October. It will be followed by a brokerage and networking event, supported by the European Materials Modelling Council (EMMC), during which interested stakeholders will have the opportunity to present their initial project ideas for the 2018-19 Materials Modelling related calls and meet potential partners.
Should you be interested in presenting a project idea, please send an email to email@example.com (Subject: EMMC Materials Modelling BROKERAGE EVENT 2017) by September 25, indicating your name, the name of your company/institute, the title of your project and the reference of the call topic addressed. We strongly recommend to use this Template to prepare your presentation.
Please note that registration for the Industrial Innovation Info Days and Brokerage events is mandatory and seats are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis!
Registration site: https://scic.ec.europa.eu/fmi/ezreg/RTD-III2017/start
Matchmaking registration page: https://industrial-innovation-brokerage-event-2017.b2match.io/
Live streaming available!
Web streaming links for all the plenary and the parallel sessions are availabe and published on the event’s website:
Submitted project ideas on material modelling topics
Selected for presentation:
Other submitted project ideas:
Submitted project ideas:
The European Commission is organising the Industrial Innovation Info Days with support of external stakeholders to
– Build the basis for the future of Industrial Research in Europe,
– Inform relevant industrial technology providers & users about EU activities in the field,
– enhance cooperation among stakeholders.
Programme : Plenary sessions with great political impact on the industrial environment and key notes by high level speakers. Panel sessions with a focus on upcoming challenges for the next work programme on nanotechnologies, advanced materials, advanced manufacturing & processing, and biotechology.
Networking activities with possibility to present your project ideas.
Matchmaking to meet new partners during short face to face meetings (separate registration site).
Please register by 26 September 2017, 17:00 CET.
Twitter : #IndustryInnovDay
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