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EMMC Workshop “Industrial view and needs for Translation”

DPI, a partner of the EMMC-CSA project, is organising a workshop on “Industrial view and needs for Translation” in Eindhoven, the Netherlands.


December 4, 2018 – 09:00 – 16:00 GMT


DPI office
Kennispoort, John F. Kennedylaan 2,
The Netherlands


The main idea of the workshop is to evaluate the translation concept and the role of the translator from the point of view of industry. Therefore, the participants are targeted to be industrial members that are either using or are interested to learn how to use modelling.  

The outcome from the discussions during the workshop will be used as recommendations towards relevant currently running EU projects and, via the EMMC Road Map updated with the feedback from the workshop, for giving direction to future projects/calls of the European Commission. 

For more information please visit the event page!


For more information regarding the workshop please contact Denka Hristova-Bogaerds (DPI).


Event Funding

This event has received funding via the EMMC-CSA project
from the European Union‘s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme
under Grant Agreement No 723867

EMMC Industrial User Expert Meeting to Increase the Industrial Exploitation of Materials Modelling

On September 25, 2018 the EMMC is organising the “EMMC Industrial User Expert Meeting to increase the Industrial Exploitation of Materials Modelling”.


St John’s Innovation Centre
Cambridge CB4 0WS

Background & Objectives

The EMMC sees people, tools, process and data as the four pillars of a successful deployment of materials modelling in the industrial community. We will engage with participants in discussions to see how each of the pillars need to be strengthened in such a way to lead to a holistic solution for a deep and wide engagement of all involved stakeholders to make materials modelling a strong contender in industrial organisation. We are also aiming to find suggestions that may lead to a stable/established deployment of modelling in Industry.

More information …


Industrial Integration and Economic Impact Working Group

Working group area for registered members only (log-in required)

Materials modelling is considered as a European science and technology strength but needs far more implementation and use in industry to reap its full economic impact. The overall objective of the Industrial Integration and Economic Impact Working Group is to raise and measure the economic impact of materials modelling in industry. This entails complementing measures to other working groups for stimulating the use in large, medium and small enterprises and measuring the overall impact. It includes setting up an industrial user group to define and address materials modelling barriers, elaborate costs and benefits for adapting materials modelling in business decisions, and enhance the visibility of materials modelling overall.



  1. Establish a forum for the European manufacturing industry to express their requirements for materials development and design, and associated materials modelling, with particular emphasis of engaging SMEs
  2. Coordinate future Business Decision Support System developments to facilitate their dissemination and maximize the potential benefits for the European manufacturing industry
  3. Clarify the costs and benefits of materials modelling by quantifying the economic impact for the European manufacturing industry
  4. Enhance the visibility of materials modelling capabilities for European manufacturing companies and associated stakeholder organisations (materials federations, interest groups and associations, governments, software vendors, academics, general public)
  5. Channel and organize feedback from user communities to commercial and academic software owners



Tom Verbrugge. Dow Benelux B.V., Hoek, The Netherlands