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19/12/2017

CIMNE, member of the new Spanish Research Network for Cardiac Computational Modelling

The International Centre for Numerical Methods in Engineering (CIMNE) is one the promoters of the network V-Heart SN. This network, composed by a total of nine universities and research centres, is intended to make the use of virtual hearts easier by employing computational models in daily clinical ...


24/10/2017

Intense activity of the GID Team on the social networks

GiD the universal, adaptive and user-friendly pre and postprocessor for numerical simulations in science and engineering developed by CIMNE has just reached 150 followers both on Twitter and Linkedin. The development team has an intense activity on the social networks and has posted some 350 tweets...


22/02/2017

INLOC Robotics appears in 'La Vanguardia'

On 19th February, 2017, INLOC Robotics has been appeared highlighted by the Spanish newspaper La Vanguardia in its section ‘From the science to the market’. The company was founded by Josep Maria Mirats, doctor in Telecommunications Engineering –specialized in electronics&ndas...


19/01/2017

CIMNE reaches 2,000 followers on Linkedin

CIMNE has reached 2,000 followers on the professional social network Linkedin. According to the statistics provided by Linkedin, the profile of the CIMNE page visitor is, mainly, a professional from research or engineering sectors with experience (in companies of 200 or more employees, in most of th...


14/03/2016

Eugenio Oñate, interviewed by ‘Full dels Enginyers’

Recently, the Director of CIMNE, Eugenio Oñate, has been interviewed by ‘Fulls dels Enginyers’, the journal of the industrial engineers of Catalonia (Spain). Issues such as the research projects of CIMNE, the application fields of the numerical methods, the trends in innovation ...


14/03/2016

Santiago Badia appears in 'El Periódico'

On the occasion of the number Pi’s Day, held on March 14th 2016, the journal ‘El Periódico’ has published an article entitled 'Las matemáticas cuentan' (‘Mathematics counts’) where some of the best spanish young mathematicians have been interviewed....

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