Research

More then just development

Our goal is to deliver the best possible software to our customers. That’s why we never stop to develop new models and functionalities. In order provide the competitive edge to our users we stay connected to academia and regularly participate in fundamental research projects.

SELECTED PROJECTS



The overarching goal of the MARKETPLACE project is to design, create and maintain a sustainable web-based platform providing a central access point to all needed tangible and intangible modelling components and making them available to the entire materials modelling community. These include activities on databases, modelling, integrated open simulation platforms, and translation and knowledge services.

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The goal of the project ZEOCAT-3D is the development of a new bi-functional (two types of active centers) structured catalysts, achieving for the first time a tetramodal pore size distribution (micro-, meso1-, meso2-, macro-porous) and high dispersion of metal active sites for the conversion of methane, coming from different sources as natural gas and biogas, into high value chemicals such as aromatics (benzene, naphthalene, among others) via methane dehydroaromatization (MDA).

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CALIPER is a Horizon 2020 funded Initial Training Network in which 15 academic and private sector partners come together to advance the field of granular materials forward in numerical modeling, experimentation and understanding. The main aim is to employ the various 3D imaging modalities that have become more available in recent years to help calibrate and improve numerical methods and ultimately enhance our fundamental understanding of the mechanics and flow behavior of disordered materials.

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MATHEGRAM is a H2020 MARIE Skłodowska-CURIE Innovative Training Network (ITN). The goal of the project to find out how granular materials behave through 15 projects being carried out by a cohort of early stage researchers.
Our part is the development cross-platform CFD-DEM models for coupled heat and mass transfer.

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The main objectives of the project are to develop an open-source computational platform that will allow the rational design of the second generation of gas-particle CO2 capture technologies based on nano-structured materials. Design and manufacture nano-structured material and shorten the development process of nano-enabled products based on the multi-scale modelling. Design and demonstrate an energy conversion reactor with CO2 capture based on the superior performance of nano-structured materials.

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The overarching goal of the MARKETPLACE project is to design, create and maintain a sustainable web-based platform providing a central access point to all needed tangible and intangible modelling components and making them available to the entire materials modelling community. These include activities on databases, modelling, integrated open simulation platforms, and translation and knowledge services.

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