The European Materials Characterisation Council (EMCC), is now on LinkedIn. You can see their posts, following this link.
NanoMECommons will be represented at the EuroNanoForum 2023, taking place in Sweden on the 13 June 2023. Partners NTUA, UNIROMA3, IRES, SINTEF, GCL, ESRF, CNAT are the organising committee of the EMCC session. For more information, please visit the European Materials Characterisation Council (EMCC) website following this link.
The NanoMECommons project will be represented at the 4th International Workshop organised by EMMC on 26-28th April, in Vienna, Austria. The Project Coordinator, Prof. Costas Charitidis (NTUA), will be chairing the Modelling and Characterisation Session, on the second day. For more information on this event, please follow this link.
Registration to participate in the nanoMECommons Open Day Workshop is OPEN! This event is being hosted by the project partner, Ansys, in Cambridge, UK, on the 3-4 July 2023. For more information, please visit the Open Day dedicated page, following this link.
The NanoMECommons Project is pleased to announce its 1st Exploitation and Dissemination Open Day Workshop, taking place on the 3 & 4 July 2023. The hybrid meeting will be hosted at the offices of Ansys UK Ltd ( 62 Clifton Road, Cambridge, CB1 7EG, UK) in Cambridge, UK. Please SAVE THESE DATES in your diaries! More information on the venue, agenda and registration form will be available soon.
NanoMECommons partner, Ansys Inc., will represent the project at the EUROMAT 2023 Conference, taking place on the 3-7 September 2023. This will be a hybrid meeting held in Frankfurt, Germany.
Ansys will give a presentation entitled: Building the nanoMECommons Database: a workflow for indentation data digitalisation to numerical simulations. This will be presented in the section Symposium D08: Digital Materials: Experiments, Simulation Workflows, Ontologies and Interoperability (Characterization and Modelling Area).
The NanoMECommons project has been evaluated by experts for the Innovation Radar, regarding the innovations in the project and its market potential. More information on the results can be seen on this link.
The Innovation Radar is a European Commission initiative to identify high potential innovations and innovators in EU-funded research and innovation projects.
The nanoMECommons M24 Progress meeting was hosted at the Department of Engineering by the University “Roma Tre” (Rome, Italy). At this in-person two-day meeting, partners presented their good progress during this 24 months and future plans.
NanoMECommons will be represented by the partner Goldbeck Consulting Ltd, who will present at 12th International Workshop on Formal Ontologies meet Industry (FOMI22), 12-15 Sept 2022, Tarbes (France): https://ontocommons.eu/news-events/events/12th-international-workshop-formal-ontologies-meet-industry-fomi22 The paper to be presented is titled: The CHAMEO ontology: exploiting EMMO’s multiperspective versatility for capturing materials characterization procedures. Authors: Pierluigi Del Nostro, Gerhard Goldbeck and Daniele Toti.
NanoMECommons partner, Goldbeck Consulting Ltd will have a Keynote Lecture in Symposium M04 entitled: Modelling and characterisation as knowledge sources in a digital materials ecosystem: activities of EMMC, EMCC and related projects. They will also give a lecture in Symposium C07, titled: A domain ontology for materials characterization methodologies, Goldbeck, G. (Speaker); Del Nostro, P.; Toti, D. This event is taking place on the 27-29 September. In Darmstadt (Germany). More information on the following link: https://dgm.de/mse/2022/