TWINNING Proposal submitted – University of Luxembourg – Inria – University of Bristol – University of Texas at Austin (ICES and Jackson School of Geosciences)

Twinning for data-driven simulation in Luxembourg

The Computational Science Research Priority of the University of Luxembourg just submitted their Horizon 2020 TWINNING Proposal in collaboration with Inria, the University of Bristol and the University of Texas at Austin, in particular ICES and the Jackson School of Geosciences.

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The aim of the proposal will be to build upon existing synergies between the four institutions to develop the next generation data-driven models and simulation tools with two focus applications:

  • smart, adaptive and sentient composite materials;
  • computer-aided medicine.

If successful, the project will enable the exchange of knowledge between approximately 50 researchers from the 4 institutions involved in the bid.

— Stéphane P. A. Bordas