Yearly Archives: 2018

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SIMAI Congress 2018 in Rome

The next congress of the Italian Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics will take place in Rome, Italy, from the 2nd to the 6th of July 2018. It is an important occasion for Industrial and Applied Mathematician from Italy and beyond to exchange ideas and share their research. Among the […]

Poster presentation at IPAC 2018

Abele Simona, PhD student at MOX and group member, along with other group members and co-authors at CEA,  Saclay, presented results of the simulation of relativistic particle motion in a magnetic quadrupole in a poster at the International Particle Accelerator Conference in Vancouver, April 2018. The poster summary can be […]

ESCAPE-2 Project @ MOX

On Tuesday November 20th in Sala Saleri (VI floor on Building 14), the European Project  ESCAPE-2 “Energy-efficient SCalable Algorithms for weather and climate Prediction at Exascale” will be presented during a SC4I meeting with the following schedule: 10h00 Luca Bonaventura: Introduction to the ESCAPE2 project 10h30 Talk by Tommaso Benacchio: ‘Mixed finite elements […]

Traspiration conditions for FSI simulation of packaging

Based on the numerical tools developed in past projects carried on in collaboration with MOXOFF in the framework of a long lasting collaboration with Tetra Pak Packaging Solutions, a new research activity has been started focusing on the adoption of transpiration boundary condition for fluid-structure interaction simulations of the forming and filling process […]

ESCAPE-2 Project

MOX is participating in the ESCAPE-2 FET H2020 project for the development of exascale demonstrators for numerical weather prediction. The tasks involve the development of semi-implicit DG discretizations for atmospheric modelling and fault tolerant implementations of advanced iterative solvers. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and […]

MOX Report on Multi-material Topology Optimization

  A new report on topology optimization of multiple anisotropic materials by Francesco Regazzoni, Nicola Parolini and Marco Verani has appeared in the MOX Report Collection. The report can be donwloaded at the following link Title: Topology optimization of multiple anisotropic materials, with application to self-assembling diblock copolymers Authors: Francesco Regazzoni, Nicola […]