Digital Twins for improved dynamic design. DigiTwin is a EPSRC funded programme grant, led by the University of Sheffield.
Please see below for a special session at the 15th World congress on computational mechanics: https://www.wccm2022.org/index.html
Theme: Digital Twins and Uncertainty Quantification in Structural Dynamics: https://www.wccm2022.org/minisymposia0911.html
Deadline: Abstract - 15th November.
We are delighted to announce Professor Andrew Taylor of @GreatOrmondSt and @ucl as our first plenary speaker for #BioMedEng21. More about Andrew: https://biomedeng21.com/team/professor-andrew-taylor/ #insilico
@insigneo @BioengShef @msesheffield @SheffMechEng @sheffunimdh @UKSBiomaterials
The talks from the Workshop on Numerical and Experimental Studies in Structural Joints held on 11 and 16 June 2021 are now available on the DigiTwin website: https://digitwin.ac.uk/
@DigiTwin_EPSRC webinar by one of our RAs updating us all on their current research. This webinar was delivered by Alessandra Vizzaccaro, based at
@BristolUni #EPSRC #digitwin #digitaltwin
The @DigiTwin_EPSRC team at @SwanseaUni have been working hard to arrange a great online workshop focusing on Numerical and Experimental studies in Structural Joints. Due to take place on 11th & 16th June 2021 via Zoom #digitwin #epsrc #digitaltwin2