NMBP-35 Horizon 2020 Projects NanoMECommons, Charisma, and Easi-stress will co-host a hybrid Workshop event and would like to invite you to join in person!
Materials characterization and software tools as key enablers in NMBP-35 projects: Towards industrial transition and wider acceptance of new methods and products
Date and Location
The outcomes of the workshop will be used for an Open Consultation Process, by identifying the community needs in accordance with EC directives and EMCC objectives in three key thematic areas:
- Suites of multi-scale/AI modelling and characterization
- Materials 2030 Roadmap: Characterization and modelling as horizontal enablers
Registration and Agenda
Registration Deadline: 11th November 2022
Agenda: Please find further Information via our websites.
Cost: Free, but registration is required!
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There is a new article available co-authored by Charitidis, Sebastiani and Goldbeck (2022) focusing on innovation in materials manufacturing for Industry 5.0. The article is available online with Materials & Design in Volume 223.
Recent advances in materials modelling, characterization and materials informatics suggest that deep integration of such methods can be a crucial aspect of the Industry 5.0 revolution, where the fourth industrial revolution paradigms are combined with the concepts of transition to a sustainable, human-centric and resilient industry. We pose a specific deep integration challenge beyond the ordinary multidisciplinary modelling/characterization research approach in this short communication with research and innovation as drivers for scientific excellence. Full integration can be achieved by developing common ontologies across different domains, enabling meaningful computational and experimental data integration and interoperability. On this basis, fine-tuning of adaptive materials modelling/characterization protocols can be achieved and facilitate computational and experimental efforts. Such interoperable and meaningful data combined with advanced data science tools (including machine learning and artificial intelligence) become a powerful asset for materials scientists to extract complex information from the large amount of data generated by last generation characterization techniques. To achieve this ambitious goal, significant collaborative actions are needed to develop common, usable, and sharable digital tools that allow for effective and efficient twinning of data and workflows across the different materials modelling and characterization domains.
Keywords: Industry 5.0; Ontology; Modelling; Materials characterization; Data interoperability
Licence: The article is accessible via Science Direct and with a Creative Commons (CC BY-NC-ND) licence, which means it is open access for everyone to read.
Citation: Charitidis, C., Sebastiani, M., & Goldbeck, G. (2022). Fostering research and innovation in materials manufacturing for Industry 5.0: the key role of domain intertwining between materials characterization, modelling and data science. Materials & Design, 111229. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.matdes.2022.111229
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The final version of OYSTER Open Innovation Environment (OIE) is online – this platform can be used as a model for other EMCC/related projects to develop and implement other platforms.
For more information about OIE, please visit https://oyster-oie.eu .
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CHARISMA Raman Training School
18 – 19 October 2022, Turin, Italy
The school will take place on 18-19 October 2022 in Turin, Italy, as the preceding satellite event of this year’s VAMAS (The Versailles Project on Advanced Materials and Standards) Steering Committee Meeting.
Raman Training School will be hosted by INRiM (Istituto Nazionale di Ricerca Metrologica) in their facilities.
The school will provide extensive training in Raman spectroscopy and focus on various contemporary topics in the Raman-related fields, such as data harmonisation and analysis, new techniques and devices, or relevant and emerging applications.
The digital transformation of technologies and services provides the basis of the Industry 5.0, which complements the existing Industry 4.0 paradigm by highlighting research and innovation as drivers for a transition to a sustainable, human-centric and resilient industry.
The materials and manufacturing industry is becoming more and more reliant upon a digital ecosystem in which stakeholders are connected, comprising aspects such as data and knowledge, technologies, human resources, applications, and operations. Digital market-places are being built that connect manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, and their consumers so that they can share resources to create what are essentially virtual organisations. Today, digital industry ecosystems are evolving rapidly, driven by powerful economic forces, and they will have a lasting impact on how manufacturers interact with materials suppliers and their customers.
Materials discovery and life cycle management requires the involvement of skills and capabilities from many disparate communities ranging from chemistry, materials science, physics, engineering, information technologies and data science. Key advanced technologies and tools from these fields include materials synthesis, robotics, characterisation and modelling, ML/AI and ontologies. A Common Digital Ecosystem needs to warrant interoperability between all such “horizontal enabler” technologies and to capitalise on commonalities between them. Their integration will be a cornerstone in the digital transformation of the manufacturing industry.
Improving resilience and sustainability as well as ensuring safety of materials in all products throughout the life cycle requires a wide and complex range of trusted information on materials and process behaviour, along the entire lifecycle of the product and its associated material, reaching far beyond the quality and quantity of data sets currently available to industry.
Recent advances in “horizontal enabler” technologies including materials simulation, characterisation and materials informatics demonstrates that digital integration would enable closed-loop research that can design, perform and interpret simulations and experiments in an ecosystem of companies collaborating cross-borders.
In this short communication, we address the challenge to go beyond the ordinary multidisciplinary research approach. We envisage a common, digitally integrated materials ecosystem incorporating ontologies for different materials technologies and domains providing full interoperability. Such a system will enable companies to collaborate on more intelligent materials analysis, use and re-use of data, supported by advanced data science tools (including machine learning and artificial intelligence).
Such an industrial ecosystem will support materials and product manufacturing companies, in meeting their strategic objectives regarding resilience and sustainability, leading to more targeted design and development of safe and sustainable materials and processes, faster upscaling and effective quality control.
The European Materials Modelling and Characterisation Councils (EMMC and EMCC) are associations with a broad network of industrial stakeholders, focussing on horizontal enablers and who together address the cross-domain issues that arise during the ongoing digital industrial revolution and with this document we put forward our views for the future.
The document further informs on
- State of the Art of Materials Development Integration
- Drivers to digitally transform the Materials Ecosystem
- Activities proposed to create and support a Materials Ecosystem
- Expected Benefits of a Materials Ecosystem
we invite you to join the Horizon 2020 Project OntoTrans for its first virtual Open Workshop
Innovation 5.0: Open Translation Environment for materials and manufacturing value chains
on Tuesday, March 15 and Wednesday, March 16, 2022
In our workshop we provide information on
- how to represent manufacturing process challenges in a standard ontological form
- how to connect challenges with relevant information sources and materials modelling solutions
- how OntoTrans and its Open Innovation Framework function and how it
- develops from blue print to real life
Participate in our three sessions (Project, Collaboration and Demonstration) and join us in fostering collaboration and support to build an interconnected ecosystem for industrial impact together with our related project partners CHARISMA, DOME 4.0, EASI-STRESS, MarketPlace, MUSICODE, NanoMECommons, OntoCommons, OpenModel, OYSTER, VIMMP and VIPCOAT.
Registration and further Information on https://ontotrans.eu/ontotrans-1st-open-workshop/
We are looking forward to your participation and lively discussions!
the OntoTrans Consortium
EU Industry Days is Europe’s flagship annual event, highlighting industrial frontrunners and ongoing industrial policy discussions whilst improving the knowledge base of European industry.
It is the main platform to discuss industry challenges and co-develop opportunities and policy responses in an inclusive dialogue with a wide range of stakeholders.
The 2022 edition will take place in hybrid format in Brussels between 8 – 11 February 2022, and it will stimulate discussions across industrial ecosystems on their green and digital transition, in support of strengthening the resilience of EU companies (including SMEs).
It will also hold discussions on how the young generation can shape the future of EU industry, in line with the Commission proposal to make 2022 the European Year of Youth. Some of these discussions will be held in the context of a Special Youth Programme, which will place the focus of the event on some of the most urgent concerns for young Europeans today: social equality, youth unemployment and precarious work, and the urgent call for sustainable and socially responsible business models.
Link for the event here:
FormPlanet project final conference
2ND OF FEBRUARY
9:15AM – 17.30PM CET | ONLINE
The #FormPlanet_EU project organises its final conference, focusing on innovative #metals characterisation, non-destructive in-process measurements and #modelling approaches developed or optimised during the project
During the FormPlanet project final conference, project researchers will present the most representative innovative metals characterisation, non-destructive in-process measurements and modelling approaches developed or optimised during the project applicable in the metal forming sector, which present alternatives for an industry thriving to increase products quality and become more competitive
For agenda and registration please click here
#Fraunhofer_IWU #LTUniv #ANSYS
#Unipisa #aludium #ArcelorMittalF #applus
Webinar / Online
i-TRIBOMAT and FormPlanet project would like to invite you to attend the webinar
“Materials up-scaling: Bringing Materials characterisation and materials simulation together”.
September 28, 2021 / 10:00-11:30 CEST – ONLINE
In this webinar you will be able to learn about innovative characterisation and simulation methodologies developed by i-TRIBOMAT and FormPlanet, which will be launched into the market as services of novel European Open Innovation Test Beds. The results from two real-scenario applications will be presented to practically showcase the services’ potential.
EU invests 5 Mio EUR to enhance Raman spectroscopy and generate a FAIR data repository for future academic and industrial research.
The newly EU-funded project CHARISMA aims to harmonise and standardise Raman spectroscopy, an extremely versatile non-destructive method for materials characterization widely applied in research and industry.