SimDOME aims to develop an industry-ready software framework for materials modelling interoperability, based on EU/EMMC standards on materials modelling, by combining, further developing and adapting existing software developed within previous EU FP7-NMP projects SimPhoNy and MoDeNa, the H2020-NMBP project NanoDome and the FP7 ERC-AdG STRATUS.

SimDOME achieves the highest level of interoperability through the standardisation of the material user-cases (i.e. the material/process to be simulated, according to EMMC definitions) that are provided within the SimDOME framework by means of the European Materials Modelling Ontology (EMMO). User case standardisation will allow data communications between software by translating the concept of each specific implementation to the standard unified concepts and interfaces provided by the ontology.

The framework will provide also ready-to-use modules that cover different industrial applications and materials modelling fields spanning through multiple scales. The demonstration of the exploitation potential of the framework will be done within project by testing the SimDOME framework prototype and each integrated modelling software in their respective industrial operational environments (TRL 7) in the fields of gas and liquid phase material synthesis, molecule characterisation and chemical kinetics.

SimDOME will integrate and provide the upscaled software and services for maintenance and support via the existing and future European Materials Modelling Marketplace (EMMM), the network of modelling translation environments and the Open Innovation modelling test beds. A strong relation with the EMMC, EMMM and existing projects is guaranteed by the fact that most of the SimDOME proponents are active members of the EMMC, leading the EMMO development and partners of existing H2020 Modelling Marketplace projects.

Come and meet the SimDOME project team at our high-profile dissemination event, “Digitalisation of Knowledge and Industrial technologies: Towards Horizon Europe”, organised in Bologna, Italy on the 09th of Nov. [Read More]
The kick-off meeting for the SimDOME project that has been funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, Grant No. 814492 was hosted by the University of [Read More]
A high profile dissemination event, “Digitalisation of Knowledge and Industrial technologies: Towards Horizon Europe” is planned as part of the SimDOME project. The event organised in Bologna, Italy, will present [Read More]
SimDOME project represents a unique interdisciplinary collaboration between philosophy, natural sciences, computer science and engineering. Sebastiano Moruzzi and Emanuele Ghedini from the University of Bologna presented the “EMMO: An Ontology [Read More]
The project coordinator, Emanuele Ghedini presented the EMMO status and the next steps within the context of the SimDOME project at the EMMC International Workshop in Vienna, Austria (25-27 Feb [Read More]