The CRF team explains in this short interview a few key concepts for the Work Package 2: AI based designs for aerodynamics. Continue reading “CRF – Key Aspects of Work Package 2: AI based designs for aerodynamics”
ENSAM ParisTech answers some questions about Model Order Reduction and its application and implications in the project. Continue reading!
The Vrije Universiteit Brussel explains us some of the keys about battery thermal management and how the consortium is working in this field to achieve the he objective of developing a reduced-order battery thermal model.
In this interview you will be able to discover the main activities and actions to be developed and the challenges and opportunities posed by the UPSCALE project.
What is the UPSCALE project about? In this interview the team of Applus+ IDIADA, project coordinator, tell us about the objectives and key aspects of the project.
Read on to discover more about the work done and the remaining challenges in this interview with Dr. Eugene de Villiers.
The project partners of the UPSCALE project have gathered at the premises of CRF in Torino (Italy) on 13th and 14th of November 2019 for the Third Project Coordination meeting. Continue reading “Third UPSCALE meeting held in Torino” →
On October 18, in San Sebastián (Spain), the projects GHOST and iModBatt will host a workshop to discuss on-going activities which focus on reducing the environmental impact of road transportation, and in particular the development of Battery Systems and solutions to improve the energy efficiency of electrified vehicles. Continue reading “UPSCALE will be participating in the GHOST and iModBatt workshop” →
Participants to the ENGYS User Group Meeting 2019, hosted in London, UK, from 16 to 18 September, had the opportunity to learn about the UPSCALE project and its objectives.
On 16 and 17 April the UPSCALE project will be attending the “automotive CAE Grand Challenge”, one of the most important events in the automotive Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) sector. Continue reading “The UPSCALE project will attend the “automotive CAE Grand Challenge” event” →