Our Twitter feed is now active
FiBreMoD has an extensive communication strategy, and this includes a FiBreMoD Twitter feed. This feed will be used to share the latest results and blogs on the project, to announce upcoming events and spread our educational resources. All researchers on this project will have their own Twitter channel. Follow specific researchers if you are interested in specific topics!
FiBreMoD at JEC show Paris
The FiBreMoD project was present at the JEC. The image shows fibre breaks on the wall of the KULeuven booth.
Successful FiBreMoD kickoff week
The FiBreMoD kickoff week has just ended and was very successful. We had 30 people present from 11 different partners, and our researchers met each other for the first time.
FiBreMoD project in the Netherlands!
The FiBreMoD project went to the Netherlands! In the past week, from 15 to 19 of May, our researchers were in the ACRATS facilities for a technical workshop on composite processing. This workshop involved composite manufacturing and repair.
FiBreMoD Autumn Lectures, 25-27 October in Paris
The Materials Center of MINES ParisTech invites postgraduate students to a doctoral course on fibre-reinforced composites. The three-day course is organized as part of the FiBreMoD project. It will be held in Paris from 25th to 27th October 2017.
FiBreMoD network wide event at BAM in Berlin
On October 4-6 the FiBreMoD researchers were reunited once again for the network wide event consisting of the regular consortium meeting and the training unit for early stage researchers.
Success at FiBreMoD autumn lectures
FiBreMoD 2017 Composite Autumn Lectures were held in Paris on 25-27 October at FIAP Jean Monnet.
FiBreMoD at the Marie Curie Annual Meeting
Last Friday, the 5th Marie Curie Annual meeting was held in Leuven. The FiBreMoD project made itself present through the ESR Francisco. “It was a very interesting and insightful experience” – he says.
Official announcement of the second version of benchmarking exercise for longitudinal strength models of UD composites
The second version of the benchmarking exercise has now opened. We welcome participation from groups all over the world to contribute modelling predictions to this exercise.