Article published at the Journal of Physical Chemistry B

The OYSTER Partner, Politecnico di Torino, has submitted a paper titled: “Anisotropic Electrostatic Interactions in Coarse-Grained Water Models to Enhance Accuracy and Speed-up of Mesoscopic Simulations” to the Journal of Physical Chemistry B. This work includes the results obtained by Polito in their work on WP3 (Interdisciplinary predictive materials modelling). This paper has been published and can be seen following this link.

OYSTER will be represented at the 2021 Materials Research Society meeting

The OYSTER Partner Politecnico di Torino will give a presentation at the Materials Research SocietyMRS fall meeting (December 6 – 8, 2021). The presentation is titled “Soft Materials Surface and Interface Characterization Through Multi-Scale Simulations“, which is is based on their work on the project.

OYSTER CWA Published

The OYSTER Project has the pleasure to inform that the CWA related to the project (CWA17815:2021) has been published by CEN. This document gives the foundations for a wider adoption of the CHADA principle by other projects and stakeholders.

You can download the document, from the CEN website or directly through this link.

OYSTER M48 meeting – 25 October 2021

The month 48 review meeting of the OYSTER Project took place on the 25 October 2021, via ZOOM. The project is currently in the last stages to be granted a 4-month extension, due to the problems caused by the pandemic.

Partners at the M48 meeting presented the final activities they are running in the project. This was also an opportunity to discuss about the planning for the last Open Day Workshop, taking place at the beginning of 2022, where the final results of the project would be presented.

 

The 2021 CEN-CENELEC awards ceremony – OYSTER Project Coordinator nominated

The 2021 CEN-CENELEC awards ceremony will be taking place on the 5th October 2021 at 15:30 – 16:45 (CEST Time). Dr Eng. Marco Sebastiani (Università degli studi Roma Tre), OYSTER Project Coordinator was nominated under the category Individual Researcher/Innovator Award for his work on the OYSTER Project.
To get more information and/or participate in this ceremony, please follow this link

OYSTER participation at the NanoTexnology Workshop on the 3-10 July 2021

The OYSTER Project was invited to present at the NanoTexnology conference on the 3-10 July at Thessaloniki, Greece. Dr. Eng. Marco Sebastiani, Ph. D. from the UniRomaTre (Project Coordinator), gave a talk on the at this conference titled: “H2020 OYSTER – novel metadata structures for advanced materials characterisation”.
The event had the participation of more than 150 Plenary, Keynote & Invited Speakers, coming from global Academia, Research & Industrial entities.
Some of the topics covered at this workshop were:

  • Open Innovation for Multiscale Modelling of Materials
  • Open Innovation for Multiscale Characterization of Materials
  • Modelling Data Analysis (MODA)
  • Process and Manufacturing
  • Standardisation needs in the Manufacturing Sector
  • Industry needs on Open Innovation Approaches
  • Business Models and Sustainability for Open Innovation Databases

 

OYSTER M42 Review Meeting

The OYSTER M42 Review meeting took place on the 25th June. All significant results and progress made by OYSTER partners were presented at this meeting.

The OYSTER Project showcased at European Research and Innovation Exhibition – 23 & 24 June 2021.

The OYSTER Project was showcased at the European Research and Innovation Exhibition on the 23 & and 24 June. The Exhibition displayed information of over 100 EU-funded projects, this was part of the European Research and Innovation Days.

The European Research and Innovation Days is the European Commission’s annual flagship Research and Innovation even, which brings together policymakers, researchers, entrepreneurs and the public to debate and shape the future of Research and Innovation in Europe and beyond.

OYSTER article on Materials Design publication

The OYSTER partners Politecnico di Torino and Uni Roma3 have published an article in the magazine Materials Design, about their work demonstrating the full integration between modelling and characterization in this project. The article Integrated Molecular Dynamics and Experimental Approach to Characterize Low-Free-Energy Perfluoro-Decyl-Acrylate (PFDA) Coated Silicon, can be read at the following link.