Steel balls sculpture at the entrance of the Landestheater Linz Musiktheater am Volksgarten in Linz (AT)
T-MAPPP network at first meeting in London in September 2014
Detail of silo discharge and arching in a 2D small scale experiment filled with two size glass beads.
T-MAPPP is an Initial Training Network funded by FP7 Marie Curie Actions with 10 full partners and 6 associate partners. The role of the network is to train the next generation of researchers who can support and develop the emerging inter- and supra-disciplinary community of Multiscale Analysis (MA) of multi Phase Particulate Processes. The goal is to develop skills to progress the field in both academia and industry, by devising new multiscale technologies, improving existing designs and optimising dry, wet, or multiphase operating conditions.
We are delighted to announce that we have appointed Xizhong Chen as the last T-MAPPP researcher to take on the ER3 project. Read More
Fête de la Science is an annual event in France which enables interaction between the scientific community and the general public. It is a perfect opportunity… Read More
Inspired by this year being Scottish Year of Food and Drink and International Year of Soils, come and meet the experts – botanists, soil and food scientists… Read More
The mission of the festival is to inspire and engage visitors in science and discovery and build trust between local science centers and local communities.… Read More
The T-MAPPP training event was held at the picturesque Linz, located in the upper Austria in the midst of the Danube! The event was held in conjunction… Read More
From 1st October to 6th October 2015 T-MAPPP network will meet in Barcelona for scientific discussion, mid-term review with EU commitee and new trainings.… Read More
The second training event for the T-MAPPP ESRs was held at the university campus of University of Twente at the beautiful city of Enschede. The event… Read More