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Title Simulation framework for multi-scale phenomena in micro- and nanosystems (SimPhoNy)
Start 01.01.2014
Duration/Status 36 months / ongoing project
Budget 4 Mio. EUR
Website www.SIMPHONY-project.eu
Contact
Dr. Peter Koltay,
e-mail: info@biofluidix.com
Project description

The SimPhoNy project aims to develop an easy-to-use integrated multiscale modelling environment for in Silico discovery and design of nano-enabled systems and materials. The main concept of the SimPhoNy framework is to augment existing open-source and commercial simulation tools and supplement them with sophisticated interface software libraries that allow for flow of information from one component to the other and from one scale to another. The integrated tools range from those describing the electronic structure and atomistic scales up to those modelling mesoscopic and macroscopic device level scales.

BioFluidix is particularly involved in the validation and evaluation of the SimPhoNy modelling environment with respect to the simulation of  micro- and nanofluidic process such as capillary phenomena, droplet formation, droplet spread, film formation and solid particle distribution in dried films. The SimPhoNy simulation tool will be another valuable asset for BioFluidix to better serve its customers with high-end science and knowledge based solutions for micro dosage, printing and coating applications.
BioFluidix tasks
  • Definition of test cases for droplet spreading and drying on surfaces using complex, particle laden liquids.
  • Measurement of rheological parameters of test liquids.
  • Provision of experimental data of droplet generation, impact and drying by stroboscopic imaging using PipeJet® and / or TopSpot® printing technology.
  • Evaluation of the SimPhoNy simulation platform for simulation of realistic printing and coating applications.
 
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Sponsor
European Commission, Research Executive Agency (REA): 
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Research Partners
Fraunhofer Institute for Mechanics oh Materials, IWM, Germany
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Enthought, United Kingdom
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Sophion BioScience A/S, Denmark
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Hellma GmbH & CO. KG, Germany
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BioFluidix GmbH, Germany
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MTT, Finland
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Numerola Oy, Finland
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Sgenia, Spain
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Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
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University of Jyväskylä, Finland
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Quantech ATZ, S.A., Spain
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CIMNE, Spain
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Selected publications
no publications available