Projects

H2020, PRIN, PON & local research lines.

Posted by RCF il Friday, November 13, 2020

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The following research projects are some of those currently supported by the RCF.

ADMIRE

ADMIRE is a European-funded project with a budget of €7.9M that started on 1st April 2021 and will last for three years. Coordinated by UC3M (Spain), the project brings together a multidisciplinary consortium: BSC (Spain), JGU (Germany), TUDA (Germany), MPG (Germany), FZJ (Germany), DDN (France), Paratools (France), INRIA (France), CINI (Italy), CINECA (Italy), E4 (Italy), PSNC (Poland), and KTH (Sweden). The ADMIRE project has received funding from the European High-Performance Computing Joint Undertaking (JU) under grant agreement No 956748. The JU receives support from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and Spain, Germany, France, Italy, Poland, and Sweden. Grant Agreement number: 956748 - ADMIRE - H2020-JTI-EuroHPC-2019-1. 2021–.

CREATE

Innovative operations and Climate and weatheR modEls to improve Atmosphere resiliencE (CREATE) project will study the vulnerability of the ATM system with respect to weather phenomena, in order to improve ATM procedures so that vulnerability can be reduced. Studying the impact of aviation on the environment both short and long term (climate), in order to propose ATM operational changes able to reduce such impact. Studying possible new meteo tools and methodologies, in order to integrate their use in ATM. Validating proposed ATM operational changes in order to reduce ATM environmental impact and improve ATM resilience with respect to weather. Grant Agreement number 890898 - CREATE - H2020-SESAR-2019-2. 2020 –.

AEROMAT

Impiego di tecnologie, materiali e modelli innovativi in ambito aeronautico, coordinato da SEtna Hitech S.C.P.A.' e svolto in collaborazione con altre eccellenze italiane. L’obiettivo primario del progetto è quello di migliorare la qualità delle previsioni in riferimento allo spazio aereo e al deposito al suolo di polveri e ceneri vulcaniche, grazie a un sistema di modellizzazione che integrerà i dati degli osservatori vulcanologici con i dati meteorologici previsti da modelli ad alta risoluzione. 2018 –.

CMMMA

Centro per il Monitoraggio e la Modellistica Marina e Atmosferica, meteo@uniparthenope. Il CMMMA, proseguendo le finalità del precedente progetto CCMMMA, offre servizi di previsioni meteorologiche, marine e della qualità dell’aria a persone comuni, governo locale, istituti di ricerca, società private, società di valutazione ambientale e sanitaria, autorità di controllo della nautica da diporto, partnership sportive e altri. I dati forniti dal Centro sono disponibili sulla pagina web ufficiale https://meteo.uniparthenope.it. 2015 –.

SE4I

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MytiluSE

2016 – 2019.

MytilAI

2020 – .