Conclusions of the third EM4I workshop reflect on the vast opportunities digital twins offer to academia and the industry when combined with non-destructive tests and artificial intelligence.
On December 21st, EERA and its Joint Programmes on Nuclear Materials (JPNM), Advanced Materials and Processes for Energy Applications (JP AMPEA), and Digitalisation for Energy (DfE) held the third workshop of the series on Energy Materials for Innovation (EM4I). The third workshop was dedicated to “Approaches for the implementation of Digital Twins”. Speakers from energy research and industrial communities across Europe presented a wide range of overarching issues for successful integration of non-destructive examination & testing, materials, data-driven workflows, artificial intelligence, and digital twins.
Experts taking part in the workshop came to the following conclusions:
You can watch a recording of the workshop and speakers’ interventions at this link.
The EM4I series continues with a fourth workshop to be held on 24-25 February, focusing on "sustainability assessment of materials and technologies for a clean energy transition". More information here.