Other scientific projects

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EEA-GRANTS

We have joined the European Economic Area-Grants projects, funded by the European Union to improve the environment and fight against climate change. Learn more about our projects, which are focused on creating advanced materials that save energy and are environmentally friendly. From biofuels made from waste to rubber for tires. See all the projects:

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HPC4E Project

The goal of the HPC4E project is to apply new exascale HPC techniques—which are capable of a quintillion (billion billion) operations per second—to industrial energy simulations, thereby customizing them. HPC4E aims to move a step beyond the state of the art in HPC simulations required for different sources of energy:

  • Hydrocarbon exploration geophysics
  • Efficient combustion systems for biomass fuels (biogas)
  • Wind power production and design
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Repsol-ITMATI Joint Research Unit Project

The Repsol-ITMATI Joint Research Unit was created with the goal of developing mathematical and computational methods to solve complex simulation and optimization problems. It also intensifies the public-private partnership in R&D&I and introduces the latest developments in applied mathematics and operating research to the industrial world in general and the energy sector in particular.

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Development of new advanced polyol compounds (POLCA)

Repsol has been granted with a financial aid for its Research and Development Project named DEVELOPMENT OF NEW ADVANCED POLYOL COMPOUNDS (POLCA). The Centre for the Development of Industrial Technology (CDTI) manages this financial aid that is co-funded by the European Regional Development Funds 2014 - 2020.