Coinciding with the public release of iCP version 1.0, the partners of the iCP project hosted a training and workshop event in Barcelona, Spain, from June 3-6, 2014.
This event constituted the first workshop of the iMaGE platform and coincided with the release of the first public version of the iCP code. The workshop was open to scientists and consultants interested in modelling reactive transport phenomena with Comsol Multiphysics.
The iCP team was overwhelmed by the positive response to iCP Workshop 2014 and the official presentation of iCP 1.0. Our special thanks to the enthusiastic participants, teachers, and iMaGe partners that made the workshop possible.
We had the pleasure to share experiences among 26 participants from many different countries and various universities and industries.
See below for the final schedule of the workshop.
If you are one of the participants, we would be grateful if you could spend a few minutes answering the workshop evaluation form. This will help us to improve future courses.
Albert is Project Manager at AMPHOS 21 and the leader of iCP development. He is a Mechanical Engineer and has a Major in Hydrogeology by the UPC- Barcelona Tech. Currently is a Ph.D. candidate at the same university. Before joining AMPHOS 21, Albert was working at the Spanish Scientific Council (CSIC).
Luis Manuel de Vries
Luis Manuel is Project Manager at AMPHOS 21 where he is leading several projects related with High Performance Computing. He holds a MSc in Hydrology from the Utrecht University. Before joining AMPHOS 21 he was working as IT consultant for Cambridge Technology Partners (now Novell), and as software developer at UPC – Barcelona Tech.
Elena is Project Manager at AMPHOS 21, in charge of several modeling projects involving reactive transport simulations related with both, nuclear waste repositories and deep injection of CO2. She holds a PhD in Hydrogeology by UPC – Barcelona Tech. Before joining Amphos 21, she was a Post-Doctoral Research Associate at the Auburn University (US) and the Masschusetts Institute of Technology (US).
Marek is Project Manager at AMPHOS 21 in charge of several modeling projects involving reactive transport simulations. He holds a MSc in Geology and a PhD in geochemistry from the University of Berne. Prior to joining AMPHOS 21, Marek was a Post-Doctoral Research Associate The University of Edinburgh (UK) and Consultant in Galson Sciences (UK).
Jorge Molinero is the Scientific and Technical Director of AMPHOS 21. He received his PhD in Civil Engineering (University of A Coruña, Spain), and has 20 years of experience working with reactive transport simulations. Before joining AMPHOS 21 he was Assistant and Associate Professor at the Universities of A Coruña, Santiago de Compostela and UPC-Barcelona Tech.