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Co-designing and prototyping an interdisciplinary Digital Twin Engine.

Overview

interTwin is an EU-funded project with the goal to co-design and implement the prototype of an interdisciplinary Digital Twin Engine – an open source platform based on open standards that offers the capability to integrate with application-specific Digital Twins.
Its functional specifications and implementation are based on a co-designed interoperability framework and conceptual model of a DT for research – the DTE blueprint architecture.

  • Start date: 1 Sep 2022
  • End date: 31 August 2025
  • Duration: 36 months
  • Budget: 11,731,665 EUR
  • Coordinator: EGI Foundation
  • Partners: 29 beneficiaries + 2 associated partners

Objectives

1
Digital Twin Engine

Co-design, develop and provide a Digital Twin Engine that simplifies & accelerates the development of complex application-specific DTs that benefits researchers, business and civil society

2
Blueprint architecture

Co-design a Digital Twin Engine blueprint architecture that provides a conceptual framework for the development of DTs supporting interoperability, performance, portability & accuracy.

3
Extending EOSC

Extend the technical capabilities of the European Open Science Cloud with modelling & simulation tools integrated with its compute platform

4
Trust & Reproducibility

Ensure trust and reproducibility in science through quality, reliability and verifiability of the outputs of Digital Twins

5
Data Fusion

Demonstrate data fusion with complex modelling & prediction technologies

6
Tools for AI workflows

Simplify DT application development with tools to manage AI workflows and the model lifecycle while reinforcing open science practices

Project Partners

CERFACS
CERN
CNRS
CSIC
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CYFRONET
Deltares
DESY
ECMWF
EODC
EURAC
GRNET
INFN
KBFI
ETHZ
PSNC
TU Wien
UNITN
UHEI
JSI/IZUM
UKRI

News

interTwin Kick-Off at #EGI2022

On September 19th, the interTwin project – coordinated by EGI Foundation – officially kicked off at the #EGI2022 Conference in Prague, Czech Republic.

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Funding

The interTwin project is funded by the European Union Horizon Europe Programme – Grant Agreement number 101058386

Infrastructure

The interTwin project relies on the EGI Infrastructure