On Thursday, June 22nd and Friday, June 23rd – 35 interTwin project partners got together during #EGI2023 in Poznań, Poland for the 2nd technical project meeting.
The Thursday meeting covered the activities in WP3 (Technical Coordination and Interoperability), the Blueprint Architecture and featured a presentation about DestinE (Destination Earth) linked activities by Thomas Geenen (who also gave a keynote presentation about DestinE at the main conference on Wednesday). Both presentations received interesting insights from the experts in the External Advisory Board.
Meeting continued with the current technical achievements of the project in the area of Digital Twin Engine Infrastructure and Digital Twin Engine Core Modules, as well as the next steps to take.
On Friday morning, the meeting discussed the status and the plans for the interTwin thematic modules and Digital Twins Applications in the area of Climate change Future Projections , Early Warning and Impact of for Extreme Events, High Energy Physics and Radio Astronomy,
The project is entering the last phase of its first year, which is focusing on the preparation of the First technological release to be delivered in Fall 2023, therefore the plans for Software release and integration have been also discussed.
The project meeting has highlighted the area of focus for the next period and has strengthened the collaboration between the User communities and the technological and resource provider partners which are working together towards a Co-designed Digital Twin Engine.