The overall aim of the DRIVEN project is to boost the scientific excellence and innovation capacity in data-driven simulation of the Computational Sciences interdisciplinary group at the University of Luxembourg. The Twinning activities will benefit the University of Luxembourg but also the other consortium partners. The project will have a positive impact on numerous  industrial sectors in Luxembourg and in Europe such as Materials, Space Technology and Automotive.


The partners will implement a research and innovation strategy focused on three sub-topics:

1. Mathematical foundations for data-driven simulations (University of Luxembourg and UT Austin)

  • Geometry & Discretization
  • Solution & Error Control
  • Inverse Problems & Data Assimilation

2. Data-driven simulations for computer-assisted therapy (University of Luxembourg and Inria)

  • Patient-specific organ discretizations
  • Inverse problems
  • Reduced Order Modelling

3. Data-driven simulations for functional composite materials (University of Luxembourg and ULIM)

  • Multi-scale simulations for heterogeneous materials
  • Experimental techniques for material characterisation and monitoring