This project is funded by the European Union.

MorphwiZe s.n.c., Italy

Morphwize s.n.c is a micro- SME, developing and deploying specialty simulators for third generation opto-electronics and energy, and broadly supporting experimental research with custom computational methodologies.

The company operates as collaboration partner, outsourcer and custom service provider for European industry, start-ups and public research institutions on multidisciplinary innovation forefronts dominated by complexity and demanding expertise, support and timely custom solutions. The company relies on expert team of scientists, lead by Dr. Mauro Morana, with extensive international experience in the fields of disordered  materials, opto-electronics and energy, in addition to applied computational sciences and technical software development. The outer technical shell, leverages  skilled networks of flexible collaborators, providing engineering, software and hardware expertise. Morphwize's skills portfolio, and its flexible and scalable operational setup, provides a unique spectrum of computational R&D services, proof-of-concept work and virtual prototyping, either vertical or explorative.

Among the innovative methodologies developed by Morphwize, generative approaches to systematic discovery and virtual prototypes/workbenches, exploiting lab-scale High Power Computing, based on  parallel many-core architectures.

Dr. Mauro Morana has the technical lead at Morphwize, is a senior industrial scientist and manager with international research experience in different branches of R&D. He coordinates the technical development of advanced virtual prototypes, bringing his expertise across the innovation pipeline, from device physics to the design of simulator architecture. His expertise  in organic opto-electronics is directly deployed in innovative projects dealing with disordered materials and systems and complex morphological aspects. Dr. Morana holds a Ph.D. in electronic engineering and solid experience plus a Post-Master degree in computer science; he is author of over 40 publications and few key patents applications, mostly in the field of  third-generation optoelectronics and energy.


Funded by EU

Call: H2020-ICT-2014-1
Acronym: DiCoMo
Grant Agreement Number: 643920
Duration: 36 months
Start Date: 2015-01-01
EU Contribution: €3,277,034.75

Here you can download the Publishable Summary of DiCoMo

Final Publishable Summary



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This project is funded by the European Union.


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