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About CemGEMS Team

CemGEMS development team

The team has been composed of experts in GEM thermodynamic modelling, full-stack web development, cement chemistry and thermodynamic research, and chemical engineering of industrial cement production and use.

Dmitrii Kulik, PSI
 Project lead and architect
 Development of back-end GEMS-related C++ codes
 Preparation of cement recipe, process and plotting templates
 Preparation and organization of testing campaigns
George-Dan Miron, PSI
 Development of back-end GEMS-related C++ codes
 Methods for manipulation of JSON documents and accessing them in the database
CONGINEER Ltd
 Full-stack development of front-end and back-end
 DevOps for development server virtual machines
 DevOps and system administration of the production server (cemgems.app, cemgems.org domains)
 Support of agile development and git server
Barbara Lothenbach, Empa
 Project coordination and data approval
 Collection of recommended data for cement recipe templates
 Support of GEMS test project and export of GEMS3K files
 Testing and verification of recipe and process templates
Frank Winnefeld, Empa
 Collection of recommended data for cement recipe templates
 Testing and verification of recipe and process templates
 Overall evaluation of usability, formulation of main workflow
Macjei Zajac, HTC (D)
 Formulation of main workflow and recipe data access concept
 Testing and verification of recipe and process templates
 Overall evaluation of usability
Bruno Huet, Lafarge-Holcim (F)
 Formulation of workflows of CemGEMS and reaction degree concept
 Testing and verification of recipe and process templates
 Overall evaluation of usability
Fabien Georget, EPFL
 Formulation of workflows of CemGEMS and reaction degree concept
 Testing and verification of recipe and process templates
 Evaluation of front-end technical usability

CemGEMS test users community

Ca. 30 volunteers (engineers, students and researchers) from several Nanocem organizations, including members of development team, participate in testing exercises using temporary user credentials. The goal is to provide the bug reports and the feedback helping to improve the web app functionality and usability.


Last update: April 17, 2020