Digital twin

A digital twin is a digital representation that mirrors the real-time operating conditions of a physical system. It helps to deal with manufacturing complexity driven by the need of customisation and decentralised controls of production environments

Keywords and applications

Digital twin; integrated simulation; symbiotic simulation; Internet of Things (IoT); cyber-physical system (CPS)

Digital replica of physical facilities; integration of physical and digital systems; real-time data-driven simulation; interactive simulation using tangible models


The Cryomagnetic lab is dedicated to ultralow-noise characterisation of electronic and magnetoelectronic properties of materials/devices, primarily in the quantum regime. Apart from fundamental research, the lab also provides a powerful platform for analysis of the electronic and magnetoelectronic properties of semiconductors and magnetic materials/structures for industry.

The main equipment in this lab comprises a closed-cycle cryostat equipped with a superconducting magnet, variable temperature inserts and a home-built mobile rank for electrical transport measurements. The cryomagnetic system allows for measurements on samples under wide-ranging and precisely controlled conditions.


Design, develop, and implement digital twins
  • Design and simulate a digital system
  • Develop the integration between the physical and the digital system
  • Support the adoption of real-time data collection from IoT devices
  • Customise and implement a collaborative table for physical simulation
  • Customise the simulation to a virtual reality environment
Workshops about digital twin and related technologies
Technology clarification and expert's report


Technical specification of equipment

  • Temperature: from 0.3 K up to room temperature
  • Magnetic fields: 0-8 T
  • Measurements: IV, VI, RT, RB, and Hall effect


Elias Ribeiro da Silva
Assistant Professor, PhD
SDU Technology Entrepreneurship and Innovation (TEI)
The Mads Clausen Institute

T +45 6550 7236

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