Revolution in Simulation Welcomes Coreform as New Sponsor

Coreform, provider of software focused on isogeometric analysis, adds its name to a growing list of participating sponsors.

Coreform, provider of software focused on isogeometric analysis, adds its name to a growing list of participating sponsors.

The global simulation industry collaboration and technology alliance Revolution in Simulation, created to advance innovation via democratization of engineering simulation, announces Coreform, LLC as its newest participating sponsor and collaborator. 

Coreform software leverages its combination of isogeometric analysis, Flex IGA modeling and advanced hex meshing to accelerate the product development process by allowing engineers to predict real-world behavior. Coreform IGA is a new solver for non-linear transient dynamics based on isogeometric analysis (IGA) technology that does not require geometry to be defeatured or approximated by a mesh.

“What we've done at Coreform is to develop a way to run a simulation on the exact data that will be manufactured, yielding much more accurate predictions of how the product will behave in real life,” explains Coreform, CEO, Matt Sederberg. “We are excited to participate to the Revolution in Simulation initiative to help move the use of simulation forward.”

“The demand for broader simulation usage is exploding and each of our sponsors are working to advance and expand the use and value of engineering simulation software by innovating within their market spaces,” Rev-Sim Director of Partnerships, Mike Nieburg says “We are excited to have Coreform join us demonstrating their revolutionary thought-leadership and technology in a collaborative alliance that benefits all industrial users of engineering simulation.”

Coreform adds its name to a growing list of participating sponsors that includes Ansys, Aras, BETA CAE, Cadence, Corvid, Dassault SolidWorks, EASA, ESRD, Front End Analytics, Future Facilities, Hexagon/MSC, Kinetic Vision, Maya HTT, NAFEMS, nTopology, Ohio Supercomputer Center, OnScale, PASS Suite, PTC, Siemens, SimScale, UberCloud and VCollab. 

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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