Virtual prototyping for
electric and magnetic devices

We create disruptive innovations in the modeling software for
characterization and optimization of electromagnetic devices

The startup

EMC GEMS is a startup of the EMCLab of the University of Udine, Udine, Italy. All our software is the result of the technology transfer from basic scientific research performed at EMCLab.

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Knowhow

We are experts in virtual prototyping of electromagnetic devices and in general modeling and optimization of electromagnetic configurations. We are in particular focused on eddy currents and other static problems.

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Products

Our products are state-of-the-art software for virtual prototyping of electromagnetic systems. All our solutions may be tailored for specific applications, providing unprecedented flexibility and efficiency.

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Contact us!

If you have a novel electromagnetic product or just want to optimize as much as possible the performances of your device feel free to contact us.

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WE ARE BORN TO INNOVATE

EMG GEMS has a unique track record of disruptive innovations in electromagnetic simulation software

Our simulation software integrates the latest breakthrough in electromagnetic simulation and it is gifted by unique features like the ability to deal with polyhedral meshes, a linear complexity algorithm to find the so-called “global loops” and especially a completely novel family of compression technique able to compress the inductance matrix much more efficiently than state-of-the-art alternatives.
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Novel family of matrix compression techniques for unprecedented perfomances

Our software uses an innovative compression techniques for inductance matrices. It allows to obtain between two and three orders of magnitude speedup with respect to state-of-the-art alternatives, like the low-rank approximation based on h-matrices and Adaptive Cross Approximation (ACA).

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Sometime nature knows best

Our software has various unique features. One of these is that it natively deals with grids formed by very general polyhedral elements. Why using polyhedral meshes? Nature has already provided an answer.

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