EMC Gems S.r.l. is born in March 2021 as a startup of the University of Udine, in Italy. Contrary to most startups, we are growing fast!
Thanks to our academic background, we believe in scientific research. All our software is the result of the technology transfer from basic scientific research performed at the EMCLab (Electromagnetic compatibility, advanced simulation and applied electromagnetics laboratory) of the University of Udine.
We focus our activity mainly in the fields of the advanced simulation of electromagnetic fields and devices, the so called computational electromagnetics. We are expert in solving electrostatics, magnetostatics, stationary currnet conduction, eddy currents or magnetic induction or magneto-quasistatics, electro-quasistatics, full wave Maxwell problems), multi-physics problems (nanoelectronics, MEMS, fuel cells modeling), bioelectromagnetics, lab-on-a-chip biosensors, electromagnetic sensors, inverse problems, computational topology and topological data analysis.
We develop new technologies that are not only scientifically sound, but that enable the solution of challenging problems in industry. For example, an etremely efficient virtual prototyping of electromagnetic devices is an enabling technology for the extensive design space explorations, the automatic optimization with virtual design assistants, the development of innovative design support systems, etc.
The other characteristics of our simulation tools is that they are vertical, i.e. they are developed with specific applications in mind, in such a way that the tool can be optimized by exploiting the characteristics of the problem. Moreover, each vertical tool can be modified to become tailor-made for a specific customers.
Our business model
Our goal is not to seel just software licences. We want to become a technological partner for our customers, building a long lasting relationship with them, based on trust, competence, experience and concrete results. Our model is simple:
Understand customers’ needs
Help customers achieve their goals
Our highly motivated professionals cater to any need of the electronics industry with in-depth expertise stemming from our over 20 years of experience in the simulation market.
I am Professor in Electrical Engineering at University of Udine (Italy), Polytechnic Department of Engineering and Architecture (DPIA), head of the EMCLab (Electromagnetic compatibility, advanced simulation and applied electromagnetics laboratory).I am author of more than 120 papers published in top international journals and 8 patents (some with Google LLC, Renesas Electronics and Centro di Riferimento Oncological (CRO) of Aviano).
I am Associate Editor of 5 ISI journals "Sensors", "e-Prime Advances in Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Energy", "Mathematical Problems in Engineering", "Advances in Mathematical Physics" and "International Journal of Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics".
I am also in the Editorial Board the Conference on the Computation of Electromagnetic Fields (COMPUMAG) and the IEEE Conference on Electromagnetic Field Computation (CEFC).
I am an electrical engineer. I am currently a postdoctoral student. I have developed considerable skill in the theoretical development of new techniques for use in electromagnetic simulation. In particular, he will be instrumental in the development of electromagnetic solvers with higher order convergence and libraries working with graphical processing units (GPUs).
I have a Master Degree in law. My duties are handling administrative paperwork and review user license contracts.
I am an electrical engineer. I am currently completing my Master's degree in Electrical Engineering. I am working on artificial intelligence applied to electromagnetic device optimization and design space exploration.
Software front end Programer
I am a high school graduate in electronics. I am dedicated to programming the user interface of simulation software for the automatic design of electrical and magnetic devices
Software front end and back end Programer
I am a high school graduate in electronics. I am dedicated to programming the user interface of simulation software for the automatic design of electrical and magnetic devices. In addition I have designed the cloud infrastructure for electromagnetic simulation as software as service.
We answer 12 questions to dispel false beliefs about inductive sensors
The official monthly magazine of Confindustria Udine named Realtà Industriale dedicates us an article in the June 2002 issue.