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Sponsor of MIT’s Polymer Day 2024

May 1, 2024
Veryst is proud to have participated again in the MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Polymer Day 2024 symposium on Wednesday, May 1, 2024. The event included a judged poster competition, seminars, career development workshops, an alumni career panel, and more.

Conference presentation on simulation and testing for combination product design

April 22, 2024
Dr. Matthew Hancock and Dr. Sean Teller spoke at the Pre Filled Syringes and Injectable Drug Devices East Coast conference held in Boston, MA. They talked about “Multiphysics Simulation and Testing in Combination Product Design & Verification: Reducing Patient Risk.” Afterwards, they participated in a panel discussion.

Course on crucial techniques for high-rate mechanical testing

April 17, 2024
Dr. Sean Teller taught an online, 90-minute course on High Rate Mechanical Testing of Polymer Materials for Finite Element Simulation. He explained how to overcome challenges when conducting high-rate mechanical testing of polymer materials to produce accurate results and successful simulations.

Veryst engineers present at 2024 Adhesion Society Annual Meeting

February 11, 2024
Dr. Mark Oliver spoke about “Modeling Fatigue Debonding of Adhesives in E-Mobility Battery Packs” and Dr. Scott Grindy spoke about “Computer Vision-Enhanced Measurement of Adhesive Toughness at Impact Rates” at this in-person event in Savannah, Georgia.

Article on time-temperature superposition published in Rubber World

January 29, 2024
Veryst engineers explain the advantages of time-temperature superposition (TTS) in this new article, just published. TTS is an advanced thermomechanical analysis method that allows rubber scientists and engineers to extrapolate the mechanical properties of polymeric materials to long times or high frequencies by using tests that last less than a day.

Webinar on Modeling Eddy Current Inductive Sensors in COMSOL Multiphysics

January 25, 2024
Dr. Nirmal Paudel presented a free, one-hour webinar on Modeling Eddy Current Inductive Sensors in COMSOL Multiphysics. He demonstrated a workflow for designing an eddy current sensor for nondestructive testing using the COMSOL Multiphysics software and its parametric sweep and optimization functionality for frequency domain simulations.

Veryst is offering new, free, monthly webinars!

January 17, 2024
Veryst is pleased to add new offerings to our webinar series, focusing on our consultants' expertise in polymer mechanics, experimental testing, and multiphysics simulation.  Registration is now open!

Webinar on Advanced Testing and Simulation of Bonded Structures

November 15, 2023
Dr. Mark Oliver and Dr. Scott Grindy offered a webinar hosted by the Adhesives and Sealants Council. They discussed methods for characterizing the mechanical behavior of adhesive materials and adhesive joints to take advantage of FEA, identified strategies for modeling adhesive joints and described the pros and cons of each, and much more.

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