News & Events

Introducing our new, free, monthly webinar series!

September 28, 2023
Veryst’s new "In the Test Lab" webinar series focuses on polymer mechanics and experimental testing and features various experimental methods, test systems, and more. The first three webinars are now open for registration.

Veryst engineers at BIOMEDevice Boston 2023

September 20, 2023
Veryst is pleased to have been a Featured Exhibitor at BIOMEDevice Boston 2023. This was a great opportunity to connect with leaders and innovators in the medical device industry. Veryst showed two posters in addition to having an exhibit booth staffed by some of our top medical device experts.

Training session on Polymer Testing and Modeling for FE Simulation

May 15, 2023
Dr. Sean Teller offered an in-person training course at NAFEMS World Congress 2023 on "Polymer Testing and Modeling for FE Simulation." This course was intended for finite element engineers who simulate polymers and are interested in advancing their modeling skills.

Sponsor of MIT’s Polymer Day 2023

April 26, 2023
Veryst is proud to have participated again in the MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Polymer Day 2023 symposium on Wednesday April 26, 2023. The event included a poster competition, presentations, a career fair, a networking lunch with industry sponsors, an alumni career panel, and more.

Veryst engineers present at 2023 Adhesion Society Annual Meeting

February 19, 2023
Dr. Mark Oliver spoke about “Hybrid Joint Concepts for Adhesive Bonding of Additively Manufactured Parts” and Dr. Scott Grindy spoke about “Calibrating Cohesive Zone Models for Structural Adhesives Bonded to Plastic” at this in-person event in Orlando, Florida.

Keynote speaker at COMSOL Day: AC/DC Simulations 2023

February 9, 2023
Dr. Nirmal Paudel was the keynote speaker at this free, online event where he discussed "Electromagnetic Modeling and Design of Magnetic Couplings." Dr. Paudel's presentation included demonstrating a workflow for designing a magnetic coupling using COMSOL Multiphysics and its parametric sweep functionality.

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