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Article published in the Physics of Plasmas

November 5, 2021
Dr. Andrew Spann was part of a team of authors of an article titled "Lasergate: a windowless gas target for enhanced laser preheat in magnetized liner inertial fusion." Veryst conducted the simulations for this work using COMSOL Multiphysics. The article was published online in the Physics of Plasmas.

Meta Reality Labs' Research Assisted by Veryst

November 5, 2021
Meta Reality Labs (MRL), a subsidiary of Meta (formerly Facebook, Inc.), recently published an article describing their research conducted with support from Veryst's Dr. Alireza Kermani. MRL modeled ultrasound sensor integration into a glasses form factor augmented reality device, using a COMSOL model built by Veryst.

Presentation on using DIC test data for material modeling at NAFEMS World Congress

October 25, 2021
Dr. Sean Teller discussed "Utilizing Test Data from DIC for Polymer Material Modeling," describing the information an engineer can extract with Digital Image Correlation and how best to use full field strain data. The presentation took place on the fourth day of NAFEMS World Congress 2021, which was fully online this year.

Sponsor of Harvard–MIT Mathematics Tournament

August 10, 2021
Veryst is proud to be a sponsor of HMMT—a prestigious math tournament jointly organized by students from Harvard and MIT. HMMT offers two tournaments each year as a challenge for middle and high school students. HMMT is one of the largest high school competitions in the world.

Veryst at COMSOL Day: Biomedical Devices 2021

May 11, 2021
Dr. Nagi Elabbasi moderated a panel discussion and Dr. Alireza Kermani spoke at this free, online event. The panel discussion addressed Simulation Software's "Remarkably Increased Role in Inventing, Developing, and Certifying Medical Device Designs." Dr. Kermani spoke about "Blood Damage Modeling of FDA Benchmark Nozzle."

Presentation at ANTEC 2021

May 10, 2021
Dr. Sean Teller offered an on-demand presentation titled "Tensile Specimen Preparation Method Impacting Failure Behavior" at ANTEC Classic 2021, which took place online May 10-21, 2021. He discussed his investigation of the effect of the sample creation process on the results from standard tensile tests.

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