Coreform presented on the main stage of Develop3D Live on April 15, 2019. Presenting alongside senior leaders from Ansys, SolidWorks, OnShape, Altair, Autodesk, PTC, and others at this premier industry event, Coreform CEO Matt Sederberg shared Coreform’s advances in highly accurate smooth spline-based simulation software.

SILICON SLOPES, UT 7 February 2019. Coreform LLC was awarded today a new Phase I SBIR from the United States Department of Energy to advance the commercialization of its groundbreaking isogeometric Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) technologies.

Coreform is pleased to announce that on Dr. Michael Borden has joined Coreform as the VP of Simulation. Dr. Borden has been a contributing co-founder of Coreform for the past several years while as an assistant professor at North Carolina State University and Brigham Young University. Coreform’s recent growth has enabled Dr. Borden to join the team full-time. Dr. Borden is internationally recognized in the field of isogeometric analysis; he received his PhD from Dr. Tom Hughes (the inventor of isogeometric analysis) at UT-Austin and also previously worked at Sandia National Laboratories.


The IGA 2018 conference in Austin, Texas, was a electric moment in the isogeometric analysis (IGA) movement, with nearly 150 attendees. The real shift was the noticeable industry presence at this previously academic conference. The IGA commercialization train is starting to pull out of the station and it’s a fun and exciting time to be involved. Here are some of the highlights from the conference.

Coreform LLC is developing cutting-edge simulation technology to enable more accurate simulations, directly on CAD geometry. We are building our commercial software on an impressive and ever-growing body of published research in the field of isogeometric analysis (IGA). IGA is now one of the fastest growing research fields in finite element analysis.


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