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2023.8 Coreform Cubit release includes machine learning

OREM, UTAH — Coreform is offering two webinars on new machine learning capabilities in its latest release

Published: 28 August 2023

The offical release of Coreform Cubit 2023.8 can be downloaded at The complete release notes can be found here.

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Coreform is the highest-ranked CAE company on the Inc. 5000 list for the 4th year in a row

The Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing companies in the nation includes Orem-based Coreform LLC again.

Published: 15 August 2023

Inc. magazine revealed on August, 15th 2023 that Coreform LLC is once again on its list of the 5000 fastest growing companies in the nation.

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Webinar: Top reasons engineers choose Coreform Cubit

An overview of Coreform Cubit’s features, format, strengths, and limitations.

Published: 23 July 2023

Our most recent webinar reviewed all the top reasons that engineers choose to use Coreform Cubit for challenging simulations and third-party solvers.

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Coreform awarded DOE SBIR grant to enhance multiphysics simulation tools for nuclear reactor design

The competitive grant will all Coreform to incorporate isogeometric analysis technology and GPU capabilities into the MOOSE simulation framework.

Published: 20 July 2023

Coreform, a leading provider of commercial-grade software solutions for engineering and scientific simulation, announces its recent receipt of a highly competitive Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant from the United States Department of Energy (DOE).

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Coreform’s YouTube channel is growing

OREM, UTAH — New tutorial content joins the Coreform Cubit learning library.

Published: 16 June 2023

Coreform has recently added very brief introductory tutorials to the playlist Coreform Cubit Tutorials. These videos are designed to walk first-time users through the initial steps of meshing in Coreform Cubit.

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June webinar: Using Coreform Cubit and Python to develop OpenFOAM CFD analysis

OREM, UTAH — Wilford Smith from Omega First will demonstrate how to use Coreform Cubit with OpenFOAM for CFD analysis.

Published: 14 June 2023

On June 29th at 9am Mountain time, Wilford Smith will present a webinar demonstrating how to use Coreform Cubit and Python to develop the case directory structure for OpenFOAM.

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Expert help available for free trial users

OREM, UTAH — Advanced meshing toolkit Coreform Cubit supports its users and potential users during the free trial period.

Published: 30 May 2023

Coreform Cubit is a world-class meshing toolkit with a powerful Python API that can handle the toughest meshing problems. Coreform offers a free 30-day trial to anyone who is interested in discovering what Coreform Cubit can do for them.

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Coreform Cubit May 2023 Webinar

OREM, UTAH — Automated optimization workflow using Coreform Cubit's powerful Python API, MOOSE, and DAKOTA

Published: 23 May 2023

On May 25th at 9am MDT, Greg Vernon will walk through how to use Coreform Cubit’s Python API with the open-source MOOSE finite element code and the free DAKOTA optimization toolkit from Sandia National Laboratories.

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Coreform presents at NAFEMS 2023 World Congress

OREM, UTAH — Greg Vernon and Matt Sederberg attend NWC23 and present Coreform’s next-generation isogeometric analysis technology.

Published: 17 May 2023

The NAFEMS 2023 World Congress is being held this week in Tampa, FL. The Congress brings the global engineering simulation community together to create a cross-industry exchange of ideas, best practices, and information.

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Established researcher Dr. David Kamensky joins Coreform, leaving UCSD professorship

OREM, UTAH — Coreform welcomes Dr. David Kamensky as the newest member of the isogeometric analysis team.

Published: 12 May 2023

Dr. David Kamensky, highly cited fluid-structure researcher and assistant professor at the University of California at San Diego, has taken a full-time position at Coreform.

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Coreform Cubit Highlight: student uses Coreform Cubit in code validation for micro-reactors

OREM, UTAH — Coreform Cubit is being used by graduate student Isaac Naupa to help validate MOOSE framework codes for use in nuclear microreactor development

Published: 2 May 2023

Isaac Naupa is a first-year graduate student at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He serves as the Technical Lead on a Multiphysics Benchmark Evaluation for the Sytems for Nuclear Auxiliary Program.

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2023.4 Coreform Cubit Release

OREM, UTAH — Coreform Cubit 2023.3 is now released, with a focus on increased interoperability, improved user experience, and feature polish.

Published: 18 April 2023

The offical release of Coreform Cubit 2023.4 can be downloaded at The complete release notes can be found here.

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Coreform Cubit Highlight: exporting to MCNP

OREM, UTAH — Jerawan Armstrong has written a helpful guide to exporting files from Coreform Cubit to MCNP.

Published: 13 April 2023

The Monte Carlo N-Particle (MCNP) code developed by Los Alamos National Laboratory is widely used for simulation of particles, including neutrons, photons, electrons, ions, and many other elementary particles.

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Coreform is a platinum sponsor of the NAFEMS ASSESS Congress 2023

The conference will influence the future trajectory of engineering simulation by facilitating meaningful interactions among visionaries, developers, and practitioners of CAE-related technologies.

Published: 20 March 2023

As the International Association for the Engineering, Modeling, Analysis and Simulation Community, NAFEMS is widely recognized as the leading independent source of information and training for engineering analysts and designers of all levels.

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Coreform wins major grant to develop Coreform IGA for GPU

OREM, UTAH — Coreform has won a significant grant from the Department of Energy to develop our next-generation technology for high-performance computing with GPUs. The $1.6 million grant will go toward integrating Coreform IGA with a GPU-capable finite element library.

Published: 14 March 2023

Computer simulation allows for testing of parts and assemblies without having to manufacture and physically manipulate them, which can save significant time and money in the product development process.

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