Publicly funded projects

Publicly funded projects

Current projects

Project Contributing parties Description Start End
Solved! structur.e
Volkswagen AG
Math2Market GmbH
SGL Carbon SE
PreciPoint GmbH
Hochschule Aalen
German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt)
Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Mathematics (ITWM)
Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research Baden-Württemberg (ZSW, Ulm)
With structur.e, Math2Market GmbH and Volkswagen are pursuing the development of next generation lithium-ion batteries. The final goal is to achieve a shorter charging time and longer range for electric mobility.

Get ready to explore the new digital possibilities to develop advanced battery materials.
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May 2019 October 2022
Math2Market GmbH
Junker-Filter GmbH
Institute for Textile Technology at RWTH Aachen University (ITA)
Faculty of Technical Processes, Heilbronn University (HHN)
Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Mathematics (ITWM)
The BiGOFil cooperation project of Math2Market with other industry partners and research institutions is directed at increasing the efficiency of oil-separating gas filters through the experimental and simulative development of a novel filter medium made of bicomponent fibers.

Expect radical advance and exclusive simulation solutions to long-standing challenges in filtration.
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June 2020 May 2022
Institute for Composite Materials (IVW)
Math2Market GmbH
With DamageDict, Math2Market GmbH and the Institute of Composite Materials (IVW) in Kaiserslautern, Germany pursue the goal to model damage in fiber-reinforced plastic components. The simulation on a microstructure level should allow to detect damage that cannot be detected in a laboratory test or through a classical FEM simulation.

Along the DamageDict project, discover with Math2Market the possibilities of designing components made of fiber-reinforced plastics through simulation with GeoDict.
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January 2020 December 2021
Solved! Solved!
ETH Zürich
Math2Market GmbH
Math2Market, together with Prof. Wood's MaDE group at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH), pursues the quantitative simulation of battery ageing. This paves the way for more performance and longer battery life.
Get ready to explore the new digital possibilities for developing advanced battery materials!
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November 2019 November 2021