We are a spin-off from the TUM Department of Informatics, Chair for Scientific Computing.
We offer support, training, and software solutions for the coupling library preCICE or your specific problem.

News: preCICE release v1.0.0 available since Nov 9, 2017

Get to know us: info@coplon.de
Strongly coupled hemodynamic simulations
Conjugate heat transfer simulations
Turbulent fluid-structure interaction simulations
Complex multi-model CFD simulations

Our vision

Today’s coupling approaches (coupling tools and monolithic simulation software) cannot deal with the future flexibility, complexity, and efficiency requirements of multi-physics simulations. We provide solutions for the future of multi-physics simulations.

The present of multi-physics simulations

two coupled components
Today, most coupled simulations only consist of two coupled components: Typically, a computational fluid dynamics (CFD) code is coupled to a computational structural mechanics (CSM) code. Only moderately parallel runs are performed. The performance of the coupling itself is not considered important. You can often observe one or more of the following performance killers:
  • Writing exchange data to files
  • Communication through central server process
  • Coupling numerics computed in serial
  • Inefficient coupling algorithms

The future of multi-physics simulations

many coupled components with coupling to hardware (hw) and virtual realities (vr)
The future of multi-physics simulations looks different: We have an increasing number of coupled components. Coupling to hardware (HW) and virtual realities (VR) is becomes more and more important. Between subsystems, we have various interactions (strong and weak ones). The evolving complexity requires massively parallel runs and sophisticated coupling algorithms. The performance of the coupling is highly significant.