We develop MultiMech, a finite element software platform that helps companies virtually predict failure in advanced materials at an unprecedented level of speed and accuracy.
MultiMechanics was founded in 2010 and is based in Omaha, Nebraska. One of our first projects was helping the US Army Research Laboratory explore impact applications, and the company has since evolved to specialize in helping material manufacturers and their clients better understand how composites will behave under extreme conditions.
In 2019, MultiMechanics was acquired by Siemens. The company will be integrated into Siemens Digital Industries Software, which will add the ability for customers to create a digital twin of materials by closely integrating materials engineering with part design, performance engineering, and manufacturing through the unique TRUE Multiscale™ technology for a broad range of material-driven applications.
JEC Chicago Startup Booster 2019 – Top 10 Finalist
TechConnect World Innovation Conference 2019 – National Innovation Award
The CAMX Award 2018 – Combined Strength Award Finalist
Award for Composites Excellence 2018 – Equipment and Tooling Innovation Award Finalist
Mondial.Tech Startup Award 2018 – Material & Weight Reduction Finalist
TechConnect World Innovation Conference 2018 – National Innovation Award
CAMX xC Startup Award – Top 10 Finalist 2017 & 2018
Digital Engineering – Editor’s Pick of the Week
Hello Tomorrow – Top 7 Startups in New Materials
Pipeline Entrepreneurs – Innovator of the Year Finalist
The Tech Tribune – 10 Best Startups in Omaha
CIO Review – 20 Most Promising Modeling/Simulation Providers