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DEM Solutions extends US market presence

DEM Solutions, a leading developer of DEM (discrete element method) software solutions, has opened a US office in Lebanon, New Hampshire.

The office will serve DEM’s existing clients and partners in the US as well as extend its presence across industries ranging from pharmaceutical, chemical, mineral and materials processing to oil and gas production, geomechanics, and construction.

DEM’s US office is managed by Dr Peter Weitzman. Dr Weitzman is an experienced leader in all aspects of CAE software, including customer support, sales and marketing and software development; prior to joining DEM Solutions, Dr Weitzman led software sales and marketing at Concepts NREC, a developer of software for the design of rotating fluid machinery.

Further recent developments for DEM include a NASA contract to develop software that simulates electrostatic charged particles, and a partnership with Fluent, the CFD software provider.

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