We develop software that helps engineers accelerate innovation and the product development lifecycle by virtually predicting 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.
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Flavio is responsible for the overall technical direction of MultiMechanics. Well-known in the field of composites for his research and advocacy, Flavio has authored and co-authored over 50 technical papers and presentations.
Leandro has a unique, hybrid background in Computer Science and Mechanical Engineering, which places him in a unique strategic position to solve problems in the CAE industry. At MultiMechanics, he leads the development and execution of the company's short- and long-term strategy.
Carissa is responsible for ensuring that MultiMechanics runs like a well-oiled machine. She brings over 10 years of engineering experience to the team and makes operations run smoothly, including product deployment, customer service, and team support.
Christina oversees all marketing initiatives at MultiMechanics. She specializes in content marketing, social media, and lead generation. Christina has over five years of experience in technical marketing and obtained her Bachelor's degree from the University of California.
Farshad develops new integrations with third part simulation software platforms and helps improve existing ones. He also contributes to the improvement of the MultiMech user interface. Farshad obtained his Masters in Science from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln.
Gilvan helps make MultiMech run more quickly. He has expertise in high performance computing, code optimization, and parallel programming. Before joining MultiMechanics, he worked as a Software Performance Engineer at Petrobas and was sponsored by Intel.
Hayden is responsible for helping customers be successful in their use of MultiMech. He obtained his Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Aerospace Engineering from MIT. He specializes in advanced structures with an emphasis in composites.
Jim is responsible for all customer-facing activities at MultiMechanics. He has over seven years of experience in technical sales and specializes in public speaking, prospecting, and value proposition.
Kennedy works across departments to provide support to customers, improve MultiMech, and develop tutorials. He is currently working towards his Master's degree at the University of Sao Paulo in Brazil.
Luiz is responsible for helping customers be successful in their use of MultiMech. He has over nine years of experience in materials processing and modeling and is currently working towards his Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Sao Paulo.
Marcio is responsible for developing MultiMech's optimizer, which helps simulations run more efficiently. He is an expert in optimization and has over 10 years of experience in software engineering. Marcio received his Master's Degree in Computer Science from the University of Campinas.
Nannan has over ten years of expertise in materials. She obtained her PhD in Material Science and Engineering from the Chinese Academy of Science. At MultiMechanics, Nannan is responsible for providing support to users, developing content for training, and improving documentation.
Shenghua is responsible for improving and adding new capabilities to MultiMech, as well as implementing new integrations with third-party simulation platforms. He brings over ten years of experience to the MultiMechanics team and received his PhD from the University of Porto.