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Nullspace Launches as an Electromagnetic Simulation Entity

June 6, 2023
The electromagnetic simulation startup comes to IMS to showcase its products that are tuned to the modeling of large-scale antennas and radar.

This article is part of our IMS 2023 coverage.

As a new entrant in the electromagnetic simulation software space, Nullspace will be in Booth 2141 at IMS 2023 to introduce the industry to its products for large-scale design optimization of antennas and radars. Nullspace Inc. was launched as a spinoff from IERUS Technologies, an established defense contractor in Huntsville, Ala.   

The company, headquartered in Irvine, Calif., has a trio of co-founders who all hold PhDs in electromagnetics and aerospace engineering. All have 10+ years of commercial and executive leadership experience. 

Nullspace now offers three products commercially: Nullspace EM, an EM simulation solver designed for solving large optimization problems for defense, aerospace, automotive, and communications applications; Nullspace Prep, a CAD and meshing pre-processor that integrates with Nullspace EM; and Nullspace ES, claimed as the world’s only commercial electrostatic solver for extremely large-scale design and analysis in quantum computing.

The company’s flagship product, Nullspace EM, boasts proprietary fast linear algebra algorithms and multi-CPU and multi-GPU acceleration capability. Thus, the software is able to solve electrically large, complex problems at more than 25X faster than available solutions without sacrificing accuracy, it's claimed.

At IMS, one of Nullspace’s three co-founders, Dr. Daniel Faircloth, will present his talk, “Understanding the Impacts of the Radome on Array Performance Through Advanced EM Simulation” at the MicroApps Theater on June 15th, at 9:30 AM PST.

For more information, visit the company's website.

For more IMS 2023 coverage, visit our digital magazine.

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