Super-performing materials

Virtual materials design makes industrial manufacturing more sustainable.

In the future, materials will be invented, developed, and optimised on a case-by-case basis.
Anssi Laukkanen

How does a world sound where the sustainability, performance, and cost-effectiveness of new products can be reliably tested even before the products actually exist? Virtual materials design is the key to this reality. It makes industrial manufacturing more sustainable and kinder to the environment.

Computer modelling can be used to study the suitability of materials for the intended purpose even before the materials themselves are produced. This makes it easier for industry operators to select the most sustainable and cost-effective materials for their products and to develop unprecedented solutions.

As well as relying less on natural resources, virtual materials design can also save businesses time and money. This approach leads to the rapid roll-out of more competitive products and a wealth of new business opportunities being realised in the production environment.

Our approach

Our goal is to develop more high-performance materials and halve the time it takes to bring them to market by 2030.

The cornerstones of our approach:

  • We leverage AI in the creation of new materials. We create materials that meet product-specific needs and take significantly less time to develop.

  • We optimise materials solutions and develop them for industrial purposes. 

  • We know how to manage a wide range of materials challenges and produce cost-effective solutions.