DIRECT LINK TO THE DEVELOPER
As developers we know our software inside out - strengths and weaknesses alike. So, should you need assistance solving your problems, we will be able to do so more quickly and competently than anybody else by using creative tricks and workarounds. You will thus profit from our in-depth knowledge of our product and we from our direct link to you, the user.
This way we will always see the tool through your eyes, the eyes of a discerning and competent user. There is no better way to continuously improve our product for you. As a result Pasimodo® will remain the tool of your choice.
INPARTIK IN A NUTSHELL
Founded by Dr.-Ing. Florian Fleißner in 2012
Inpartik offers you:
- Distribution and support services for the software Pasimodo®
- Computational services, development, consulting and training in the field of particle dynamics
- Building on research
- Numerous successful cooperations with project partners from various industrial areas,
- in some cases as part of research projects extending beyond the immediate region and sponsored by DFG (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft).
- Since 2004 main developer of simulation software Pasimodo®
- Extensive knowledge and experience in the field of developing simulation software
- Many years extensive experience with various simulation methods
- Publications in well-regarded scientific magazines and books
- Coordination of work group “particle dynamics” at ITM University of Stuttgart
- Many years experience in research and teaching in the areas of mechanics, technical dynamics and numerics.
IN A ONE-ON-ONE (german)
DR.-ING. FLORIAN FLEISSNER
Part time computer nerd
University studies, majoring in mechanical engineering
at Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen, specializing in computer-aided methods of product development
Research and teaching position at the Institute of Engineering and Computational Mechanics of the University of Stuttgart
Received doctoral degree, summa cum laude,
in the field of mechanical engineering-mechanics-particle methods
Continued research and teaching position at Stuttgart University in the fields of applied mechanics, machine dynamics and numerics