Femsolve Kft. was founded in the summer of 2020, primarily to provide services in the field of computer-aided engineering. For modeling, running analyses, as well as pre- and post-processing, we exclusively used open-source software, such as Code Aster, OpenFOAM, Salome, and ParaView.
Working with these software packages, just like their commercial counterparts, it is inevitable to delve deep into their workings to optimize our workflows. We've developed numerous custom modifications for computational analysis and automated numerous processes for geometry pre-processing and meshing.
Thanks to these efforts and responding to external interests, the need for our own software was born, with the help of which we can support our own and our clients' work even more efficiently. Today, our company's activities are exclusively focused on the development of software for engineering purposes. Our main goal is to create engineering software that is affordable for everyone and competitive even in an industrial environment.
Co-Founder & CEO
In 2015, I earned my Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Vienna Technical University. Prior to co-founding our company, I honed my skills as an FEA engineer in the automotive industry. In the early stages of my career, I was introduced to various modeling strategies and had the opportunity to learn modeling techniques and regulations used in finite element simulations of vehicle crash tests. Additionally, my experience in the automotive sector has made me well-versed in the multitude of requirements that high-quality engineering software must satisfy. I use my mechanical engineering knowledge effectively in the field of programming as well. My main tasks include the development and implementation of geometric algorithms, which play a central role in the processing of models. Furthermore, I take a leading role in the front-end development of the 3D model builder, thereby ensuring smooth and efficient operation.
In 2018, I earned my Master's degree in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Bristol. Upon graduation, I entered the professional field of computer-aided engineering, with a predominant focus on automating model preparation. Leveraging my foundational engineering knowledge and fervor for coding, I continually refine my software development skills and stay abreast of emerging trends in the industry. My responsibilities include conducting software requirements analyses, devising high-level and low-level solution design architectures, and ensuring adherence to standardization protocols. In the realm of engineering, my proficiency is applied to intricate mathematical and geometrical analyses, as well as to the principles of classical mechanics.
As seasoned mechanical engineers and software developers, we often found ourselves asking, 'This feature would be incredibly helpful and seems simple enough to add, so why is it missing?' when using various engineering software packages. This sentiment gave rise to a desire to seize complete control of a software's versatility. Our goal was to create software that is competitive even in an industrial environment, accessible to everyone, affordable and meets the strictest expectations of the time. This led us to create a user-interface application that operates in your browser, coupled with the option to produce and host your custom engineering services via a potent API. Consequently, companies can effortlessly construct their own workflows, tackle challenging problems, and only pay for the resources they utilize.
This is how the concept of Femsolve Cloud Services came into existence - a platform we envisage as being powerful, accessible, and affordable. This is the ethos that propels our relentless efforts in crafting our platform.