Simulation and algorithms

For the evaluation of large amounts of spectroscopic data we work with chemometric evaluation methods. Fraunhofer IPM has many years of experience in the multivariate analysis of large amounts of data and develops mathematical models to determine the state of the product and to set process parameters, for example in quality control.


Chemometrics and
complex data analysis

Modern spectrometers provide a large amount of data. Fraunhofer IPM uses chemometric methods for an efficient data analysis.


Optical simulations

When developing optical systems and components like this multi-reflection cell, simulations help to evaluate the influence of different variables on the optical properties of a component.


Magnetic simulations

We use finite element method (FEM) simulations to optimally design permanent magnets for their respective applications.



How do functional materials behave during heat and mass transfer in two-phase fluids? Thermodynamic simulations help us to understand such processes and optimize our system concepts.




Thermal simulations for components

Simulations provide the basis for efficient heat management – for example in sensor structures or electronic assemblies.


Thermal simulations for materials

Thermal simulations help us to understand the behavior of functional materials under specific conditions. This allows us to optimally integrate the materials into components and systems for maximum performance and service life.