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VSim 11.0 is Here

Built on the powerful Vorpal physics engine that has been used by researchers and engineers for 20 years, VSim 11.0 is faster, more accurate, and includes an enhanced interface that emphasizes the user experience.   With multiple new examples, built-in analyzers, and now available with a floating license, VSim 11.0 is the ideal simulation tool …

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RSim 3.0.0 is now available

Tech-X Corporation has released RSim 3.0.0, a cross-platform radiation simulation tool with a user-friendly interface.  Inspired by a collaboration with NASA that required Tech-X to determine the level and effect of radiation on an instrument for the Europa Clipper mission, RSim allows engineers to predict radiation dose and flux in order to develop more effective …

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Tech-X CEO Dr. John R. Cary Selected as Senior Level Winner of 2019 IEEE NPSS PAST Award

Boulder, Colorado – July 5, 2019: Professor Cary, below, is a founder of Tech-X Corporation, a Fellow of the Center for Integrated Plasma Studies at the University of Colorado, Boulder, and an active IEEE member. The Particle Accelerator Science and Technology Technical Committee (PAST) of the IEEE Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society awards the prestigious Particle …

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Tech-X CEO John R. Cary Awarded Birdsall Prize

Boulder, Colorado – March 21, 2016: Tech-X CEO and University of Colorado Professor John R. Cary has been awarded the 2016 IEEE Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society Charles K. Birdsall Award “for contributions to scientific discovery using computational methods across plasma physics, the development of computational algorithms and methods, and leadership of computational teams.” Dr. …

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VSim to Be Used in Groundbreaking “Particle Accelerator-on-a-Chip” Research

Boulder, Colorado – November 19, 2015: An international collaboration, led by Stanford University, and including Tech-X Corporation as a partner, has been awarded $13.5 million by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation to take an innovative particle accelerator design dubbed the “accelerator-on-a-chip” and make it into a fully functional and scalable working prototype. This laser-driven …

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