Computational Modelling Cambridge Ltd.  (CMCL Innovations) develops and markets scientific and engineering software, and offers technical consultancy services to solve practical problems in the automotive, energy, materials and chemical industries. The company was spun out from the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, from the University of Cambridge and has delivered over a decade of organic growth as a fully independent entity.

Our innovative, multi-award winning software tools provide workable solutions to our customers enabling them to simulate, design and optimise their process or engineering systems (physical and chemical). For example, our flagship software, “kinetics & SRM Engine Suite” continues to be applied by powertrain developers and fuel/energy companies worldwide to design and optimise low-carbon, emission-compliant energy conversion technologies. Our Model Development Suite (MoDS) software is used to develop cost-effective reduced order surrogate models, and perform parameter estimation, optimisation, model-based design of experiments and uncertainty analysis.

For over a decade, the technical team at CMCL Innovations has offered committed software support and training, as well as digital engineering consultancy services to help alleviate the techno-economic challenges faced by the industry. As a technology-intensive, export-driven company, we are proud to work with leading transportation OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers), energy and chemical companies, engineering OEMs, governments, R&D organisations and the academic community worldwide.

Awards

CMCL Innovations has won a number of awards in recent years recognizing the quality and innovative nature of our products, projects, and services.

Conferences

CMCL Innovations staff regularly attend a wide range of professional conferences & events in multiple markets across the globe.

Publications

Staff at CMCL Innovations have contributed to a variety of high quality publications for many illustrious journals and conferences.

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