AMES, Iowa – December 14th, 2015 – For more than a decade, EnSoft’s products and services have been used in various engineering industries and government agencies across the globe. In more recent years however, there has been a large surge of researchers, professors, and students who have adopted EnSoft’s products into academia.
More than 100 universities, institutes, and research labs throughout every continent have used or are currently using EnSoft’s products. “Extending our various tools to students and researchers at universities allows future engineers and developers to tackle challenging engineering projects and find solutions much faster. Youth and the progression of technology go hand in hand, and EnSoft is happy to help any way we can,” says EnSoft’s CTO, Jeremías Sauceda.
Students and faculty have benefited from Atlas, EnSoft’s platform for building software analysis and transformation tools with interactive visualization of program graphs, and SimDiff, EnSoft’s diff and merge tool for Simulink models. Both tools allow developers and researchers to save time, obtain precise and accurate information from large software, and create visually rich software documentation to share with colleagues and peers.
Some of the research projects in which SimDiff has been used are the EcoCar Project at several universities and a telecommunications project at the Coding and Signal Transmission Laboratory in the University of Waterloo in Canada.
As for Atlas, it is currently being heavily used at Iowa State University for research and education. “Through our research, we have used Atlas to analyze 12 million lines of complex multi-threaded C code in the Linux kernel as well as hundreds of Android apps and Java applications,” says Ahmed Tamrawi, PhD candidate in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. “By trusting Atlas with the implementation details of extracting the data model and optimizing our queries, we are also able to prototype and test new tools, techniques, and ideas at speeds that would otherwise not be possible. Without Atlas, it would take us years longer to achieve our research goals,” explained Tom Deering, 2015 PhD graduate of the ECpE Department at Iowa State University.
In 2015, EnSoft’s products were requested by students/faculty in the following academic institutions:
College of Engineering
|India||Aditya Institute of Technology and Management||India|
|United Arab Emirates||Arizona State University||AZ, United States|
|Bard College||NY, United States||Beijing Jiaotong University||China|
of Applied Sciences
|Germany||California State Polytechnic University, Pomona||CA, United States|
|Central Marine Fisheries
|India||Columbia University||NY, United States|
of Advance Technology
|India||École de technologie supérieur||QC, Canada|
|South Korea||Embry Riddle Aeronautical University||FL, United States|
|Fraunhofer Institute for
|Germany||Georgia Tech||GA, United States|
|Hashemite University||Jordan||Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur||India|
of Technology, Madras
|India||Indian Institute of Technology, Varanasi||India|
|Gabon||Iowa State University||IA, United States|
|Johns Hopkins University||MD, United States||Kansas State University||KS, United States|
Institute of Technology
|India||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||MA, United States|
|McMaster University||ON, Canada||Mississippi State University||MS, United States|
University of Mexico
|Mexico||National Institute of Technology, Patna||India|
|NC, United States||Open University of Catalonia||Spain|
|Open University||United Kingdom||Peking University||China|
|PA, United States||Symbiosis Institute of Computer Studies and Research||India|
|Taipei College of
|Taiwan||Tata Institute of Fundamental Research||India|
|Denmark||Technische Universität Darmstadt||Germany|
|Texas A&M University||TX, United States||Université Paris Sud||France|
|University of Arizona||AZ, United States||University of Bern||Switzerland|
|IL, United States||University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign||IL, United States|
|University of Malaya||Malaysia||University of Massachusetts, Lowell||MA, United States|
|NB, Canada||University of Otago||New Zealand|
|University of Potsdam||Germany||University of Strathclyde||United Kingdom|
|Uppsala University||Sweden||Vanderbilt University||TN, United States|
|Virginia Tech||VA, United States|
If you are interested in EnSoft’s products and would like to use them in your coursework or integrate them into a lab or class, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
EnSoft was founded in 2002 with the goal of tackling the growing complexity in software systems. We believe that human intelligence combined with powerful tools is the key to tackling complexity. Today our products and services are used by over 250 companies worldwide including every major automotive, aerospace, and defense company in North America, Europe, and Asia.
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