Stochasticity on the Mesoscopic Scale
The mesoscopic scale - the spatial range of several [nm] up to a few [mm] -
exhibits a variety of unique physical mechanisms.
Continuum phenomena, which we usually observe on a macroscopic scale,
are still present but the discrete nature
of the underlying atoms contribute to the
mesoscopic behavior as well.
As a result physical quantities on the mesoscale fluctuate randomly. These
stochastic effects in turn significantly influence most physical processes on the
mesoscopic scale such as flow, transport, reaction and diffusion.
Thermal and finite size fluctuations are essential for a accurate description and
simulation of nano- and microfluidic processes for device design as well as
drug development based on these meso-scale medical devices.
We are the first to introduce a comprehensive mesoscopic simulation suite dedicated
to meso-scale device and drug design !
In comparison to deterministic macroscopic simulation techniques, we introduce fundamental mesoscopic effects
to provide you with a more accurate and comprehensive approach.
In comparison to molecular dynamics simulations our mesoscopic simulation suite needs only a fraction of the time
and can simulate significantly larger domains.
Contact us if you are interested in a joint R&D project!