Judy Newman, Wisconsin State Journal
SmartUQ, a Madison engineering analytics software company, says it has signed a contract to work with a prestigious aerospace organization.
SmartUQ's statistical tools speed up the development of product prototype designs by minimizing potential risks.
The company has landed a two-year project with PACE, the Probabilistic Analysis Consortium for Engines, which is developed and managed by the Ohio Aerospace Institute under contract with the Air Force Research Laboratory.
SmartUQ will help the consortium develop next-generation jet engines use that will be more powerful and last longer, SmartUQ chief scientist Peter Qian said.
"Designing an engine is one of the most difficult tasks," said Qian, who declined to disclose terms of the contract. Read more here.