Partner Spotlight: DIGIMAT by e-Xstream

DIGIMAT by e-Xstream

e-Xstream engineering is a provider of simulation software & engineering services 100% focused on advanced material modeling.

e-Xstream engineering develops and commercializes DIGIMAT – The nonlinear multi-scale material and structure modeling platform. DIGIMAT quickens the development of optimal composite materials and structures. Relying on micromechanical modeling approaches the nonlinear behavior of complex multi-phase composite materials is accurately predicted. The coupling of the material description with commercial CAE codes allows for a precise modeling of the behavior of composite structures. Through partnerships with the aerospace sector, e-Xstream engineering has developed the appropriate tools and extensive know-how for modeling materials typically involved in lightweight aerospace composite structures.

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Sridhar Ravikoti

Technical Director - Global Partner Programs at Altair
Sridhar Ravikoti is the Technical Director of Global Partner Programs at Altair. He has been with Altair since 2000, gaining experience in engineering product development and software program management. In his current role as a technical lead for the Altair Partner Alliance, Sridhar drives a synergetic relationship between Altair offering and its Partners. He holds a Bachelor’s degree from Osmania University in India, and a Master’s degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, with a major in Mechanical Engineering and a minor degree in Applied Mechanics.
Sridhar Ravikoti
Sridhar Ravikoti

About Sridhar Ravikoti

Sridhar Ravikoti is the Technical Director of Global Partner Programs at Altair. He has been with Altair since 2000, gaining experience in engineering product development and software program management. In his current role as a technical lead for the Altair Partner Alliance, Sridhar drives a synergetic relationship between Altair offering and its Partners. He holds a Bachelor’s degree from Osmania University in India, and a Master’s degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, with a major in Mechanical Engineering and a minor degree in Applied Mechanics.