Who We Are
BlueQuartz Software provides software design and development, research, and consulting services targeting frontier quantitative insights into materials and processes, for engineering design and manufacturing. Our flagship platform, DREAM.3D, is focused on quantitative microstructure information for materials and models, principally for metals. DREAM.3D is an open source, cross-platform and modular, software suite that allows users to prepare, reconstruct, quantify, instantiate, and mesh, multidimensional, multimodal microstructural data, as well as many other applications. The DREAM.3D provides the tools that permit comprehensive and objective definitions for materials, based on their internal hierarchical structure.
Our software platforms and research bring frontier computing and data analysis into the materials and processes community. These open source software platforms enable materials analytics and data integration over space and time.
The DREAM.3D and SIMPL platforms are supported and available to academic, industry, and Government customers.
What We Do
The BlueQuartz team of expert computer science and materials engineers works closely with our customers, users, and collaborators, to produce community-deployed or custom user-optimized software plugins, for solving materials analysis, representation, and modeling and simulation challenges. BlueQuartz also provides services and support for developing customized software workflows within the field of materials, processes, and structures engineering data analytics.
Founded in 2008 as a sole proprietorship, BlueQuartz Software began the architectural design and development of the initial software libraries, and user interfaces, that took advantage of the emerging 3D tools and analysis methods. That initial software evolved to become DREAM.3D, the EMMPM Workbench, and their associated software libraries. In January of 2014, BlueQuartz Software, LLC was formed and the company has expanded both its staff and its line of software platforms, as well as their capabilities since that time.
DREAM.3D (Digital Representation Environment for Analysis of Materials in 3D) is an open source, cross-platform and modular, software suite that allows users to prepare, reconstruct, quantify, instantiate, and mesh, multidimensional, multimodal microstructural data, as well as many other applications. Download here.
The Expectation-Maximization/Maximization of the Posterior Marginals” (EM/MPM) algorithm for simultaneous parameter estimation and segmentation of textured images is implemented as a desktop application that works across all platforms. Download here.
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