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Global Engineering and Materials, Inc. (GEM) is a high-tech firm that provides innovative research and development, consulting services, and software solutions to the National Defense, commercial industries, and government and university research laboratories.
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- Naval Air awarded GEM a 5-year program
April 18, 2016
- Air Force Office of Scientific Research awarded GEM a Phase II STTR program
March 31, 2016
- Naval Air awarded GEM a Phase II extension program on bonded composite joint
March 22, 2016
- Naval Air awarded GEM a Phase I option
March 09, 2016
- Naval Air awarded GEM a Phase II extension program on bolted composite joint
February 22, 2016
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What We Do
We deliver unique software solutions and engineering services to the R&D community and commercial market through the DOD and commercial industry sponsored programs and the Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) program. The wide spectrum of our R&D and engineering services includes computational mechanics, nano and bio mechanics, multiscale analysis and multi-disciplinary coupling, structural integrity and durability assessment of advanced structures, and analysis tool and software development.
We provide excellent technical solutions to complex and challenging problems and deliver our successful results through our applied R&D, novel algorithm development, modeling and simulation, and close collaboration with clients and project team members. GEM’s team consists of highly trained and experienced individuals, as ninety percent of our technical staff hold a PhD in Engineering, material science, mathematics, and computer science.