Welcome to PSE Academic
Low-cost licences for research and teaching
Because of our academic origins, PSE has a long history of involvement with academic institutions and research organisations around the world.
In order to make our products easily available to academic institutions worldwide, we offer low-cost gPROMS licences to academic institutions engaged in bona fide research.
Our academic programme means academics can employ the same state-of-the-art technology as used by leading industrial companies.
Over 200 academic institutions around the world already use gPROMS to achieve rapid results across a wide range of research topics.
Who uses gPROMS?
- Researchers who need to model complex process systems – whether existing or novel technologies – use gPROMS to quantify their research.
- Researchers working on complex new areas of scientific research – for example, biomedical modelling – that can benefit from a systems approach use gPROMS to accelerate their research.
- Researchers developing numerical solution techniques use gPROMS for testing their codes on problems of realistic complexity.
- Researchers from a wide variety of disciplines use gPROMS to provide detailed process models within other software environments such as Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) packages and Mathworks MATLAB®.
- Lecturers and course leaders use gPROMS to teach courses in mathematical process modelling, dynamic simulation, optimisation and control.
gPROMS is also widely used for collaborative R&D projects. We supply gPROMS under various arrangements in this context.
Benefits of licensing gPROMS
In addition to having access to the gPROMS software, as a licensed user you will receive discounted prices for attending training and other PSE events.
You will also have access to the customer login area on the gPROMS web site, and we will keep you posted with news announcements from PSE and the latest on all our product developments.
Advanced Process Modelling Partnership
We are in the process of signing key universities to the Partnership for Advanced Process Modelling, a collaborative arrangement between PSE and large university users.
Under the Partnership, PSE contributes its leading gPROMS® platform software, model libraries and training services. The university in turn drives adoption of advanced process modeling technology to its graduate and undergraduate chemical engineering students, teaching staff and selected industrial participants.
The Partnership provides academic institutions with the same powerful tools as used by their industrial partners.