ECM in Dubrovnik

This week we are participating at the 8th European Combustion Meeting in Dubrovnik, Croatia.

Researchers, engineers and students share their experiences, ideas and research results about all aspects of combustion science and technology.

There are 621 scientific posters presented at the meeting, please click here to see the posters from our team.



8th European Combustion Meeting

Less than a week now until ECM 2017, 8th European Combustion Meeting.

LOGE is proud to sponsor this important biennial meeting that motivates intellectual discussion and enhances future collaborative research activities within Europe.

If you are attending the event come and see us at our desk in the poster area.

We look forward to seeing you in Dubrovnik!


We’re in Detroit!

Visit us at the SAE World Congress Experience – WCX™17 in Detroit, Michigan, April 4-6, 2017 and learn more about our offerings. We look forward to seeing you at stand 3607.

For more information on WCX™ see:




LOGEnanosurf, a 3D Kinetic Monte Carlo software tool for simulating molecular phenomena on surfaces, will be presented on the 18th of May at the  ZIM (Zentrales Innovationsprogramm Mittelstand) exhibition in Berlin, Germany.

Interested in becoming a BETA user? Contact our sales representative or email us at:

ECM 2017

LOGE is proud to sponsor the 8th European Combustion Meeting (ECM2017) that will be held in Dubrovnik, Croatia, 18-21, April, 2017 in Valamar Lacroma Hotel. We look forward to meeting and seeing you there!


LOGE will exhibit at the SAE 2017 World Congress Experience this April 4-6th. We are excited to announce that participants will have the opportunity to sign up for live demonstrations of our state-of-the art real time simulation tool LOGEengine 3.0 in our booth #3607.

We look forward to seeing you in Detroit!

Save the date for LOGE User Meeting

LOGE users are constantly increasing and so it’s become time to share experiences between users.  On May 18-19, 2017, LOGE will host it’s very first user conference in Sweden. Are you interested of sharing your experience of working with LOGEsoft?  We are excited to hear your story, please contact us at to reserve your spot.




New release: LOGEengine 3.0

Through the use of tabulated chemistry LOGEengine 3.0 reaches real time simulation times, making it a natural choice for the engine design and prototyping process. Customer feedback and research has spearheaded the improvements incorporated into the new version of LOGEengine 3.0. At the foundation lies a tabulated chemistry approach which is both disk space efficient and computationally state-of-the-art. This allows you to consider detailed chemistry effects at no additional computational cost as well as to inlcude LOGEengine 3.0 in hardware-in-the-looop simulations.

In addition, Turbulence Chemistry Interaction (TCI) has been improved by introducting k/epsilon based modelling, allowing advanced investigation such as:

a. Analyze the influence of Swirl levels in the cylinder with high fidelity.

b. Analyze influence of multiple injection strategies with high accuracy.

c. Study advanced combustion modes such as RCCI, PCCI and PPC.

Please contact your local LOGE sales representative for further information, or email us at contact(at)

SMARTCATs General Meeting in Lisbon

On November 14-16, LOGE participated at SMARTCATs Second General Meeting and Second Workshop in Lisbon, Portugal. Approximately 60 participants from Europe gathered to address the basic aspects and applied issues of research on Smart Energy Carriers chemistry and technologies.

Click here to download the book of abstracts from the meeting.

Participation Announcement

We are pleased to announce that our sister company, LOGE GmbH, has been selected for participation in the EU grant program ProFIT Brandenburg. The European Development Fund for Regional Development supports SMEs in innovative research and development projects. LOGE’s focus within this project is the development of a software tool for vehicle exhaust after treatment investigation; the new simulation tool will be able to describe and optimize the physical and chemical processes in exhaust after treatment devices, including catalyst ageing.

LOGE’s continuous participation in European research projects is a testament to the hard work and high level of knowledge within our research team, and in line with our strategy to develop software tools that enable our customers to be sustainable and cost efficient.