Sentient Science, recent winner of the prestigious White House Tibbetts award, specializes in commercial tools and services to help manufacturers and operators of rotating equipment predict and extend their products’ life and performance. By running thousands of computer simulations on the UB CCR’s industrial HPC cluster, Sentient Science is able to rapidly calculate the point in time when critical components of these systems will begin to fail. This information provides Sentient’s customers will unrivaled product maintenance capabilities that can significantly extend the useful life of mission critical equipment.
In addition, Sentient Science collaborates with the University at Buffalo faculty and staff on various research and development projects. These partnerships played an important role in the decision of Sentient Science to move its headquarters to Buffalo, NY. Today, 15 employees call Buffalo, NY home and Sentient Science plans to continue to invest and hire new employees in the area as they grow. The University at Buffalo’s deep talent pool is an excellent resource for Sentient as they continue to hire interns and full-time employees to meet the increased demand for their products and services.