December 25, 2017
September 30th, 2017
September 26th, 2017
September 1st, 2017
After a busy summer, a busy fall is shaping up.
The Boulder Course and the Moon came and went, both precisely as planned. Thanks for the astronomers and the participants, successful 2 minutes for the eclipse and 2 days for Dynamita. We'll be announcing the next one shortly.
Find us on this page and the dance floor! http://www.jammin4water.org. See you in Chicago during WEFTEC, drop a note if you're interested to know where Sumo is heading.
In November Imre will be visiting Australia and will be pleased to show how new modelling technology works in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth. See you there.
May 22, 2017
See you in Boulder, CO, August 21-22 where we unleash the full power of Sumo.
We'll be stopping before lunch for a spectacular event: here
April 05, 2017
March 22, 2017
Dynamita is pleased to announce that in support of the World Water Day, dedicated this year to "wastewater" (for those who are not familiar with this term, it is pre-owned water)
we are providing 10 perpetual free copies of Sumo to universities in Africa to further the understanding of clean water technologies. Knowledge is power. If you're a university in Africa, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to claim your free copy while supplies last.
March 15, 2017
Dynamita is happy to announce the release of Sumo16. Take it for a spin!
Sumo has been around for a few years - we worked hard to finalize this new version for our many existing and future users.
Thank you for your support and as always, we're here to help at email@example.com
March 01 2017
It is our pleasure to announce that Daniel Bencsik, an experienced modelling engineer accepted to join and further strengthen the Dynamita team. Sumo is standing now on ten pairs of rock solid feet :-) Welcome Daniel!
February 27 2017
February 7 2017
Prof. Love: Love the updated interface Imre. Students diving in quickly. Thanks!
Prof. Daigger: Even more than the students, an old fart like me was able to use it right away (nb. with permission)
October 8 2016
October 7 2016
Dynamita will be present with the new Sumo© wastewater process modelling package and energy presentation in Brisbane. Look for Imre (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more info.
September 9 2016
When we mean fast, we mean very fast - here is a one year fully dynamic simulation of James River, a complex biofilm plant with DO control and film thickness changes and if you click on the figure, you'll see the time it took on a Surface Book to run.
April 9 2016
It is our pleasure to report that Sumo felt well-loved and featured very prominently in Annecy, at WWTmod2016. Thanks all for the interest!
April 9 2016
November 26, 2015
Dynamita will hold a modelling course using the newly released Sumo simulator directly after the WWTmod 2016 seminar in early April in Southern France. Join us to keep up with and learn
November 25, 2015
WWTmod is coming close to home. Dynamita is happy to sponsor WWTmod 2016, in beautiful Annecy, France. https://wwtmod2016.irstea.fr/ Hope to see you all there! Immediately after the seminar we will offer a two day Sumo training course. Make the best of your visit to France and join us. Attendance is limited because this is a hands-on, interactive course.
November 20, 2015
Dynamita is pleased to announce that Tanush Wadhawan and Hélène Hauduc has joined our team.
The whole team (Imre, Bernhard, Robert, Zsolt, Erika and Csaba) welcome Tanush and Hélène to the team.
September 3, 2015
September 5, 2013
Dynamita is happy to become a silver sponsor of WWTMod 2014, in Spa, Belgium http://www.biomath.ugent.be/WWTmod2014 See you all there!
September 2, 2013
Robert and Imre: I was able to run SUMO and in fact I did my first simulations. And, yes, within about an hour I am now able to do implement and run models on my own. This is excellent! So far, I very much like what I see! Best, Eberhard.
Imre Takacs < email@example.com >
to Eberhard, Róbert
Yaaay! Thanks Eberhard.
Sent from my HTC
May 5, 2013
Dynamita’s main experience is in treatment of municipal and industrial wastewater in order for safe disposal into the environment. But we believe that the way ahead is energy and valuable material recovery and production(!), i.e. wastewater as a resource, and that this makes a lot of sense as the new vision in the 21st century. Surprise, surprise – there are other companies working towards the same goal. We’re pleased to find a strategic partner in Biopolus (http://www.biopolus.org/news), an innovative enterprise led by an outstanding thinker, István Kenyeres. We’re looking forward to this exciting cooperation with Biopolus.
May 1, 2013
Dynamita is happy to announce that in order to provide a wider range of services, we formed a strategic partnership with inCTRL, Canada, well-known specialists in instrumentation, monitoring and control. Dynamita and inCTRL will join forces in projects were Dynamita’s process model expertise and inCTRL’s instrumentation and control background will lead to the best model driven solutions for enhancing the control capabilities and ultimately the performance of utilities at the best possible cost/benefit ratio. See http://www.inctrl.ca/team.
January 13, 2013
[1/13/2013 7:56:45 PM] Bruce Johnson: boy imre… pretty slow… 9 seconds a day for a fully dynamic feed and 72 bioreactors split into 4 parallel trains. Can’t you do any better than that? :O
[1/13/2013 8:00:21 PM] Imre Takacs: give me heart attacks!
[1/13/2013 8:00:35 PM] Bruce Johnson: LOL!!!!
[1/13/2013 8:00:49 PM] Bruce Johnson: very sweet imre
[1/13/2013 8:02:05 PM] Imre Takacs: great. I am going to relay this to the guys because they heard so much about speed from me, they are totally fed up
[1/13/2013 8:04:01 PM] Bruce Johnson: please do! this is absolutely incredible how quick it is.
The model has 105 state variables including DO modelling.
Imre is now a UNESCO ambassador for the HOPE project – promoting open-source engineering software for Africa and thus improving knowledge transfer from countries with more experience. Information on the HOPE project can be found here