january 2022

Main Office
Exeter Science Park
Clyst Honiton, United Kingdom


MaxLLG is a high-performance 3D electromagnetic (EM) analysis software for designing, analyzing and optimizing nonlinear magnetic components and metamaterial systems.
MaxLLG helps companies and researchers to solve the unsolvable. It offers low-cost, multiphysics bundles with its industry-leading software, to take the research work to the next level. Knowledge and research experience with MaxLLG simulation tools makes the results more attractive to leading employers, helping to achieve greater success.
MaxLLG research products are designed with researchers in mind. Product bundles are packaged by application area to support researchers needs and include high performance computing (HPC), with the ability to add more. Universities can benefit from our cloud-based campus-wide solutions built for larger scale deployment, addressing both teaching and research needs across departments. Our tutorial examples, videos and courses make it easy to learn how to use MaxLLG simulation and associated tools.

Robin Sutton – CEO – is a graduate Chartered Accountant with over 30 years’ of business experience. Robin has led new organisations in the photonics, engineering and healthcare industries, with a particular focus on the commercialisation of innovative ideas in partnership with Universities.
Feodor Ogrin – CSO – is an Associate Professor at the School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Exeter. He has more than 20 years of research experience in magnetism and magnetic materials covering a wide range of sample fabrication, magnetic characterisation and modelling techniques.
Conor McKeever – CTO – iis a senior R&D engineer in computational electromagnetics. He has a bachelor’s degree in Theoretical Physics from Trinity College Dublin and a PhD in Physics/Engineering from Exeter University.
Ian Wellaway is a Computer Programmer with over 20 years’ experience in the IT industry having worked initially in the private sector before moving into higher education. He is a full-stack developer involved in the full project life cycle with skills including web design and development.
Sam Morrel received his PhD in astrophysics from the University of Exeter in 2020, has taught undergraduate modules in Practical Physics and Scientific Programming in C. Within MaxLLG, Sam leads the development and maintenance of our cloud and high-performance computing (HPC) products.

MaxLLG Ltd. provides access to its cloud services (Microsoft Azure Data centre), where it operates MaxLLG software in supercomputer regime with capabilities of scaling the computational capabilities to multicore environment. As well as the cloud service, MaxLLG has a number of computational servers, utilizing electromagnetic numerical modelling for local users and MaxLLG customers

Past and running projects
MaxLLG is currently involved several European consortia, including CERTAIN, DISETCOM, TERASSE, in which MaxLLG software is being used to explore a range of high frequency meta and composite materials

Cassino, Italy – The host organization is the Department of Electrical and Information Engineering, DIEI … | more

Exeter, United Kingdom – The host organization is the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences (CEMPS) … | more

Tel Aviv, Israel – The host organization is is the School of Electrical Engineering | more

Manila, Philippines – The host organization is is the College of Science Physics | more

UNEF Joensuu, Finland – The host organization is the Institute of Photonics | more… | more

Khalifa University is an internationally top-ranked research-intensive university | more

Nanesa is an Innovative SME involved in the production of Graphene-based nanomaterials | more

A challenging frontier in electronics and electromagnetics is the Terahertz technology … | more