Our designs are fully manufacturable using a many standard and experimental techniques.

Thermal and flow topology optimization 

Our virtual engineering software enables advanced topology optimization for thermal design. With it, you can leverage artificial intelligence and generative design to create optimal heat sinks and cold plates that are ready for manufacturing. 

Equip your team with a virtual engineer

Our software is embedded with our virtual engineer, X, enabling
design automation and fast problem solving, using
gradient based optimization and AI.

Generate heat sinks and cold plates that are more
optimal and efficient than those designed
using conventional CAD software,
in a fraction of the time.

We support modern cooling methods

and continue to evolve

Benefit from generative heat sink and cold plate design 

Maximize temperature uniformity and power, minimize thermal resistance and temperature, and more. The flexibility is in your hands.
Fast to market, high thermal performance, effective mass reduction, generative designed heat sinks and cold plates

X is our virtual engineer,
gifted with artificial intelligence.

Heat sink and cold plate examples

In our weekly design series, XWeekly, we showcase the high performance thermal designs created with our software.


  • Christopher Nicastro, Jelle Vanton
  • May 15th, 2019

Artificial intelligence is driving better cooling for critical EV components

The growing adoption of electric vehicles (EV) coupled with commercial demands is spurring the development of more powerful and long-lasting batteries. Between faster charging time, longer range, lower cost, and safety, the evolution of EV batteries is hot – in a both a literal and figurative sense. EV manufacturers must surmount the cooling barrier to achieve their goals, which means finding cooling solutions that account for thermal efficiency, temperature uniformity, size, weight, and cost. Similar cooling needs ring true for e-motors, as more power is making its way into the electric space, fast. In their pursuit, many cooling techniques have been explored, including air cooling, liquid cooling, and phase change materials, with liquid cooling claiming the title as today’s solution of choice for both EV batteries and e-motors as per its performance to weight and size ratio.

  • Christopher Nicastro
  • April 8th, 2019

Diabatix increases computing power with Advania HPCFlow

In the tech world, thermal design has always been a cornerstone for innovation. Today, that innovation has resulted in size conscious products that deliver more, faster, to maintain their competitive edge. This has resulted in more power being packed in today‘s smaller gadgets, which means that they generate more heat than their predecessors did. The increase in heat generation demands more robust and efficient cooling to ensure product reliability and efficiency.

  • Lieven Vervecken
  • April 4th, 2019

Diabatix seeking investors to broaden scope of virtual engineer

The Belgian engineering company, Diabatix, is seeking investors to further develop the engineering design algorithm that powers their artificially intelligent virtual engineer. “We want to expand the current capabilities of the engineering design algorithm to meet the growing demand for virtual engineering. We believe we can really play a pioneering role in this field,” says Diabatix CEO, Lieven Vervecken.

Unleash advanced thermal design.

Founded in 2016, Diabatix is a Belgian company that specializes in advanced thermal design software. Through the potent combination of AI and generative design, our software is capable of designing, analyzing, and optimizing heat sinks and cold plates with extreme speed and efficiency. With a focus on high density cooling, the thermal designs generated from our software are made to cool the high powered tech of today and tomorrow.