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License types for academic use

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Universities and educational organizations have more QuickField licenses and configurations to choose from, than commercial companies. In addition to our regularly priced options, depending on your academic requirements and budget, you may select from 3 types of special academic licenses:

QuickField Student Edition

QuickField Lite Edition

QuickField Professional Edition

2D mesh size limit

255 nodes

about 4000 nodes


3D mesh size limit

4000 nodes

Practical upper limit for the interactive simulation session is about 100 000 nodes. Larger problems may be solved in offline mode.



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License term


per year

per year or permanent

Network licensing availability

single-user only

License permits unlimited number of concurrent QuickField sessions within a campus

Single-user and agreed number of floating network licenses are available

Licensing requirements

no restrictions

Academic only

No restrictions, however, commercial and academic licensing terms are different

All three QuickField Editions - Student, Lite and Professional - share the same user interface, analysis options, documentation and are fully supported by the QuickField Support team.

Budget-minded tutors with ambitious teaching plans may consider their combined use. For example, it may be helpful to have one copy of the Professional Edition for the teacher, a set of Lite Editions installed on campus and also recommend students download the Student Edition on their home computers.

Teachers may request the free evaluation license for QuickField Professional or QuickField lite.

Students who are interested to use QuickField Professional in their research projects may request a short-term non-commercial license in exchange for their examples and presentations.

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