FloDesign Sonics is using MGHPCC to understand the movement of micron-sized particles inside 3D acoustic fields to develop novel filtration tools. Such types of calculations involve solving trajectories of tens of thousands of particles and their effect on the flow field along with particle-particle collisions. Due to the complex nature of such computations, a supercomputer like MGHPCC is an ideal resource. The resulting data helps them understand the physics behind acoustical trapping, clustering, and separation of particles from the bulk fluid and the type of acoustic field and geometry required for a more efficient process. This helps in optimizing their systems and aids product development. Flowdesign was funded to use MGHPCC by a capital grant from the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center.