The logo should consist of some form of flow made up of rather thin flow lines (preferably starting from top and ending lower right or right into horizontal direction) through some arrangement of square solid objects (they can but don't have to be of same size, any suitable amount of square-ish objects). The squares should be rather close to resemble some bulk structure that they belong to (it can look like the structure dissolves partially, i.e. some squares may be smaller or be slightly further away).
The logo can have some 3D vibe but should not look rendered or too shiny (see attachments). The flow can have a color gradient. In general the logo can also play with the idea of representing complex shapes with simplified objects (we work with 3D numerical simulations): See also the "Bird" and the "E" logo that we choose from 99designs examples.
We prefer the logo to be rather detailed, i.e. it should consist of smaller details, as for example the "Carrier", "Elements" or "Herritage Plaster" logo.
The background should be white.
The logo art should be easy separable from the name to be used independently as well (i.e. the focus of the logo should be on what we offer, not directly involve the company name). In general the logo should transport a rather scientific, rigorous, or professional vibe (though it should have degree of "turbulence", i.e. non-symetric elements). In essence: We work in a very exact, mathematical work environment dealing with flow of fluids that represent are rather difficult and non-exact behavior at times.