Photos from the COMSOL Conference 2014 Bangalore

Nandita Roche December 22, 2014

The COMSOL Conference made its annual stop in Bangalore a few weeks ago. Engineers and academics from across the country gathered to participate in the exciting two-day event. Here are some photos from the COMSOL Conference 2014 Bangalore.

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Deepa Krishna December 19, 2014

The COMSOL Conference 2014 Bangalore brought together many users from various parts of the world, giving them the opportunity to present their work and ideas, network, and socialize. All of the posters and presentations presented at the conference were fantastic and truly deserving of recognition. The program committee was faced with difficult decisions in selecting the best papers and posters from each category. Here are this year’s winners.

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Bridget Cunningham December 4, 2014

Attendees at the COMSOL Conference 2014 Boston had the opportunity to hear keynote speeches from COMSOL Multiphysics® simulation software users Oak Ridge National Laboratory and WiTricity. Both engaging and highly informative, these presentations offered an interesting mix of notable multiphysics applications.

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Pär Persson Mattsson November 13, 2014

The first computer I used was a real performance beast. Equipped with Intel’s 486 clocking in at 66 MHz, this machine was ready to take on whatever challenges the future would bring us. Or so I thought. The CPU clock speeds increased and soon passed 500 MHz, 1 GHz, and continued upwards. Around 2005, the top speed of the high-end processors settled around 4 GHz and hasn’t increased much since then. Why is that? I’ll explain.

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Nikola Strah November 12, 2014

How the Sun, solar system, and planet Earth formed and how life began are fundamental science questions that still remain unanswered. Today, we may be one step closer to answering these questions, because the spacecraft Philae, which is aboard the Rosetta, is in the process of landing on a comet for the first time ever. I was able to interview two of the scientists involved in this project to gain insight into how Rosetta’s mission may answer these very questions.

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Fanny Griesmer October 31, 2014

It’s here. We have now released the latest version of COMSOL Multiphysics® simulation software — version 5.0 — and it’s revolutionary. Why? You will now be able to turn your COMSOL Multiphysics models into apps and share them with your colleagues and customers. We are also releasing three new add-on products and numerous updates to existing products. Here’s a quick run-down of the release news.

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Lauren Sansone October 23, 2014

The 10th annual COMSOL Conference Boston recently wrapped — and it was a huge success. The event brought together 300 engineers, researchers, and scientists from around the globe to hear the latest advancements in multiphysics simulation, including the much anticipated upcoming release of COMSOL Multiphysics 5.0.

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Fanny Griesmer October 14, 2014

Today, many are celebrating Ada Lovelace Day around the world. This day is not a public holiday, but a day to honor women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).

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Bridget Cunningham October 13, 2014

Over the years, the size and cost of 3D printers have decreased, offering new uses for this growing technology. In response to this development, more and more teachers have begun to utilize these devices within their classrooms, helping students learn in a hands-on way.

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Bridget Cunningham October 10, 2014

Since 1901, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has recognized significant contributions to the field of physics with a Nobel Prize award. This year’s Nobel Prize in physics was presented to a team of scientists from Japan and the U.S., recognizing their work in developing blue light emitting diodes (LEDs). Let’s take a closer look at the innovative research behind this lighting technology.

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Walter Frei October 7, 2014

People are always asking how the performance of COMSOL Multiphysics® simulation software will improve on a parallel system, especially now that large multi-core desktop computers are relatively inexpensive and it’s easy to rent time on cloud services like the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud™. It turns out, though, that it’s not always possible to get faster performance just by throwing more hardware at the problem. To understand why, let’s take a conceptual look at computers and the algorithms COMSOL® software uses.

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