Lauren Sansone | March 23, 2016
Ready, set, simulate! If you are looking to improve your multiphysics simulation skills, are new to COMSOL Multiphysics and want to advance fast, or want to get inspired by other innovators, then this all-encompassing event is for you. Join us and thousands of other engineers and scientists for the COMSOL Conference 2016 and bring your modeling and product development knowledge to the next level. Read on for more details.
Deepa Krishna | November 30, 2015
Just a few weeks ago, the COMSOL Conference — the premier event for multiphysics simulation — made a stop in Pune, India. Around 270 attendees gathered for the two-day conference, which included more than 25 training courses, along with user presentations, industry talks, and panel discussions. Take a look at this collection of photos from the event.
Nandita Roche | November 17, 2015
For the first time, the COMSOL Conference made a stop in Pune for a two-day simulation event. Attendees came from all over India to present work in a wide range of applications. The conference saw over 100 user presentations in the form of posters and oral sessions. Let’s review the award-winning papers and posters from the COMSOL Conference 2015 Pune.
Emilie Le Douaron | October 29, 2015
The COMSOL Conference recently made its second stop in Grenoble, France. The three-day event brought together more than 300 engineers, researchers, and scientists, giving attendees the opportunity to advance their simulation skills and network with other users and COMSOL staff. We would like to thank everyone who came to the conference, as it was a great success. Here’s a look at some of the photos from the event.
Caty Fairclough | October 26, 2015
The COMSOL Conference 2015 Boston brought together simulation engineers for three days of hands-on training, user presentations, industry talks, and more. We’d like to share some photos from the event with you — and if you were there, check out the slideshow below to see if you are in any of the pictures.
Walter Frei | June 2, 2015
The COMSOL Conference is a great way for those in the simulation community to learn about COMSOL Multiphysics® software and its family of products. This year’s multiphysics simulation event will feature a variety of new learning opportunities for conference attendees. See what’s on the schedule for the COMSOL Conference 2015 at its first two stops — Boston and Grenoble.
Bridget Cunningham | November 24, 2015
At the COMSOL Conference 2015 Grenoble, attendees had the opportunity to learn about a variety of innovative research involving COMSOL Multiphysics. During the industry talks, keynote speakers from four companies — ArcelorMittal Global R&D, ABB, B&C Speakers, and CHLOE — took the stage to share their stories. Take a closer look at this interesting mix of multiphysics applications.
Frederic Bernard | November 10, 2015
The COMSOL Conference 2015 Grenoble was a great opportunity for attendees to receive training, network, and learn more about the many applications of COMSOL Multiphysics. The papers and posters presented at this year’s conference covered a wide range of topics and industries, each demonstrating the power of simulation in advancing innovative research. Let’s learn a bit more about the Best Paper and Best Poster award winners.
Bridget Cunningham | October 28, 2015
The first stop of the COMSOL Conference 2015 in Boston featured industry talks by speakers from three companies: GrafTech Innovation and Technology Center, Huawei Canada Research Centre, and AltaSim Technologies. These keynote speeches offered a look at some of the innovative uses of COMSOL Multiphysics, including the Application Builder.
Caty Fairclough | October 15, 2015
On the last day of the COMSOL Conference 2015 Boston, attendees gathered together to celebrate the recipients of the Best Paper and Poster awards. The awards were given to winners with projects covering many different subject areas, ranging from food science and electronic devices to plasma research and IED detection. Here, we’ll share more information about their innovative work.