Tycho van Noorden | October 31, 2013
The COMSOL Conference 2013 Rotterdam came to an end last Friday. After dinner on the second day, six contributions were awarded for their outstanding work: three in the Best Paper category and three in the Best Poster category. The moderator of the awards ceremony — Belgian engineer, stand-up comedian, and COMSOL user — Filip Van den Abeele compared COMSOL Multiphysics to a Swiss Army Knife. After looking at the diversity of subjects that is displayed in the award winning papers […]
Nandita Roche | October 30, 2013
This year, over 260 multiphysics enthusiasts joined us for the COMSOL Conference 2013 Bangalore. While we did see some familiar faces, it was exciting to see plenty of new users at the event. We were able to capture some of the good moments on camera, and would like to share a selection of the photos with you here on the blog.
Nandita Roche | October 23, 2013
Fanny Littmarck | October 16, 2013
The COMSOL Conference 2013 Boston finished up on Friday last week. There were lots of excellent posters and user presentations, and some enriching conversations during the coffee breaks. On Thursday, our three keynote speakers took to the stage and treated us to each of their multiphysics simulation stories. Here’s a round-up of who presented and what they shared with the audience.
Phil Kinnane | September 9, 2013
Now is the time to start planning your visit to Boston for the COMSOL Conference 2013. If you would like to plan ahead in terms of which presentations to attend, you’ll be happy to hear that the abstracts for the Boston location are now being posted to the COMSOL Conference website. These will soon be followed by the abstracts for the Bangalore and Rotterdam user presentations as well.
Walter Frei | August 23, 2013
Prajakta Sabnis | October 25, 2013
After having excellent poster and oral presentation sessions at the COMSOL Conference 2013 Bangalore, winners for the top papers and posters were announced during the award ceremony. Selecting the best ones was indeed the toughest decision that the Program Committee had to make. It was observed that the presenters had conducted rigorous analyses using COMSOL Multiphysics, and many of them also had experimental validation for their work. Now I would like to congratulate the winners once more, and allow you […]
Lauren Sansone | October 18, 2013
Thank you to everyone who came out to the COMSOL Conference 2013 Boston for making this year’s event superb as ever. Each year, it is great to see so many familiar faces and meet many new people. I would like to share some photos with you from the conference, here on the blog. Can you find yourself in any of the pictures?
Phil Kinnane | October 14, 2013
On Thursday evening of the COMSOL Conference 2013 Boston, winners of the top papers and posters were presented with their awards. Reading through their papers and posters, I noticed a common theme: they all included experimental validation of their simulation results. While modeling provides crucial insight and understanding, as well as the opportunity to design and optimize your applications and processes, its credibility often depends on whether results test well against known results. The award winners at the multiphysics conference […]
Nandita Roche | September 2, 2013
Bernt Nilsson | August 19, 2013
Structural corrosion modeling has long been considered a tough problem to solve. The combination of coupled physics effects and metal shape change pose quite a computational challenge. Fortunately, engineers have found that multiphysics software brings a solution. A great example of this is coming up at the COMSOL Conference 2013 Boston this fall, when Dr. Siddiq Qidwai from the Naval Research Laboratory will take the stage and let us in on how to properly model structural corrosion.