Tune into this webinar for a compact overview of the virtual product development of professional audio systems and the latest developments in acoustics multiphysics simulations.
The simulation process at Mvoid, a COMSOL Certified Consultant, allows for a completely virtual design evaluation of professional and consumer audio systems before building any prototype. Multiphysics simulations are an essential element of the concept. CEO Dr. Alfred J. Svobodnik shows how the whole process — from the transducer-level multiphysics model to the auralization of the whole virtual audio system — is realized, and how these virtual systems are used as test beds for innovations.
Mads Herring Jensen, COMSOL's technical product manager for the Acoustics Module, will then provide insight into the latest developments in the COMSOL Multiphysics® software for acoustics applications. Find out where the acoustics simulation journey is going and what new features you can expect in the future.
The speakers will answer your questions directly after the presentation, and all registrants will have access to the webinar recording.
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Mads Herring Jensen joined COMSOL in 2011 and is the technical product manager for the Acoustics Module. Before starting at COMSOL, he worked in the hearing aid industry for five years as an acoustic finite element expert. Mads has a PhD in computational fluid dynamics from the Technical University of Denmark.
Dr. Alfred J. Svobodnik, president and CEO of the MVOID-Group, is an entrepreneur, engineer, and technical scientist with more than 25 years of experience in virtual acoustics and sound design. Alfred spent five years at Harman International Inc., holding a number of senior managerial positions in the areas of simulation and virtual acoustics for audio systems. He then became a founding member, executive partner, and CTO of Numerical Analysis and Design in 1990. Alfred completed his doctorate at Vienna University of Technology with a dissertation titled, "Numerical Treatment of Elastic Plastic Macromechanical Behavior of Longfiber Reinforced Metal Matrix Composites."