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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 […]

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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.

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Nandita Roche | September 2, 2013

Every year, we aim to make the COMSOL Conference a unique experience for our attendees, and we try to make each one better than before. This year, we are bringing a panel discussion to the COMSOL Conference Bangalore.

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Walter Frei | August 23, 2013

The COMSOL Conference 2013 will be a great opportunity for you to learn about the use of the COMSOL Multiphysics® family of products. Today, I’ll talk a little bit about the various minicourses, how they fit together, and how you can decide which minicourses to attend.

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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.

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Vineet Dravid | August 15, 2013

The COMSOL Conference 2013 Bangalore is just two months away, and as always, it promises to be an activity-filled affair, with over a hundred user presentations, twenty plus minicourses, and four very interesting keynote talks. This is our 9th annual COMSOL Conference, and the keynotes represent the diverse spectrum of COMSOL users in India. Here is a sneak peek into this year’s keynote talks.

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Lauren Sansone | August 13, 2013

If your colleagues are interested in joining you for the COMSOL Conference 2013, you might want to consider the Group Discount. Discounted rates are available at each of the three COMSOL Conference locations — Boston, Bangalore, and Rotterdam. This way, you and your colleagues can get all the training you need in one place, at the fraction of the fee as compared to registering one-by-one.

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Bernt Nilsson | August 5, 2013

We have come to take for granted the ever-increasing performance gains in computational power. Enabled by advances in semiconductor processing techniques, we reap the benefits from exciting new features in everything from smartphones to workstations. The good news for all of us is that the semiconductor industry is steaming ahead, relentlessly pushing the limits of wafer fabrication. Each year, a new generation of sophisticated fabrication equipment is developed. Features etched on silicon are now at the atomic scale. In the […]

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Gerard Hegemans | July 30, 2013

In 1898, Carl Miele and Reinhard Zinkann founded the Miele company. Since then, it has grown into one of the world’s foremost producers of household appliances, including washing machines and cooking devices for both domestic and professional use. Miele has created a joint research laboratory, mieletec, with the University of Applied Sciences in Bielefeld, Germany. There, the foundations are being laid for the next generation of resource and energy efficient household appliances. This October, you have the chance to hear […]

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Bernt Nilsson | July 26, 2013

Julie Slaughter and her team at ETREMA Products are in the enviable position as the sole U.S. provider of the smart material Terfenol-D, and developer of products based on this material. Terfenol-D is said to produce giant magnetostriction that boasts strains 100 times higher than traditional magnetostrictive materials, such as iron. Just imagine the possibilities of applications harnessing this amazing material property. If you’re attending the COMSOL Conference in Boston this October, you will hear ETREMA talk about transducer design […]

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Kristen O'Connor | July 24, 2013

The COMSOL Conference makes three major stops across the globe annually in the United States, Europe, and India. The exact locations within these geographical areas are not chosen at random; they are top-traveled cities with lots to see and do while you’re there. While the main focus of the event is (of course) to bring together multiphysics enthusiasts, we want to help make the most out of your visit as a whole. Here is your guide to the three major […]

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