Conference

Phil Kinnane | October 6, 2011

There are some great Keynote presentations being given during the conference. Dawn Bernardi kicks it all off by presenting her work and Ford’s project for greener vehicles. She develops mathematical models that predict system behavior, and her presentation will be specific to lithium-ion batteries.

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Phil Kinnane | October 5, 2011

The conference User Presentation Breakout Sessions are being run between 5:00 and 6:30 pm on Thursday and 1:30 and 3:00 pm on Friday. Each Session will consist of nine parallel topic sessions, so make sure you prepare and choose wisely if you want to be hopping from one to the other.

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Phil Kinnane | October 4, 2011

Hi there, Just looking through the Proceedings CD, I say that there are so many different topics and areas of research that it must be a daunting task to review them all. But through the diligent effort of the Program Chair, Yeswanth, he was able to get twenty experts within different areas to become members of the Program Committee. In fact, almost everyone he asked was willing to participate.

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Phil Kinnane | October 3, 2011

Now it’s done! All finished. And it’s great but the conference is looking even better. One hundred presentations will be presented during eighteen different sessions, and the 56 posters will be up throughout the whole conference. Topics range from the general (Analysis of Microwave Radiation for Heating) to the specific (Calculating and Observing Opto-Mechanically Induced Surface Acoustic Waves in a Silica Whispering Gallery Microresonator). Contributors will be presenting everything from plasmas in Tokamak reactors to frying potato chips. It looks […]

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Phil Kinnane | September 30, 2011

Hi Again, I have just come from a meeting concerning the conference and its poster sessions. Our marketing manager, Lauren, was just dispensing chores. A group of us will have to be there early on Wednesday to get them up, because this time we have done the printing of the posters sent by our attendees.

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Phil Kinnane | September 29, 2011

Hi Everybody, My name is Phil Kinnane and I have just joined the COMSOL Boston office. Even though I’ve been working for COMSOL overseas for over eleven years, I have never actually been to a COMSOL Conference – unbelievable isn’t it. But having arrived here, I’ve been thrown in the deep end, and have been asked to work with it – almost full-time.

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Phil Kinnane | April 13, 2011

Almost every manufacturing process and product design must consider the effect of thermal fluctuations. COMSOL Multiphysics Heat Transfer Module provides a combination of simulation capabilities to model heat transfer via conduction, convection, and radiation, as well as the ability to couple these to other physics. Design engineers face a number of these problems when enhancing and developing new products.

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Phil Kinnane | March 30, 2011

COMSOL can be used to model a wide range of Piezoelectric devices including transducers, actuators, sensors and more. Properties for 23 different piezoelectric materials are built into COMSOL and you can easily extend this material library. The user interface allows eigenfrequency, frequency domain, stationary and time dependent analysis which can be easily coupled to other linear and non-linear materials. It can also be coupled to fluids for modeling Piezo-Fluid interactions and Piezo-Acoustic interactions.

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Phil Kinnane | September 30, 2010

Keynote adds exciting highlight to hundreds of presentations and minicourses at premier event for engineers and scientists using multiphysics analysis.

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Bernt Nilsson | November 9, 2009

BURLINGTON, MA (November 9, 2009) — More than 700 of the world’s top practitioners of multiphysics simulation recently gathered for the fifth annual COMSOL Conference in October. Complementary events were held in Boston and then Milan, Italy. The next stop for the annual world tour of this conference focused on multiphysics modeling and simulation for engineering and scientific research is Bangalore, India, November 13-14, 2009, followed by additional conferences in Shanghai, Beijing, Tokyo, and other locations.

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