The programme committee of the conference on multiphysics simulation is inviting engineers and researchers to submit abstracts to the 10th COMSOL Conference to be held in Bangalore on 13 and 14 November 2014. Selected papers, posters, and presentations will be featured at the annual that has been bringing the engineering community together for a decade.

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The conference will aim at advancing cross-discipline and multi-physics simulation by providing attendees with a multitude of hands-on mini-courses, user presentations, and keynote talks from industry leaders. Besides, it will also provide attendees with the chance to interact with the makers of COMSOL Multi-physics.

The conference will focus on application-specific mini-course sessions taught by the company’s specialists covering a wide array of disciplines. Keynote talks from industry leaders and prominent researchers are planned. In addition, there will be an exhibition showcasing products offered by the company’s partners.

Presenting a poster, paper, or both at the conference is a great opportunity for multi-physics users to achieve widespread recognition within a skilled community of engineers and researchers. “COMSOL users who present at the conference will have their work recognised and shared with more than 165,000 people. Engineers and scientists will have a unique chance to present in front of colleagues who are working through similar problems,” says Jinlan Huang, Program Chair for the Boston conference. “Attendees can really benefit from sharing new simulation techniques and innovative design strategies,” he added. Papers and posters presented at the conference will be published on the company’s website.

COMSOL Multi-physics is a software environment for the modeling and simulation of any physics-based system. A particular strength is its ability to account for multi-physics phenomena. Optional modules add discipline-specific tools for acoustics, batteries, fuel cells, chemical engineering, earth science, electro-magnetics, fluid dynamics, heat transfer, MEMS, plasma, and structural analysis. The company was founded in July 1986 in Stockholm, Sweden and has branches around the world.

The company’s mission is to develop easy-to-use software for modeling and simulation of real world multi-physics systems; to assist users in getting the most out of their products; to sustain and reinforce COMSOL’s position as a leading provider and developer of technical computing software and to make their technology the primary tool for engineers, researchers and lecturers in the education and hi-tech product design fields.


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