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Phil Kinnane | January 25, 2013

SolidWorks always puts on a great show. I just got back from SolidWorks World where I was able to go to a number of technical sessions, and understand how CAD design can better complement finite-element analysis. We had a booth there, and it was great to meet a few COMSOL users, who like to use SolidWorks® and COMSOL Multiphysics together via LiveLink™ for SolidWorks®. I also got to meet potential customers-to-be. In typical SolidWorks World fashion, I and the other […]

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Fanny Littmarck | January 23, 2013

The overarching reason why you should attend one of our multiphysics workshops is of course that you get to see COMSOL Multiphysics in action. Thinking that sounded great, albeit a bit lofty, I asked my colleague Lauren Sansone who oversees our corporate events, to spell it out more concretely. Her three reasons why you should attend are as follows: You will receive a 2-week trial of COMSOL Multiphysics software You get to set up and build your own model You […]

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Fanny Littmarck | January 11, 2013

Last week, we gave you one opportunity to meet your New Year’s resolutions for becoming more productive. While in-person Training Courses are ideal for a rich learning experience, we do realize that some of you may not be able to justify the travel and expenses associated with it just yet. If you want to get to know what modeling multiphysics with COMSOL is all about without leaving your desk, we have another option for you: live webinars. We already have […]

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Fanny Littmarck | January 9, 2013

Engineers and scientists are known to step up to the challenges posed by nature. After developing an understanding of how the current object or process works, the next step often includes figuring out how to manipulate the situation to improve said object or process. One such example is cloaking; controlling light and sound waves to render something invisible. Phys.org recently ran a story on progressive research on controlling magnetic fields via cloaking to harvest and transfer energy using a magnetic […]

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Kristen O'Connor | January 4, 2013

Advancing skills and learning to get the most out of modeling work is on the mind of many of our users. With technology moving at an aggressive rate, it’s important to keep up and not fall behind. This is why many long-standing and new COMSOL users are choosing to attend multiphysics training courses. If your New Year’s resolution is to become more productive on the job, you should consider registering for our multiphysics Training Courses.

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Fanny Littmarck | December 24, 2012

We at COMSOL would like to wish all of our blog readers a very happy holiday!

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Bernt Nilsson | December 20, 2012

The 2013-2014 Dahlquist Research Fellowship is now open for applications. The winner of this award is granted full-time research for two years at the Department of Numerical Analysis at The Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm, Sweden.

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Fanny Littmarck | December 17, 2012

Tomorrow, December 18th, we are holding an online tutorial on piezoacoustic optimization. The tutorial will run for about half an hour starting at 12:30pm Pacific Standard Time (PST). If you are already familiar with the piezoacoustic transducer model in the model library, you should tune in for this further-developed version of the model.

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Fanny Littmarck | December 11, 2012

With a suite of simulation software wide enough to cover all application areas in engineering and science, we want to ensure that you find the product combination that fits your unique problem — without sending you on a “wild goose chase”. Our Specification Chart was crafted with you, and your engineering problems, in mind.

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Phil Kinnane | October 25, 2012

AMD has a new architecture for their graphics cards called Graphics Core Next (GCN). Perfect for compute-intensive applications, the new W-series are optimized and guarantee ultimate performance for visualizing and working with geometries and complex models. COMSOL is proud to announce that we now support the new W5000 and W7000 AMD FirePro™ Graphics Cards. This continues the partnership we have with AMD that I highlighted in a previous blog post about AMD FirePro graphics cards.

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Fanny Littmarck | October 1, 2012

Today marks not only the first day of October, but also the release of COMSOL Multiphysics version 4.3a. Four new products and 50+ updates are reason to get excited over this brand new version of COMSOL. Go ahead, find out what’s coming your way in multiphysics modeling.

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