Phil Kinnane | October 4, 2012
Fanny Littmarck | September 27, 2012
The COMSOL Conference is about to get kick-started with its first stop in Boston next week, and Milan to follow soon thereafter. Now we’re excited to announce a new feature for this year’s conference attendees: a virtual conference guide for smartphones and other web-enabled devices. The full version is yet to be released, but I was able to test-drive the app and will share it with you here on the blog.
Fanny Littmarck | September 20, 2012
Fanny Littmarck | September 6, 2012
Cinzia Iacovelli | August 27, 2012
There are some special events that we particularly care about and put tons of work into here in COMSOL, and these are our annual conferences. The events keep on expanding and this year everything will be even bigger and better! The conference will be held in Boston, MA October 3-5, Milan, Italy October 10-12, and in Bangalore, India November 2-3. We are very excited about the high quality and large volume of abstracts submitted for the COMSOL conference so far.
Fanny Littmarck | August 1, 2012
If you’ve been keeping up with the blog you’ll have noticed our coverage on Toyota’s story on cooling the electronic components of their hybrid cars. This article was featured as a cover story in IEEE Spectrum’s Multiphysics Simulation insert, as well as in COMSOL News. Now we are thrilled to announce that the Principal Scientist at Toyota Research Institute of North America is going to be speaking at the COMSOL Conference in Boston this October.
Fanny Littmarck | September 24, 2012
We are very excited for our upcoming multiphysics conference in Milan this October. We have received many high-quality abstracts for this year’s event and we are happy to see that so many of you have registered to attend. The COMSOL Conference Milan 2012 will be our biggest event so far — and we have you to thank for that.
Fanny Littmarck | September 14, 2012
Located not far away from our Burlington, MA office is the ZINK Imaging Image Science Laboratory. The manager of that lab is a brilliant COMSOL Multiphysics user, Dr. William Vetterling. With over 60 published scientific articles and books, and 30 U.S. patents, Dr. Vetterling truly understands numerical modeling. At the COMSOL Conference in Boston he is going to speak about “The Library of Babel” — and you are not going to want to miss his presentation.
Lauren Sansone | August 30, 2012
It’s finally conference season – my favorite time of year. There is nothing quite like the rush of registrants coming in, the scheduling of minicourses to fulfill each attendee’s request for training, and finalizing the exhibit and poster session floorplan. Except actually attending the conference. Nothing beats that, and here’s why you’re invited to the COMSOL Conference: