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Phil Kinnane | August 24, 2012

COMSOL has been running webinars together with our media partners for a few years now. This great technology has allowed us and them to showcase some interesting research and modeling applications, usually focused around multiphysics, and bring it directly to the engineer’s computer screen. Now a new partner has come on board, and we are thrilled to be collaborating with Laser Focus World. To kick this off, we will run a webinar on multiphysics and what it actually is, particularly […]

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Bernt Nilsson | August 23, 2012

It’s been a busy summer for innovators. An all-time high of 950 submissions have been entered into the Create the Future Design Contest with a chance to win a Grand Prize of $20,000, computers, and most importantly, the honor. This is also a great opportunity for contestants to get recognition among their peers — submissions come from a record 65 countries this year.

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Lars Fromme | August 20, 2012

COMSOL is a Gold Sponsor for ECCOMAS 2012, to be held at the University of Vienna, Austria on September 10-14. ECCOMAS 2012 is the 6th European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering with more than 2,000 scientists and engineers attending.

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Fanny Littmarck | August 14, 2012

As an engineer researching and designing new products you really need to consider all aspects of the environment it is going to work within. Most of the time it won’t be enough to examine a single situation the product may encounter, because in nature there is always a combination of physical effects taking place — multiphysics.

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Cinzia Iacovelli | August 13, 2012

Summer months tend to be a quiet period for corporate activities, but not for us. For one, our webinars are seeing a large attendance even during these months. One of our highest attended free webinars recently was one that we held with SAE International on July 31st about Multiphysics Simulation in Vehicle Applications.

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Phil Kinnane | August 10, 2012

Driving to work today I was filled with inspiration due to a radio report of the inspiring moment of the landing of the Curiosity on Mars. The reporter had concentrated on the leader of the rover’s entry, descent and landing engineering team, Adam Steltzner, and the star of the moment. The quote that hit me while I waited at the traffic light was “The thing that engineering and physics gave me was, there’s a right answer.” The guy had said […]

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Mads Herring Jensen | August 9, 2012

COMSOL is going to be a silver sponsor for the Inter-Noise 2012 conference that will be held in New York City on August 19-22. Inter-Noise 2012 will be the 41st International Congress and Exposition on Noise Control Engineering. This event is one of the largest acoustics conferences and covers a variety of topics in acoustics, vibrations, and noise control, including a session on numerical techniques.

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Phil Kinnane | August 6, 2012

Did you hear that the University of Michigan’s team won the American Solar Challenge a couple of weeks ago? Back in January of this year, I blogged about how the University of Michigan team refined their solar car design and now it’s great to see them come in first in the Solar Challenge. They finished the eight-day trip ten hours ahead of the runner-up, Iowa State. This win resonates with us at COMSOL as well actually, because they used COMSOL […]

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Fanny Littmarck | July 20, 2012

The most common type of aortic aneurysms is that which occurs in the abdominal region. When a person experiences an abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA), his or her abdominal aorta is dilated to the extent that its diameter is increased by over 50%. With symptoms lacking a sense of urgency (we’ve all ignored stomach pains before), if left untreated an AAA may rupture — whereon the victim’s life is on the line. An Intra-Luminal Thrombus is typically involved in AAAs, but […]

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Kristen O'Connor | July 5, 2012

This past May we held a brand new series of chemical engineering training courses in Burlington, MA. The series featured our new Electrodeposition and Corrosion courses. These courses were paired up with our Batteries & Fuel Cells and popular 2-Day Intensive Training courses. In short, it was a week-long electrochemical extravaganza. This fall these courses are returning to Burlington.

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Fanny Littmarck | July 3, 2012

We don’t mean to be forward, but we would like to ask you for a favor. Design World, a prominent engineering magazine, is holding a “Leadership in Engineering” contest and is currently taking votes. Winners for each category will be acknowledged in the December issue. COMSOL has been entered for a chance to win the award for the software category — and now we need your vote! Said Leslie Langnau, Managing Editor at Design World magazine, “This is the sixth […]

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