Events

We are offering free hands-on workshops, seminars and webinars throughout the world that provide attendees with an excellent opportunity to learn more about COMSOL Multiphysics and its application areas. We also offer a variety of training courses to help you improve your simulation work. Whether you are a current COMSOL Multiphysics user or not, our events offer a learning opportunity you don't want to miss.

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July, 2015
Webinar 2 Jul, 2015 Wave Optics Simulations 21:00 EEST
Webinar 7 Jul, 2015 The Basics of COMSOL in 18 Minutes 18:30 EEST
Webinar 9 Jul, 2015 Innovative Tools for Lean Product Design 08:30 EEST
Webinar 9 Jul, 2015 From DXF Files to Touch Device Simulation 21:00 EEST
Webinar 16 Jul, 2015 Multiphysics Flow Simulations 21:00 EEST
Webinar 23 Jul, 2015 MEMS Simulations 21:00 EEST
Webinar 30 Jul, 2015 Multiphysics Simulations with COMSOL 21:00 EEST
August, 2015
Webinar 20 Aug, 2015 Modeling Corrosion and Electrochemical Systems 21:00 EEST
September, 2015
Training Course 8 Sep, 2015 Introduction to COMSOL Multiphysics Stockholm, Sweden
Training Course 9-10 Sep, 2015 COMSOL Multiphysics Advanced Training Stockholm, Sweden
Workshop 17 Sep, 2015 COMSOL 5.1 & Application Builder Workshop Stockholm, Sweden
October, 2015
Training Course 7 Oct, 2015 Introduction to COMSOL Multiphysics Tampere, Finland
This course provides an introduction to the workflow and key features of COMSOL Multiphysics via a combination of hands-on examples, lectures, and guided tutorials. The course will teach you how to efficiently use the graphical user interface to model physics phenomena in a wide variety of application areas.
November, 2015
Training Course 3 Nov, 2015 Introduction to COMSOL Multiphysics Oulu, Finland
This course provides an introduction to the workflow and key features of COMSOL Multiphysics via a combination of hands-on examples, lectures, and guided tutorials. The course will teach you how to efficiently use the graphical user interface to model physics phenomena in a wide variety of application areas.