Call for Papers: COMSOL Conference 2015

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comsolThe 11th annual COMSOL Conference has issued its Call for Papers. As the world’s largest conference on multiphysics simulation, the event takes place Oct. 7-9 in Boston.

The COMSOL Conference is a great opportunity to advance your modeling skills by attending application-specific minicourses taught by COMSOL experts,” says Walter Frei, Applications Team Leader. “Minicourses are now offered as lectures and supplemented by hands-on sessions. This provides the ideal place for asking any questions you might have. Additionally, you can attend any combination of the 30 courses offered that you would like.”

The COMSOL Conference brings together more than 2,000 engineers, researchers, and scientists worldwide, providing them with the chance to showcase their work, share innovative technologies and best practices, as well as the opportunity to interact with the makers of COMSOL Multiphysics. Presenting a poster, paper, or both at the COMSOL Conference is a unique opportunity for COMSOL Multiphysics users to achieve widespread recognition within a skilled community of engineers.

Papers, presentations, and posters from the COMSOL Conference are shared with more than 165,000 engineers worldwide, providing researchers with the opportunity to showcase their work with the global engineering community. The conference focuses on advancing cross-discipline and multiphysics simulation by providing conference attendees with a multitude of hands-on sessions, networking opportunities, keynote talks from industry leaders, and over 700 user presentations.

One of the most exciting things about this year’s COMSOL Conference is that we will be seeing the simulation apps of COMSOL customers presented for the first time,” says Jennifer Segui, Program Chair for the Boston conference. “We are looking forward to learning more about the innovative ways that our customers have benefited from the Application Builder and COMSOL Server.”

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