Photos from the COMSOL Conference 2013 Boston

Lauren Sansone | October 18, 2013

Thank you to everyone who came out to the COMSOL Conference 2013 Boston for making this year’s event superb as ever. Each year, it is great to see so many familiar faces and meet many new people. I would like to share some photos with you from the conference, here on the blog. Can you find yourself in any of the pictures?

COMSOL Conference 2013 Boston Event Photos

The 9th annual COMSOL Conference in Boston attracted over 300 people to the Newton Marriott Boston Hotel for a meeting devoted to multiphysics modeling and simulation. It turned out to be another great event, packed with minicourses and interesting presentations on the different ways all of you are using multiphysics simulation in your work and research. This year we had a record breaking number of presenters at the Conference — 91 oral presentations and 69 posters.

Here you will find a slide show of photos from the many activities that were held throughout, including the various minicourse sessions, user presentations, keynote presentations, the awards dinner, as well as the social events.

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    COMSOL Conference 2013 Boston
    COMSOL Conference 2013 Boston
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    Lars during the COMSOL Keynote
    COMSOL Keynote Speaker: Lars Langemyr
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    COMSOL Keynotes
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    Keynote Talks audience
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    Q&A during the Keynote Talks
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    Keynote Speaker Peter Woytowitz, Lam Research Corporation
    Keynote Speaker: Peter Woytowitz, Lam Research Corporation
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    Keynote Speaker Julie Slaughter, ETREMA Products, Inc.
    Keynote Speaker: Julie Slaughter, ETREMA Products, Inc.
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    Siddiq Qidwai, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
    Keynote Speaker: Siddiq Qidwai, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
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    Thorsten teaches a minicourse
    Minicourses and Tutorials
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    Lorant teaching a minicourse
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    User Presentation presenter
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    Minicourse question
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    Minicourse Close Up
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    Minicourse attendees
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    Minicourse attendees 2
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    Taking notes during a minicourse
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    Minicourse attendees 3
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    Minicourse attendees 4
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    Minicourse attendees 5
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    Submit your vote for Best Poster
    Poster Session
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    Conference Program check
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    Mian during the Poster Session
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    Poster
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    Poster Session
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    Poster Session 2
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    Poster Session 4
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    Poster Session 3
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    Exhibitors at the COMSOL Conference 2013 Boston
    Conference Exhibition
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    Simpleware
    Conference Exhibition: Simpleware
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    Argonne National Lab
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    User Presentation

These photos are a true reminder of how wonderful it is to be able to gather all of us multiphysics enthusiasts year after year. Thank you again for joining us this year at the COMSOL Conference 2013 Boston!

Next year will mark the 10th anniversary of the COMSOL Conference — will you be there? Hope to see you all again in 2014. Until then…

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