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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January, 2015
Webinar 15 Jan, 2015 Heat Transfer in Solid and Fluids 20:00 CET
Webinar 22 Jan, 2015 Particle Tracing Simulations with COMSOL Multiphysics 20:00 CET
Training Course 27 Jan, 2015 Introduction to COMSOL Multiphsics Stockholm, Sweden
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.
Webinar 28 Jan, 2015 Introduction to COMSOL 5.0 and the Application Builder 15:00 CET
Workshop 29 Jan, 2015 COMSOL 5.0 & Application Builder Workshop Göteborg, Sweden
Webinar 29 Jan, 2015 Chemical Reaction Engineering Modeling with COMSOL 20:00 CET
February, 2015
Training Course 3 Feb, 2015 Introduction to Application Builder Stockholm, Sweden
Training Course 4-5 Feb, 2015 COMSOL Multiphysics Advanced Training Stockholm, Sweden
This course is aimed at experienced users who would like to learn more about the advanced features of the software. The course covers moving meshes, equation-based modelling, optimisation, and selecting and manually configuring solvers.
Workshop 10 Feb, 2015 COMSOL 5.0 & Application Builder Workshop Lund, Sweden
Workshop 12 Feb, 2015 COMSOL 5.0 & Application Builder Workshop Stockholm, Sweden
Webinar 18 Feb, 2015 Ray Optics Simulations with COMSOL Multiphysics 15:00 CET
Webinar 25 Feb, 2015 How to Build and Run COMSOL Simulation Apps 15:00 CET
March, 2015
Webinar 18 Mar, 2015 Transformers and Inductors with COMSOL Multiphysics 15:00 CET