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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November, 2014
Webinar 26 Nov, 2014 Introducing COMSOL 5.0 and the Application Builder 06:30 CET
Workshop 27 Nov, 2014 COMSOL 5.0 & Application Builder Workshop Stockholm, Sweden
Workshop 28 Nov, 2014 COMSOL 5.0 & Application Builder Workshop Umeå, Sweden
December, 2014
Webinar 3 Dec, 2014 Simulating Smart Materials with COMSOL Multiphysics 15:00 CET
Webinar 4 Dec, 2014 Ray Optics Simulations with COMSOL Multiphysics 20:00 CET
Webinar 4 Dec, 2014 Ray Optics Simulations with COMSOL Multiphysics (European time) 14:00 CET
Workshop 8 Dec, 2014 IDA Mechanical: Ikke-lineære materialer og multifysik Aalborg, Denmark
Training Course 9-10 Dec, 2014 COMSOL Multiphysics Intensive Training (2 Days) Aarhus, Denmark
Workshop 10 Dec, 2014 COMSOL 5.0 & Application Builder Workshop Lund, Sweden
Webinar 11 Dec, 2014 Introduction to Antenna Simulation with COMSOL 20:00 CET
Conference 16-18 Dec, 2014 SAPEM 2014 - Symposium on the Acoustics of Poro-Elastic Materials Sweden
January, 2015
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.
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.