Keynotes from Industry and Academia show COMSOL’s Versatility

Phil Kinnane October 21, 2011
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The Stuttgart Conference includes Keynote Speakers from the US, Germany, the UK, and the Netherlands.

Having seen Svante Littmarck present at the Boston Conference, I can say that this will be a very interesting presentation for all attendees. The new products, the Particle Tracing Module and LiveLink for Creo Parametric, will be demonstrated, and a number of the major new features in 4.2a will be summarized.

Jos van Schijndel from the Eindhoven University of Technology has been a user of COMSOL Multiphysics almost since the beginning. Looking at “Computational Building Physics”, his Keynote presentation will also elucidate how COMSOL Multiphysics is used research, education and in practice.

Microvisk Technologies are developing Point of Care and Patient Self-Test systems for the monitoring of blood coagulation. This new technology is being presented by Vladislav Djakov. Preview is presented in the picture below.


Alexander Frej from Siemens AG will be presenting “Design and Development of Microsystems within a Corporate Research Environment”. As Siemens is such a large company, I imagine there could be quite a lot of applications being presented within MEMS and ASIC.

“Modelling Degradation Phenomena in PEM Fuel Cells using COMSOL Multiphysics” is the title of Jan Ohs’ presentation. He works at the Robert Bosch Company, at the forefront of research within energy storage and conversion. This Keynote presentation promises to be very interesting.



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