Trevor Munroe started working at Naval Nuclear Laboratory (NNL) in 1981. He graduated from City College of New York with a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering and from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with a master's degree in mechanical engineering. Trevor began his career in system performance analysis but then moved on to new challenges in the nascent field of computational fluid dynamics (CFD), where he worked with in-house and many different commercial CFD codes. He currently works in research and development groups, where he is involved in numerous projects. Trevor has experience in studying and analyzing devices such as heat pipes, thermosiphons, electromagnetic devices, compressors, Stirling engines, and thermoacoustics. Trevor’s experiences led him to appreciate the world of multiphysics. His earliest endeavor into the field of multiphysics involved the arduous task of linking a CFD code with a finite element analysis (FEA) code via a third-party code. He realized the limitations of using a separate code for each physics and soon after transitioned to COMSOL® version 3.4. Trevor has been using COMSOL Multiphysics® for the past decade and has since performed many simulations using COMSOL® software products such as the AC/DC, RF, CFD, Heat Transfer, Chemical Reaction Engineering, Structural Mechanics, Acoustics, Optimization, and Particle Tracing modules. Trevor likes to expand his technical knowledge through websites such as MIT OpenCourseWare and NPTEL.