Comsol Hits The Road With Worldwide Simulation Tour

Feb. 19, 2018
Comsol Days brings together engineers and scientists for a day of mini-courses and talks on multiphysics modeling and simulation apps.

Comsul announces the Comsol Days 2018 worldwide tour and schedule of events. Comsol Days feature a full day program of technical presentations and breakout sessions focusing on major application areas of multiphysics simulation. Comsul Days are free events that invite engineers and researchers to connect with Comsol software users, listen to speakers and meet with Comsol technical staff. The events begin with an overview of Comsol Multiphysics software and how apps can be used to spread simulation throughout an organization. The program offers different tracks and learning opportunities for new and experienced simulation users on a variety of topics and disciplines. Attendees at a Comsol Day event will learn how to use simulation to boost productivity and optimize design and research methods, according to the company.

“Comsol Days is an investment we make into building the user community,” says Jeff Hiller, vice president of sales, Comsol, Inc. “We are able to bring together technical specialists within our organization and partner them with current and prospective customers across the globe. Here they get to share best practices in multiphysics simulation and app development and deployment.”

The Comsol Days tour stops include:

• Paris, France, March 6

• Edinburgh, U.K., March 8

• Grenoble, France, March 13

• Bethesda, MD, U.S., April 5

• Munich, Germany, April 12

• Stockholm, Sweden, April 12

• Houston, TX, U.S., April 19

• Montreal, Quebec, May 2

• Brescia, Italy, May 9

• Detroit, MI, U.S., May 10

• San Jose, CA, U.S., May 16

• Orange County, CA, U.S., May 17

• Goteborg, Sweden, May 22

• Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, May 24

• Gottingen, Germany, May 29

• Rome, Italy, June 5

• Stuttgart, Germany, June 14

• Columbus, OH, U.S., June 21

• Lund, Sweden, September 25

• Boston, MA, U.S., TBD

• Eindhoven, Netherlands, TBD

• Saint Petersburg, Russia, TBD

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