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Bernt Nilsson | July 26, 2013

Julie Slaughter and her team at ETREMA Products are in the enviable position as the sole U.S. provider of the smart material Terfenol-D, and developer of products based on this material. Terfenol-D is said to produce giant magnetostriction that boasts strains 100 times higher than traditional magnetostrictive materials, such as iron. Just imagine the possibilities of applications harnessing this amazing material property. If you’re attending the COMSOL Conference in Boston this October, you will hear ETREMA talk about transducer design […]

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Kristen O'Connor | July 24, 2013

The COMSOL Conference makes three major stops across the globe annually in the United States, Europe, and India. The exact locations within these geographical areas are not chosen at random; they are top-traveled cities with lots to see and do while you’re there. While the main focus of the event is (of course) to bring together multiphysics enthusiasts, we want to help make the most out of your visit as a whole. Here is your guide to the three major […]

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Lauren Sansone | July 17, 2013

If you want to get a sense of what the COMSOL Conference is all about before the event takes place this year, you can. We’ve gathered highlights from the COMSOL Conference 2012 so you can hear what last year’s attendees said about the event, what the keynote speakers talked about, who won Best Paper and Best Poster, and more.

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Gerard Hegemans | July 4, 2013

Philips Research Laboratories, located in Eindhoven, is often considered to be an incubator of ideas. The prestigious institute has traditionally been the core of all new product developments at Philips, and many of their forefront discoveries were made here. In October, Senior Scientist Alwin Verschueren of Philips Research Laboratories will hold a keynote talk on pulmonary drug delivery at the COMSOL Conference Rotterdam 2013.

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Gerard Hegemans | July 1, 2013

My colleagues have been talking about the upcoming user’s conference in relation to attending and presenting. Now I would like to draw your attention to another aspect of it: your opportunity to exhibit at the multiphysics event of the year. The exhibition and poster areas are the focal points of the event, buzzing with activity and networking opportunities. As a sponsor, your exhibition booth will be right in the middle of it all. If you’re hoping to meet prospects and […]

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Valerio Marra | June 19, 2013

Deadlines always approach faster than expected, and the early bird abstract submission for the COMSOL Conference 2013 is no exception. This is why I have put together a simple abstract submission guide to help you through the submission process. Submitting your abstract by the early bird deadline not only means saving on your registration fee (something your boss and budget are sure to appreciate), but it also gives you the possibility to interact with your Program Chair and the Program […]

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Tycho van Noorden | June 4, 2013

I have attended many conferences during my career, but until this year I have never been on the organizing side of the equation. Admittedly, I’m enjoying my new role as Program Chair immensely. With the help of my colleagues from all of the European COMSOL offices, I’ve put together the program committee for the COMSOL Conference Rotterdam 2013. Now it’s time for you to find out who they are.

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Prajakta Sabnis | May 29, 2013

The program committee for the COMSOL Conference Bangalore 2013 has now been established. Exciting times are ahead of us, and personally, I cannot wait to work closely with these experts from industry and academic fields, as part of the user’s conference in Bangalore.

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Jinlan Huang | May 21, 2013

Each year, a program committee is formed about six months prior to the conference day. This is always a sign to me that a brand new conference season has formally started. Working with the program committee has been one of the most inspiring and joyful parts of my involvement with the user’s conference, and I certainly feel the same way about the program committee for the COMSOL Conference Boston 2013.

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Nandita Roche | May 13, 2013

If you are following this space, you have probably heard us talk about the upcoming users’ conference. Some of you might still be unsure of what this event is all about and what it can offer you, so we’ve put together a “Top 5″ list of reasons why you should attend the COMSOL Conference 2013. The conference has a wide and varied range of offerings. Unlike a lot of conferences out there, you don’t have to present a paper to […]

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Lauren Sansone | April 17, 2013

If you’re the type of person who appreciates structure and ease-of-use, then as a COMSOL Conference 2013 registrant you will love the My Conference tool. This year we have revamped the system to let you quickly customize your conference program. Now you have the opportunity to add and edit your conference minicourse program whenever you prefer. We have also improved the functionality for presenters to edit and upload their abstracts and papers or posters, as well as get updates on […]

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