Save the Date - September 17-19, 2014

Interested in attending this year's premier event for multiphysics simulation? The COMSOL Conference 2014 programme is engineered for you:


General introductory sessions and specialized courses help you delve deeper into your areas of interest. This is an opportunity to train with COMSOL experts in a wide variety of topics. Minicourses fill up quickly, so be sure to reserve your seat as soon as possible.

Poster Session

See how your colleagues are using multiphysics simulation in their work at our grand poster session, held throughout the Conference. Cast your vote for the best poster award!


During General Session presentations, world-leading researchers and scientists share their journeys of discovery and progress through precision multiphysics simulation.


The exhibition portion of the COMSOL Conference showcases the many products and services our COMSOL Partners offer to enhance and enrich your modelling needs.

User Presentations

Over one hundred oral and poster presentations using multiphysics applications will be given at the conference. Connect with your colleagues and learn from their experience using COMSOL.

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