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What else will I find at the COMSOL Conference?

COMSOL partners travel from near and far to showcase their products and services. The exhibition area is a "don't miss" for anyone seeking turn-key solutions to today's design challenges.

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Gold sponsors

Continuum Blue

Continuum Blue is a British based company which helps customers internationally to develop, assess & optimise new innovative technologies & existing products, using advanced multiphysics simulation & analysis methods. Continuum Blue have been COMSOL™ Certified Consultants for over 6 years, & have extensive knowledge & expertise in using COMSOL™. Whether you want to use Continuum Blue as a consultancy service or get them to develop your COMSOL™ multiphysics models, Continuum Blue can help take your analysis needs to the next level. With experience in complex coupled multiphysics, multiphase fluid flow, conjugate heat transfer problems, electrical & electromagnetic, to highly nonlinear structural simulations, Continuum Blue can help.

Complementary to their multiphysics capabilities, Continuum Blue also perform advanced material selection, assessment & optimisation services. With the use of extensive materials databases, combined with their knowledge of characterizing specialty ceramics, metal alloys, elastomeric materials, Continuum Blue can help you find optional materials for your product needs. They have both wet & dry R&D laboratories, including tensile testing facilities to physically test & characterise client products & materials. Continuum Blue provides Multiphysics Analysis (Nonlinear FEA & CFD); Motion simulations; Materials selection, assessment & optimization; Materials testing & failure analysis; Contract research.

Veryst Engineering

Veryst Engineering specializes in addressing complex, coupled, and nonlinear engineering problems using a combination of advanced simulations and specialized experimentation. Located in the Boston area and serving a global client base, Veryst serves clients in such industries as medical devices, energy, consumer products, transportation, metal forming, and heavy manufacturing as well as government agencies. Veryst's resources include materials testing facilities and PolyUMod, a proprietary software library of material models tailored for the design and analysis of rubber, thermoset, thermoplastic, foam, advanced biomaterials, and other polymeric products.


transtec, founded in 1980, with its headquarters in Tübingen, Germany, belongs to the leading European experts in High Performance Computing. We develop individual solutions according to the customer’s requirements and we support our customers throughout life cycle of the solution. Small to medium-sized businesses as well as academic institutions value our intelligent, easy-to-manage HPC solutions.

transtec’s competence does not only comprise in-depth knowledge with all current hardware & software technologies being used within the HPC ecosystem, but also include a long-term expertise in numerous applications from Life Sciences, CAE, Physics, and various other areas of research. This helps us understand customers’ workflows and provide the customer with an expert opinion regarding the deployment of new technologies like remote visualization or parallel filesystems.

transtec is a specialist in sizing and deploying high-performance and parallel filesystem storage solutions to customers, and looks back upon a history of several petabytes of HPC storage deployed, including various open-source as well as commercial implementations.

Silver sponsors

Noumenon Multiphysics

Noumenon Multiphysics is an applied physics/mathematics consultancy firm specializing in modeling and simulation services for science-based and engineering industry. We use advanced mathematical and physics techniques to model complex phenomena that industries use or wish to use. This leads to greater insight - more accurate simulations or mathematical models of phenomena - which can be used to optimize products and processes, or develop new ones.


Simpleware develops world-leading mesh generation software which converts 3D scan data into high-quality computer models used for CAD, Finite Element, CFD, and Rapid Prototyping. Simpleware software is used in a variety of research fields, including: Industrial Reverse Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Materials Research, Geology, and Natural Sciences. Simpleware generates accurate analysis-ready meshes which can be directly imported into COMSOL Multiphysics®.

Media sponsors

American Society of Mechanical Engineers, ASME

Founded in 1880 as the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, ASME is a not-for-profit professional membership organization that enables collaboration, knowledge sharing, career enrichment, and skill development across all engineering disciplines. ASME strategically aligns its programs and initiatives to provide relevant knowledge-based resources to the broad universe of ASME members and constituents. This worldwide engineering society is responsible for pioneering the development of industry codes, standards, and related accreditation programs. Its publications, conferences, continuing education and professional development programs provide a foundation for advancing technical knowledge and a safer world.


DEVELOP3D Magazine tracks all the essential technologies used throughout the product development process - from concept, through design and manufacturing. Key topics range from CAD/CAM/CAE software and workstation technology to rapid prototyping, reverse engineering, direct manufacturing and mould and die design. DEVELOP3D is available in print, PDF, online and on the iPhone/iPad/Kindle. The print magazine features a bold contemporary design and is free to UK subscribers. Register your details at:

Design World

Design World serves the design engineer, machine builder and OEM in several growth markets including medical, packaging, semiconductor, and factory automation. DW delivers relevant editorial content and the most up-to-date supplier product and technology releases. In addition, DW provides 3D CAD models, video, specialized rapid prototyping supplements, and targeted engineering resources by product and technology. Design World continues to produce best-in-class print and online resources to help engineers do their jobs better, faster and under budget.

Eureka Magazine

For more than three decades, Eureka has been the magazine of choice for design engineers. By reporting on the latest technology, innovations and engineering applications, it seeks to inspire engineers to make their designs more efficient, cost-effective and commercially successful.

Running the gamut of engineering applications, Eureka includes special features on the aerospace, renewable energy, medical and automotive sectors, as well as covering all the technology areas relevant to the modern design engineer.

IEEE Spectrum

IEEE Spectrum magazine is the flagship publication of IEEE, the world's leading professional association for the advancement of technology. It is a magazine for the people driving change and actively looking for solutions to complex problems. IEEE Spectrum explores future technology trends and their impact on society and business. Together, the award-winning IEEE Spectrum magazine and IEEE Spectrum Web site editorial capture the attention of a worldwide audience of technology professionals and senior executives-including more than 400,000 IEEE members-working in the high technology sectors of industry, government, and academia. Subscribers include engineering managers and corporate and financial executives.

IET Publishing

The IET is Europe's largest professional body of engineers with almost 160,000 members in 127 countries. It offers a range of services and resources to the engineering community including an extensive publishing programme. For the research community, the IET publishes a portfolio of research, letters and open access journals and over 400 eBooks; all located within the dynamic and market-leading IET Digital Library. Of particular note, The Journal of Engineering is an open access journal that publishes articles across a broad range of topics which are then freely available to the research community. IET Inspec, a highly respected A&I database with over 14 million abstracts from a range of international publishers and, the world's largest online archive of engineering and technology video content are also available to support and develop engineering excellence.
IET Publishing

IOP Publishing

IOP Publishing provides a range of journals, magazines, books, websites and services that enable researchers and research organisations to reach the widest possible audience for their research.

We combine the culture of a learned society with global reach and highly efficient and effective publishing systems and processes. With offices in the UK, US, Germany, China and Japan, and staff in many other locations including Mexico and Russia, we serve researchers in the physical and related sciences in all parts of the world.

IOP Publishing is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Institute of Physics. The Institute is a leading scientific society promoting physics and bringing physicists together for the benefit of all. Any profits generated by IOP Publishing are used by the Institute to support science and scientists in both the developed and developing world

NASA Tech Briefs

The world's largest-circulation design engineering magazine, reporting NASA technology breakthroughs FIRST to over 190,000 forward-thinking engineers and managers throughout OEM industries and government. Each issue features new product ideas and engineering solutions in electronics, computing, software, materials, mechanics, and more.

Physics Today

Physics Today is the monthly magazine of the American Institute of Physics, sent to 120,000 scientists and engineers belonging to 10 different member societies.

Most researchers are lucky if they can stay abreast of the journal articles in their specialty, not to mention all the developments outside of their specialty. This is precisely what makes Physics Today so valuable: Readers in one field can learn what researchers are doing in other fields. No one can possibly follow every journal, but Physics Today readers can stay in touch with their peers and all the exciting developments in other areas of science.

Physics Today covers the gamut of scientific developments: authoritative and trusted articles on topics from nanomaterials to cosmology, from biomedical physics to the Higgs boson, from Earth's climate to the climate for science.


R&D exists to build, deliver, and grow a community of scientists and innovators who seek and provide answers in research and development through interactive editorial content and interconnected media. To become the standard strategic resource for R&D news, trends, products, and information in core and emerging sectors and the go-to technology forum for professionals in industrial, academic, and government laboratories. R&D 100 Awards: And as we celebrate the 51st anniversary of the awards, we’ll continue to recognize the year’s top high-technology products and innovations that help them stand out. Why do we do this? Movie stars have their Oscars; musicians have their Emmys; writers compete for Pulitzers; and the world’s top thinkers seek Nobels.

Scientific Computing World

Scientific Computing World is the source for computing solutions for scientists and engineers. With the latest computing trends that underpin scientific research, industry features on laboratory informatics, statistical science, high-performance computing, and modelling and engineering, readers have access to independent, in-depth editorial content and informed commentary and analysis. Published bi-monthly and at no cost to readers, Scientific Computing World is essential reading for engineers, scientists, software and hardware vendors, and anyone involved in and looking for computing solutions.


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