COMSOL Multiphysics 4.4 & Fluid/Chemical Workshop

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Location & Time

Location: Zürich
Date: June 17, 2014
Time: 13.30 - 17.00 Uhr
Address: ETH Hönggerberg
Wolfgang-Pauli-Str. 15
8093 Zürich Hönggerberg
Room: HIL / E15.2
Program: 13:30-15:00 Introduction and Live Demo
15:00-15:15 Coffeebreak
15:15-17:00 Hands-on Session, Discussion
Languages: Workshop material in English, assistance in Deutsch and en français.

An Overview of the Software

This introductory workshop will show you the fundamental workflow of the COMSOL modeling environment. Come to this workshop to:
  • Discover the capabilities and features of COMSOL Multiphysics and get a quick overview of the add-on products
  • Learn the natural workflow of the COMSOL Desktop user interface through which all physical phenomena are set up
  • See how to efficiently create and modify your models, and optimize your designs, step-by-step
  • Experience the speed and ease of modeling in the COMSOL environment, shown through a hands-on multiphysics simulation example
  • Set up and solve your first simulation
  • Have a conversation with a COMSOL specialist about your application area
  • Start your two-week free trial and work through your own simulations helped by the COMSOL Technical Support Team

Fluid Dynamics and Chemical Reactions

Find out about COMSOL’s capabilities in modeling:
  • Fluid flow in laminar and turbulent regimes and in porous media
  • Heat transfer including conduction, convection and radiation
  • Reactive transport processes in isothermal and non-isothermal regimes
  • Electrochemical systems including batteries, fuel cells, corrosion and electrodeposition


Zoran Vidakovic
COMSOL Multiphysics GmbH, Zürich

Zoran Vidakovic received his BSc and MSc degrees in mechanical engineering from ETH Zürich, Switzerland. His studies and research projects focused on turbomachinery, heat transfer, fluid-
and thermodynamics and advanced energy technologies in general. In his master thesis at the Laboratory for Energy Conversion he numerically investigated the turbine performance and heat transfer of innovative cycle concepts for CO2 capture ready fossil power plants. Before joining COMSOL in April 2010 Mr. Vidakovic completed a six month industrial internship in the Aero-/ Thermodynamics R&D department of MAN Turbo AG Schweiz.

Dr. Eyal Spier
COMSOL Multiphysics GmbH, Zürich

Eyal Spier completed his PhD in Chemistry from ETH in 2013. His research centred on industrially applied oxidation chemistry, spectroscopic analytical methods, and quantum-chemical calculations using the density functional theory approach. He joined the team of COMSOL Zurich in the autumn of 2013.


The workshop is free of charge. Since place is usually limited we kindly ask you to register early by filling in the form below. Please register for one session per day only - if you are interested in the second session as well, indicate in the comments field, we will inform you if space is available.

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