Top 3 Reasons to Attend a COMSOL Day in 2021
If you are curious about what is possible with multiphysics simulation, then we have a series of upcoming events for you: COMSOL Days. These free, 1-day, online events include sessions on multiphysics modeling and simulation apps, talks from simulation engineers in different industries, and more. Aside from the convenience of attending these events from your own workstation, which lets you avoid travel and gives you the ability to pick and choose sessions, here are 3 reasons why you should attend a COMSOL Day this year…
1. Gain Inspiration from the Simulation Community
At COMSOL Days, you have the opportunity to come together with fellow engineers, researchers, scientists, and simulation practitioners. Throughout these events, the sessions are designed for discussion and conversation.
For instance, during panel discussions, moderators ask thoughtful questions relevant to the topic or industry, and panelists and attendees can contribute to the conversation. Many COMSOL Day events also feature exciting talks from invited speakers who are using simulation in their industries in intuitive ways.
2. Learn Skills to Improve Your Modeling
COMSOL Day sessions held by our technical product managers and applications engineers will provide you with in-depth experience and knowledge of multiphysics simulation and app building. Speakers use a mix of presentation and live demonstration, and questions from the audience are encouraged throughout the sessions. Our goal is to make sure you gather useful modeling advice and gain confidence to apply it to your own projects.
In the more specialized Tech Cafés, you are able to discuss your modeling projects with COMSOL technical staff, ask questions, and provide product feedback — in effect, the audience drives the direction of these sessions.
Bonus: After you attend a COMSOL Day event, you can put your new skills to use by taking advantage of a free, two-week trial of the latest version of the COMSOL Multiphysics® software. Attendees will also be able to access recordings and slide presentations from the event.
3. Choose from Industry-Focused Events
We are planning more than 40 COMSOL Days in 2021, and they span a wide variety of application areas, including:
- Vehicle electrification
- Heat transfer
- Optics and photonics
- Renewable energy
- Power transmission
- Antennas and IoT
- And many more!
By attending one of these industry-focused events, you can delve into specific applications and themes within a given topic.
Praise from Past Attendees
Many people who attended a COMSOL Day in 2020 took an anonymous survey about their experiences. Take a look at what some of them said about the event:
“I was able to attend just the sessions that I needed, optimizing the time through my working day.”
“It was easy and quick to switch between parallel sessions, which allowed for a participation more focused on personal needs. The online event allows COMSOL product and technology managers from around the world to connect, which enhances the overall quality.”
See You at a COMSOL Day!
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We hope to see you at a COMSOL Day event in 2021!
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Ivar KJELBERGMarch 9, 2021
I can only confirm that over now my close to 20 years of COMSOLing, my boost in productivity has come particularly the last years by observing the COMSOL presentations, especially those with demonstrations of model building (i.e. the 40+ hours of demos of Walter Frei since 2020, and many more, see i.e. https://www.comsol.com/videos?type%5B%5D=videotype-tutorial ).
As each of the COMSOL specialists has his “tricks” and ways to be efficient. So even if you know 80% already of the subject presented, the 20% remaining can give you important information and allow you to be far more efficient to build up your models and get them running.
And as COMSOL is rather “square”, so by analogy, you may apply most tricks to very different physics and to discover new approaches to become even more efficient running your models.
So I’ll definitively follow as many as possible