You're Invited to Attend a COMSOL Day Event Near You

The COMSOL Day events are for anyone who wants to advance their multiphysics modeling skills and learn how to build custom simulation apps. Join us for a day of training, talks by invited speakers, and the opportunity to exchange ideas with other simulation specialists in the COMSOL community.

As part of the training, you will get an introduction to using COMSOL Multiphysics® for modeling and building apps. Then, we will show you how to deploy your apps via the COMSOL Server™ software so that your colleagues or customers can access them. The program also includes a variety of minicourses that focus on specific topics and disciplines. After attending a COMSOL Day, you will know how to use simulation tools to boost productivity and optimize your products and research methods.

Click on a location below for topic details, invited speakers, and registration. COMSOL Days are free-of-charge.

Past Events

Shanghai, China September 20
Bristol, UK September 20
Mannheim, Germany September 19
Wien, Austria September 13
Ahmedabad, India September 1
New Delhi, India July 25
São Paulo, Brasil June 29
Warsaw, Poland June 27
Dortmund, Germany June 22
Zurich, Switzerland June 15
Mumbai, India June 9
Pittsburgh, PA June 8
Leuven, Belgium June 8
Chennai, India June 8
Los Angeles, CA June 7
Bangalore, India June 6
Lund, Sweden May 31
Chicago, IL May 26
Shenzhen, China May 24
Sunnyvale, CA May 23
Xi'an, China May 18
Stuttgart, Germany May 16
Toronto, ON May 12
Brescia, Italy May 9
Stockholm, Sweden May 9
Hamburg, Germany May 9
Minneapolis, MN May 3
Beijing, China April 20
Austin, TX April 20
St. Petersburg, Russia April 20
Detroit, MI April 12
Aarhus, Denmark April 5
Cambridge, UK March 30
Aalborg, Denmark March 30
Bethesda, MD March 30
Toulouse, France March 24
Grenoble, France March 17
Cambridge, MA March 15
Paris, France March 7
Pune, India March 3

Bethesda Photo: Original image by Edward Johnson. CC BY 2.0.
Lyngby Original image, Amalienborg and Marble Church view, by Martin Nikolaj Christensen. CC by 2.0