Multiphysics Seminar at DTU

November 20, 2023 Kgs. Lyngby 8:45–16:00

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Join us for this special event to advance your skills in multiphysics modeling and simulation.

During the event, you will see the modeling capabilities and workflow of the COMSOL Multiphysics® software and learn what's new in the latest version. The day is packed with hands-on sessions covering various modeling topics, relevant for both new and experienced users; talks by invited speakers; and the opportunity to connect with fellow engineers.

The program also includes coffee breaks and a lunch where sandwiches and soft drinks are provided.


08:45 Registration

09:00 Parallel Sessions

  • Introduction to COMSOL Multiphysics® for New Users
  • An In-Depth Look at COMSOL Multiphysics® for Existing Users

10:30 Seminar

  • Introduction to COMSOL® version 6.2
  • Invited speaker - "Understanding bolted joint dynamics to prevent wind turbine collapse" by Marie Brøns, DTU

11:30 Break for Lunch

12:00 Parallel Sessions

  • Geometry & Mesh
  • Equation-Based Modeling

13:00 Parallel Sessions

  • Solving Large Models
  • Optimization & Uncertainty Quantification (UQ)

14:00 Parallel Sessions

  • CFD & Heat Transfer
  • Acoustics

15:00 Parallel Sessions

  • AC/DC
  • Structural Mechanics

The afternoon parallel sessions will focus on the software's modeling capabilities for a specific area, such as acoustics and structural mechanics. There will also be time for discussion and Q&A following the sessions.

Register for free to attend the full day or only join the sessions of interest! All registrants will receive a free two-week trial of COMSOL Multiphysics®.

Please note: In order to get the most out of the event, we recommend bringing a laptop. This will also allow you to start your free trial right away.

Invited Speakers

Marie Brøns, Postdoc
Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
Marie Brøns is a postdoctoral fellow at the Technical University of Denmark, where she also obtained her Ph.D. in 2020. In 2021, she received a three-year VILLUM fellowship for her project on Dynamic Disturbance Substructuring—a project on developing new methods for identifying dynamic parameters in jointed structures. As part of this project, she spent 1.5 years at the Technical University of Munich. She recently returned to Denmark to continue her research. Her research activities focus on solving problems in real applications such as wind turbines or other large engineering structures. In addition, Marie has a particular interest in the broader dissemination of technical science. For her Ph.D. work, she was selected as a finalist in the Danish TV competition “Ph.D. Cup 2021”: A nationally broadcasted show on popular dissemination of science, and she’s written several popular science pieces for Danish media.

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Meeting Details


DTU Lyngby - Mødecenter
Meeting Room M1, M2 Anker Engelunds Vej 1, byg. 101A
Kgs. Lyngby 2800