Introduction to COMSOL Multiphysics®

Oct 17, 2019 San Jose, California9:30 AM - 12:00 PM

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You are invited to join us for an opportunity to advance your skills in multiphysics simulation. At this workshop, you will see the capabilities and workflow of the COMSOL Multiphysics® software and learn through a guided hands-on exercise. You will leave with new skills to work on your own applications using your free two-week COMSOL Multiphysics trial. We understand that your time is valuable, so feel free to join us for only parts of the event.

View the schedule below and reserve your seat for this free event now.

Schedule

9:30 AM
  • Get an introduction to the capabilities and the fundamental modeling workflow of COMSOL Multiphysics®
  • Watch a live presentation of the entire analysis process via a practical example
  • See how quick and easy it is to turn your sophisticated model into a specialized application that any engineer can use
  • Try the software hands-on with step-by-step guidance (we will send you a trial in advance)

Hands-On Session

To participate in the hands-on session, we recommend bringing a laptop to the event in order to get the most out of it. This will also allow you to start your free two-week trial license of the COMSOL Multiphysics® software right away. Unable to bring a laptop to the workshop? No worries; you can still follow along with the demonstrations.

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Workshop Details

Location

Hyatt House San Jose/Silicon Valley
75 Headquarters Drive
San Jose, California 95134
Directions

Complimentary self parking.

Speaker

Mranal Jain
COMSOL

Mranal Jain has been with COMSOL since 2013 and currently leads the applications team in the Los Altos, CA office. He studied microfluidics and electrokinetic transport, while pursuing his PhD in chemical engineering at the University of Alberta, Edmonton.