The COMSOL Conference attracts engineers, researchers, and scientists from around the world for a chance to showcase their simulation work and cutting-edge technologies. COMSOL is now accepting abstracts for presentation at the COMSOL Conference 2017. These abstracts will be published online prior to the conference.
Papers, presentations, and posters from the COMSOL Conference are presented to a worldwide audience, providing members of the COMSOL community with the opportunity to showcase their work with simulation specialists throughout industry and academia. COMSOL software users working with similar types of applications discuss and share ideas on how to accelerate R&D and product development processes using multiphysics simulation software.
“Presenting a poster, paper, or both at the COMSOL Conference is a great opportunity for multiphysics simulation experts to achieve widespread recognition within a skilled community of engineers and researchers,” says Sarah Fields, Program Co-Chair for the Boston conference.
Suggested topic areas for papers and posters include, but are not limited to:
Acoustics and Vibrations
Batteries, Fuel Cells, and Electrochemical Processes
Bioscience and Bioengineering
Chemical Reaction Engineering
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Geophysics and Geomechanics
Heat Transfer and Phase Change
MEMS and Nanotechnology
Optics, Photonics, and Semiconductors
Optimization and Inverse Methods
RF and Microwave Engineering
Simulation Methods and Teaching
Structural Mechanics and Thermal Stresses
Papers and posters presented at the conference will be published on the COMSOL website. Last year’s contributions can be viewed at: www.comsol.com/2016-user-presentations.
The deadline to submit an abstract for the COMSOL Conference Boston is June 30, 2017. Instructions for those interested in presenting are available by visiting: www.comsol.com/conference/call-for-papers.