COMSOL Webinar September 3 COMSOL Webinar September 2015

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Application Builder and COMSOL Server™

The COMSOL® Application Builder allows you to create customized applications from COMSOL Multiphysics® simulations that you can share with colleagues and customers. App creation is done from within the COMSOL environment, allowing you to quickly build an app that includes only the features and capabilities that you select from your complete model. From manufacturing to sales, these apps improve productivity throughout an organization by allowing non-experts to quickly run virtual tests on different systems and check design changes without running a full simulation.

COMSOL Server™ is the hub for sharing simulation apps, making it possible for users around the world to access them through a COMSOL client or a web browser. Updates that you make to an app are automatically uploaded to COMSOL Server™, where the recipient can find the latest version.

This webinar will explain how to use the Application Builder and COMSOL Server, feature a live demonstration in the software, and conclude with a Q&A session.

This COMSOL model of a three-cylinder reciprocating engine is turned into a simulation app where the user can change operating parameters to predict the resulting force and stress in the engine components.


Attendees of this webinar will learn:
  • How multiphysics simulation apps can improve efficiency and productivity at many stages of product development
  • About building simulation apps from COMSOL® models using the Application Builder and watch a live demonstration showing the app creation process in the software
  • How to share apps with colleagues and customers through COMSOL Server™


    Bjorn Sjodin
VP of Product Management

Bjorn Sjodin has been with COMSOL since 1995.  He started out as a member of the development team in COMSOL's office in Stockholm, Sweden. He joined COMSOL's Boston office in 2002 and is currently the VP of Product Management at COMSOL.

  Valerio Marra
Technical Marketing Manager
Valerio Marra holds a B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Nuclear Engineering and received a Ph.D. in Energetic Systems and Fluid Machines Engineering from the University of Bologna, Italy.  He joined COMSOL in 2008 and has worked in applications, sales, and marketing.  He is currently the Technical Marketing Manager and works out of the Burlington, MA office.


    Barry Sullivan
Director, Program Development

Barry J. Sullivan is Director of Program Development for the International Engineering Consortium.  Prior to joining the IEC, he spent nine years at Ameritech, where he served as Director of Emerging Technologies. He has developed and delivered continuing education courses in communications technologies, and he guided the technology strategy for a start-up company delivering packet voice services.

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