Comsol issues call for papers for its Conference 2010 Boston

April 7, 2010
Comsol will hold its sixth annual conference on multiphysics modeling and simulation October 7 to 9, 2010 at the Boston Marriott Newton (Newton, MA).

Burlington, MA--Comsol will hold its sixth annual conference on multiphysics modeling and simulation October 7 to 9, 2010 at the Boston Marriott Newton (Newton, MA). Engineers and scientists are invited to submit abstracts describing projects in which the results were obtained using Comsol Multiphysics software. Authors of accepted submissions will present their work at the conference and submit a paper or poster for the conference proceedings. The proceedings CD circulation exceeds 100,000 worldwide.

Comsol's software is often used as a tool in photonics-related experiments and projects. For Comsol's sixth annual conference, suggested topics for photonics-related oral and poster presentations include:

--multiphysics
--optics and photonics
--MEMS and piezo devices
--numerical methods and optimization
--electromagnetics

Other suggested topics for oral and poster presentations include acoustics, batteries and fuel cells, bioengineering, computational fluid dynamics, chemical reaction engineering, geophysics, heat transfer, plasma physics, and structural mechanics.

Abstracts should briefly summarize the individual or group's work, with particular focus on describing the problem, solution, results, and conclusions. Submissions will be reviewed by the Conference Program Committee, which consists of a panel of people from NIST, GlaxoSmithKline, Harvard University, ExxonMobil, and elsewhere.

Abstracts submitted by the early-bird deadline of June 25 will receive a discount on conference registration fees. The final deadline for the submission of abstracts is August 6. More information on all aspects of the Comsol Conference Boston 2010 can be found at: http://www.Comsol.com/conference2010/usa/.

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John Wallace | Senior Technical Editor (1998-2022)

John Wallace was with Laser Focus World for nearly 25 years, retiring in late June 2022. He obtained a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering and physics at Rutgers University and a master's in optical engineering at the University of Rochester. Before becoming an editor, John worked as an engineer at RCA, Exxon, Eastman Kodak, and GCA Corporation.

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