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Award-Winning Papers and Posters: COMSOL Conference 2017 Boston

October 30, 2017

The COMSOL Conference 2017 Boston featured over 100 interesting and innovative presentations from COMSOL Multiphysics® users about their current work. 6 of these projects took home awards.

Happy Birthday, Margaret Hutchinson Rousseau

October 27, 2017

Margaret Hutchinson Rousseau, the first woman to join the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), is known for designing the first commercial penicillin plant during WWII.

Predicting How Long Coffee Stays Warm in a Vacuum Flask

October 26, 2017

Do you use a vacuum flask to keep your coffee or tea warm? Try simulating the natural convection cooling in one of these containers to see exactly how long your beverage will stay warm.

Analyzing Time-Domain Reflectometry for 2 Electrical Designs

October 23, 2017

Here are 2 examples of analyzing the signal integrity and time domain reflectometry in electrical devices: a high-speed interconnect and a set of parallel microstrip lines.

Simulating Extraordinary Optical Transmission at Terahertz Frequencies

October 20, 2017

One potential approach to improving medical imaging, quality assurance, and other terahertz applications is extraordinary optical transmission, a process that can be studied with RF simulation.

Multiparameter Optimization with a Least-Squares Objective

October 19, 2017

Learn how to estimate parameters using multiparameter optimization, which will automatically adjust your model based on an underlying data file of experimental parameters.

Designing an Ultrasensitive Imaging System Based on Mantis Shrimp

October 18, 2017

Mantis shrimp have one of the most advanced visual systems. Researchers used these organisms as inspiration for a medical imaging method that could help improve cancer detection.

When Stars Align (and Collide): A Historic Gravitational Wave Discovery

October 17, 2017

Imagine going from only reading textbooks with no pictures to seeing a 3D movie. Thanks to a 2017 discovery, astrophysicists experienced a comparable improvement in how they see the universe.