COMSOL develops an industry-leading scientific software package for the modelling and simulation of any physics-based system, COMSOL Multiphysics®. The software simultaneously accounts for interdependent, coupled physics – multiphysics phenomena.
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COMSOL provides simulation software for product design and research to technical enterprises, research labs, and universities through 21 offices and a distributor network throughout the world. Its flagship product, COMSOL Multiphysics® and COMSOL Server™, are software environments for modelling and simulating any physics-based system and for building applications. A particular strength is its ability to account for coupled or multiphysics phenomena. Add-on products expand the simulation platform for electrical, mechanical, fluid flow, and chemical applications. Interfacing tools enable the integration of COMSOL Multiphysics® simulation with all major technical computing and CAD tools on the CAE market. Additional information about the company is available at www.uk.comsol.com.
COMSOL Multiphysics is an industry-leading scientific-software package for the modelling and simulation of any physics-based system. The software simultaneously accounts for interdependent, coupled physics – multiphysics phenomena.
COMSOL Days will be hosted in major cities around the globe to support the creation and large-scale deployment of custom simulation apps by offering training opportunities, talks by invited speakers, and the opportunity to exchange ideas with pioneer app designers in the COMSOL community. The first event takes place in Cambridge next month.
28 February 2017Read in full
COMSOL, Inc., the leading provider of software solutions for multiphysics modelling, simulation, app design and deployment, has announced an update to its LiveLink™ for SOLIDWORKS® product. As an add-on to the COMSOL Multiphysics® software, LiveLink™ for SOLIDWORKS® allows a CAD model to be synchronised between the two software packages.
28 February 2017Read in full
COMSOL, Inc., the leading provider of multiphysics simulation and analysis software, today announced the expansion of its office in Cambridge, UK. The office provides the local team with a larger facility for expanded sales and support for the growing community of the COMSOL Multiphysics® software users. Services include local sales, technical support, training, meetings and events.
18 May 2016Read in full
From simulation to application: COMSOL® software users can now design specialised applications to provide researchers, designers, and manufacturers with access to the power and accuracy of multiphysics simulation.
23 January 2015Read in full
The savings deadline for the COMSOL Conference 2014 Cambridge is just two days away - Friday 22nd August. Register now to save on your registration fee and to reserve a seat in your selected minicourse
20 August 2014Read in full
The abstract submission deadline for the COMSOL Conference 2014 Cambridge is just two days away. Submit your abstract by this Friday (27th June) to share your work with over 150,000 multiphysics professionals worldwide.
25 June 2014Read in full
The Programme Committee members of the world’s largest conference on multiphysics simulation are delighted to invite engineers and researchers to submit abstracts to this year’s event. Selected papers, posters, and presentations will be featured at the 10th annual COMSOL Conference, an experience that has been bringing the engineering community together for a decade.
15 May 2014Read in full
COMSOL Multiphysics Version 4.3a introduces new LiveLink™ products for Microsoft® Excel® 2010 for Windows® and Solid Edge®, Amazon EC2™ cloud computing support, and ECAD file import. New Fatigue Module expands the mechanical simulation capabilities to calculate high- and low-cycle fatigue. All 30+ extension modules have been upgraded.
17 October 2012Read in full
COMSOL announces the 4.3 release of COMSOL Multiphysics, its industry-leading software environment for modelling and simulating any physics-based system.
26 June 2012Read in full