Stanford OSA/SPIE Seminar "Optics, MEMS, and More: Multiphysics Modeling" Thurs 4/17 4pm AP200

Meredith M. Lee mmlee at stanford.edu
Mon Apr 14 13:32:35 PDT 2008


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The Stanford OSA/SPIE student chapter is hosting the following seminar this
week, open to everyone. For more information about our events, including our
Google Calendar, please visit http://student-osa.stanford.edu!

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*Optics, MEMS, and More: *

*Multiphysics Modeling Using COMSOL*



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*Thursday, April 17, 2008*

*AP 200*

*4:15pm (refreshments at 4pm)*



Simulating scientific phenomena is rapidly becoming an integral part of the
design and optimization process in many science and engineering fields.
Multiphysics simulation that can account for coupling of various models has
never been easier - or more powerful - than what COMSOL (formerly FEMLAB)
offers today.





This seminar covers an overview of COMSOL's capabilities, including specific
examples relevant to those conducting research and teaching in fields such
as:



• Optics, RF and microwave modeling

• Acoustics modeling

• Electromagnetics modeling

• MEMS and Microfluidics modeling

• Electrical-mechanical-thermal coupling

• Flow, transport and chemical reaction modeling

• Unlimited Multiphysics coupling: simulating multiple phenomena and their
interactions



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*About the Speaker*

Brian Adolf graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with
degrees in Electrical Engineering / Computer Science and Physics. He worked
as an Analog IC designer making DC/DC converters for cell phones and
portable electronics. Brian then started his own company using COMSOL
Multiphysics, and is now a COMSOL Applications Engineer at the Palo Alto
office.


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