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Introduction to Finite Element Analysis (FEA) with COMSOL Multiphysics


Basic level synchronous / asynchronous virtual training to start your career in the world of computer-aided engineering

Learn the basics of modeling and simulation in COMSOL Multiphysics with an applied example.

 

Includes an unlimited temporary license of COMSOL 5.6!

Valid from the beginning until two weeks after the end of the course


Schedule

Synchronous classes recorded 8:00 to 10:00 (GMT-5)

Sessions and Dates


Session 1 – November 15/2021

  • Introduction to COMSOL Multiphysics Software
  • Computational model: Pre-processing. (Geometry, physics, materials, mesh, etc.)
  • Simulation: Processing

Session 2 – November 17/2021

  • Results extraction: Post-processing
  • Introduction to verification of results
  • Introduction to creating applications

Workshop – November 19/2021

  • Students begin the assisted implementation of a mathematical model of their interest using COMSOL Multiphysics.

Useful platforms: Google Meet and Classroom

The Meet platform will be used for virtual synchronous meetings. The recordings will be made available to students in case they are unable to attend synchronously.

The Classroom platform will be useful to upload all the content, the knowledge validation tests, question forums and other interaction tools available.

Introduction to Finite Element Analysis (FEA) with COMSOL Multiphysics Registration Form

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Instructors

Marcela Mercado Montoya

Bioengineer, MSc

Marcela is our General and Marketing Manager. Counting from before finishing her undergraduate and master’s studies at the University of Antioquia, she has more than 9 years of experience in the use of advanced simulation tools. She has worked executing freelance in silico simulation projects for different foreign companies, which has earned her to be counted as an advisor for many of these clients. She has explored her passion for engineering by conducting teaching activities at the same university. Her creativity comes from exploration, that is why she Marcela complements her technical activity with the practice of dramatic art, bicycle trips and a taste for sports in general.

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Tatiana Gómez Bustamante

Bioengineer

Tatiana is our Operational and Financial Manager. She graduated from the University of Antioquia, she has experienced for more than 5 years all the capabilities offered by the use of advanced simulation tools and information technologies in science and engineering. She understands that any activity that takes place in silico must be supported by a managerial, management and control structure, both robust and resilient, therefore she has developed her professional life in different administrative activities. Creativity comes from passion, that is why Tatiana complements her technical activity with the practice of various gymnastic and rhythmic disciplines and the exploration of the capabilities of the human body.

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General

$150 USD

Academic

$100 USD

Academic Group

$90 USD / Person

General Group

$135 USD / Person




If you want to register a group of more than 20 people, contact us by email: [email protected]