This course is designed for anyone who would like to learn some advanced topics, providing the user in-depth knowledge and confidence to solve more advanced problems. We will combine theory with hands-on exercises during the course. The course will be held in English unless all attendees prefer Spanish.
• Some mathematical fundamentals. Solver selection and settings.
• CAD import: repair and defeaturing tools.
• Advanced mesh features and multiphysics coupling.
• Moving boundaries.
• ODEs and equation-based modeling.
To make the most of the advanced course you should have attended to the COMSOL Multiphysics Course for Beginners (or any other similar introductory course) or have some previous experience using COMSOL Multiphysics.
Date and Location
Date: Friday, June 12, 2014
Time: 09:00 – 17:00. Registration starts at 08:45.
Place: Rectorate Building of the University of Málaga.
Directions: Click for directions
Dr. Emilio Ruiz Reina, Department of Applied Physics II, University of Málaga. His research is mainly focused in the electrokinetics and rheology of concentrated nanoparticle suspensions and he successfully uses different numerical analysis methods. The collaboration with research groups and engineering companies in the field of finite element method simulations is among his regular activities, as well as the teaching in specialized courses about COMSOL Multiphysics.
Dr. José Manuel González Vida, Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Málaga. Manager of the HySEA super-computation platform, at the Numerical Methods Laboratory at UMA. He is principal investigator in an international project with the NOAA Centre for Tsunami Research (U.S.A.), in which they apply numerical methods for tsunami simulations produced by submarine landslides.