Date: Thursday, December 19, 2019
Time: 2:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Ever since the first days of space flight, mathematical modeling that simulates processes, devices, and other physical phenomena has become an integral part of the research and development of engineering designs. However, it has also been restricted to engineers who are experts in the physics being modeled, the software to model such phenomena, or both.
The future of modeling is here. Software that was once the complete tool for mathematical modeling is now the platform to develop simpler and more focused simulation applications for the specific product or process that an engineer is working with. Expanding the use of mathematical simulations to a much larger audience of engineers can only increase the efficiency of accurately modeling processes and decrease the time it takes to bring products to market. The simulation engineer knows the physics, but the design or manufacturing engineer knows the device or process.
This webinar will trace the development of mathematical modeling of complex and multiphysics phenomena from its beginnings to where it is now as well as discuss its future, where mathematical modeling will be taken to the next level.
Phil Kinnane, VP of Sales, COMSOL
Phil Kinnane is the VP of sales at COMSOL, Inc. He has previously worked within the Business Development, Operations, and Marketing departments. Phil has 20 years of experience with modeling and simulation for all fields of engineering. He earned his PhD in electrochemical engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm.