Photos from the COMSOL Conference 2013 Rotterdam

Saskia de Bruijn | November 5, 2013

The COMSOL Conference 2013 Rotterdam attracted 418 multiphysics users from across Europe. It was the first time that our conference took place in the Netherlands and as a result, we saw a lot of new faces this year among the participants. I would like to thank everyone who attended the event for making it a wonderful experience and show you some impressions of the conference here on the blog.

COMSOL Conference 2013 Rotterdam Event Photos

The COMSOL Conference 2013 Rotterdam was held at the WTC, a modern and vibrant venue in the heart of the city. The WTC, COMSOL staff, and most of all our customers made this a great event with a variety of minicourses, user presentations, and networking opportunities. In total, we organized 22 user presentation sessions covering different application areas. Across these sessions there were 116 oral presentations with topics ranging from the performance of an oven to modeling water quality. With 155 posters, the Poster Session turned out to be the biggest ever at a COMSOL Conference.

A slideshow of photos from the different activities during the multiphysics gathering can be found below:

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    The COMSOL Conference 2013 Rotterdam
    The COMSOL Conference 2013 Rotterdam
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    Registration Desk
    Registration desk opens
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    COMSOL Conference Program
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    Keynote Speaker: Alwin Verschueren
    Keynote Speaker: Alwin Verschueren, Philips Research Laboratories
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    Keynote Speaker: Holger Ernst
    Keynote Speaker: Holger Ernst, mieletec FH Bielefeld
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    Keynote Speaker: Christian Schröder
    Keynote Speaker: Christian Schröder, mieletec FH Bielefeld
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    Keynote Talks audience
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    Lunch
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    Demo Stations
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    Minicourse
    Minicourses
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    Minicourses 2
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    Minicourse
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    Minicourse audience
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    COMSOL Multiphysics 4.4
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    User Presentations
    User Presentations
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    User Presentation audience
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    Presenter at the User Presentations
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    User Presentation 2
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    User Presentation audience
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    User Presentation 4
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    Best Poster
    Poster Session
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    Poster Session 3
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    Poster Session 1
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    Poster Session 2
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    Exhibition
    Conference exhibition: SiCo-Solutions
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    Fujitsu at the exhibition
    Conference exhibition: Fujitsu
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    Simpleware at the exhibition
    Conference exhibition: Simpleware
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    Award Ceremony Dinner 2
    Awards Dinner
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    Award Ceremony Dinner
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    Best Paper and Best Poster awards

I hope you enjoyed the conference as much as we enjoyed organizing it. Thank you again for joining us this year at the COMSOL Conference 2013 Rotterdam.

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Comments

  1. Ivar Kjelberg November 6, 2013 at 1:47 am

    Absolutely worth the travel, and time spent: discussing, learning and exchanging with other users, your developers, and your sales forces …
    And not to forget: good food and coffee in quantities ;)
    Thanks to the NL team,
    and I looking forward to meet you all next year in GB
    Sincerely
    Ivar

  2. Otto Richter January 9, 2014 at 4:36 am

    January 9,2014
    You have created a valuable instrument which has opened new ways to multiphysics simulation not only in physics but in many other fields. I enjoyed the presentations of other users and the discussions. The organization was excellent. One critical remark: me and also other participants would have prefered to have more space for user presentations.
    Thanks to the organizers

    Otto Richter, Braunschweig University of Technology

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