COMSOL Day: Sensor Technology

Tue, 25.06.2024, Online

See what is possible with multiphysics modeling

Sensors convert signals between different physical quantities, which means that, by nature, their operation almost always involves multiple physics phenomena. Using modeling and simulation software that can accurately describe these multiphysics processes is highly effective for designing and optimizing sensing devices.

The COMSOL Multiphysics® software provides comprehensive functionality for coupling the physics phenomena that occur in MEMS devices. For example, electrostatic, piezoelectric, or piezoresistive mechanisms can be modeled in combination with structural mechanics, fluid flow, and heat transfer. The software also facilitates accurate descriptions of biosensor mechanisms based on electrochemical, optical, thermal, and acoustic principles and position sensor mechanisms based on electromagnetic principles. These capabilities, combined with functionality for optimization, sensitivity analysis, and uncertainty quantification (UQ), make the COMSOL Multiphysics® platform extremely effective for sensor design. 

Join us for this COMSOL Day to get an overview of the software’s capabilities for sensor design and optimization. You will learn from keynote speakers how COMSOL Multiphysics® has helped them in their R&D work. Technical sessions will cover MEMS, chemical, and position sensing, as well as optimization, sensitivity analysis, and UQ.

Date:     June 25, 2024 
Time:    10:00–15:00 CEST

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