If you want to learn about high-throughput multiphysics and multiscale simulations, then tune into this webinar with guest speaker Ed Furlani from the University at Buffalo.
From discoveries in basic science to the development of next-generation commercial technology, high-throughput multiphysics and multiscale simulations are needed to study complex and coupled phenomena that span multiple length and time scales.
In this live webinar, we will demonstrate high-performance modeling and simulation using the COMSOL Multiphysics® and COMSOL Server™ software, which are used in the University at Buffalo’s Center for Computational Research (CCR), a leading academic supercomputing facility. We will discuss implementing programs on CCR clusters and demonstrate using the Application Builder in COMSOL Multiphysics®. The Application Builder enables nonspecialists to run simulation studies using a custom-designed graphical user interface that hides the underlying computational model. This is especially attractive to companies that want to accelerate the development cycle using modeling, but cannot justify hiring a full-time resident expert. We will further demonstrate using COMSOL Server™ to access and manage simulation applications.
The presentation will be reinforced with case studies in the fields of nanophotonics, magnetohydrodynamics, and biomedical applications of electromagnetics and electrochemistry. We will present a variety of industrial modeling projects that involve 3D additive manufacturing using liquid metal printing, inductive-loop sensing technology for traffic control, and electrical stimulation therapy for wound and prosthetic implant treatment. You can ask questions at the end of the webinar during the Q&A session.
Simulation apps created by Prof. Ed Furlani and his research group from the University at Buffalo. From left to right: electric double-layer capacitor (EDLC) analysis app, inductive-loop sensing app, and liquid metal drop ejector analysis app.
Ed Furlani, PhD, Professor, University at Buffalo, SUNY
Dr. Edward P. Furlani holds a PhD in theoretical physics and is a professor in the departments of Chemical and Biological Engineering and Electrical Engineering at the University at Buffalo, SUNY. Previously, he performed interdisciplinary modeling for the development of commercial materials and devices at the Eastman Kodak Research Laboratories. He is currently involved in developing computational models to design innovative nanostructured and microstructured materials and devices. His industrial experience spans applications in the fields of microfluidics, biosensing, energy storage, nanophotonics, and magnetic particles. Professor Furlani holds 152 U.S. patents and his contributions include over 100 peer-reviewed publications and a textbook on applied magnetics.
Viktor Sukhotskiy, PhD Candidate, University at Buffalo, SUNY
Viktor Sukhotskiy holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University at Buffalo (UB) SUNY, where he is currently a PhD candidate. He is working in the field of multiscale modeling for the development of next-generation materials and devices. Viktor has created computational models to study electromagnetic and photonic phenomena and to support industry-related R&D projects. Through research collaborations, he has worked with companies such as Xerox, Northrop Grumman, Vader Systems, and Garwood Medical Devices. Viktor has modeled coupled device phenomena at the intersection of photonics, magnetics, and CFD and is currently implementing his models in the supercomputing facility at UB. His focus is on developing electrical stimulation technology for wound treatment and drop-on-demand 3D printing technology for manufacturing solid metal parts.
Valerio Marra, Marketing Director, COMSOL
Valerio Marra is the marketing director at COMSOL in Burlington, MA. Previous roles include working in applications, technical support, and sales. Valerio received his PhD in fluid machines and energy systems engineering.