COMSOL Multiphysics

So here goes the first blog.

I’m working with Luke Theogarajan (he is so awesome!) in the ECE Department. I am going to be modeling nanoscale physics on a computer program called COMSOL Multiphysics. I will be running simulations on COMSOL to determine what type of results should be expected if the experiment was conducted in the lab. As of right now, I do not know very much about using COMSOL so I am learning the ropes. I’m not working in the lab; this is all done at home or in the CAD Lab so it is a bit informal. It’s really on my own time.

I just finished a week and half of hell; I had 4 midterms,but now I have a bit more time to devote to working on research. I’ll be attending a COMSOL Workshop on the 10th, which will hopefully boost my knowledge of the program. 🙂

Hope everyone had a great Halloween weekend! 🙂

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Posted in 2010-2011, EUREKA
One comment on “COMSOL Multiphysics
  1. Brian Kenyon says:

    Hi Jenny,
    We are excited to see how the project goes.

    Brian Kenyon
    Web Program Manager
    COMSOL Inc.

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