COMSOL Conference 2016

Best Paper and Best Poster Award Winners

Multiphysics analysis and simulation apps fuel innovation. Several award-winning projects from the COMSOL Conference 2016 spoke to this effect, showcasing a diverse range of uses for multiphysics modeling and application design. Take a look at the top papers and posters.


Boston — Best Paper Winners

COMSOL Multiphysics® Software as a Metasurfaces Design Tool for Plasmonic
-Based Flat Lenses

Bryan M. Adomanis1, D. Bruce Burckel2, Michael A. Marciniak1

1 Air Force Institute of Technology, 2 Sandia National Laboratories

Studies of Sound Radiation from Beams with Acoustic Black Holes

Chenhui Zhao, M.G. Prasad

Stevens Institute of Technology

Simulation and Testing of a Tunable Organ Pipe for Ocean Acoustic Tomography

Andrey Morozov

Teledyne Technologies, Inc.


Boston — Best Poster Winners

A Field Simulator for Permanent Magnet Applications

Elizabeth Ledwosinska, John Gammel

Silicon Labs

Modeling of Mixing-Sensitive Pharmaceutical Drug Substance Processes in Batch Reactors

Fulya Akpinar, Benjamin Cohen, Jose Tabora, Andrew Glace, Kathleen Lauser, Federico Lora Gonzalez, Jacob Albrecht

Bristol-Meyers Squibb

Optimization of a Thermoelectric Conversion System

Jordan Chase1

Alphabet Energy, Inc.

Fluid Flow in the Human Small Intestine

J. S. Karthikeyan, Deepti Salvi, Mukund V. Karwe ***

Rutgers University



***Best Poster winner chosen by popular vote during the Poster Session


Munich — Best Paper Winners

Modeling Cracking in Quasi-Brittle Materials Using Isotropic Damage Mechanics

Tobias Gasch, Anders Ansell

KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

Thermo-fluiddynamic Modeling of Laser Beam-Matter Interaction in Selective Laser Melting

Karl-Heinz Leitz, P. Singer, A. Plankensteiner, B. Tabernig, H. Kestler, L.S. Sigl

Plansee SE, Reutte, Austria

Multiphysical Modeling of Keyhole Formation During Dissimilar Laser Welding

Iryna Tomashchuk, I. Bendaoud, P. Sallamand, E. Cicala, S. Lafaye, M. Almuneau

Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire Carnot de Bourgogne, Dijon, France


Munich — Best Poster Winners

Numerical Model for Predicting Heat and Mass Transfer Phenomena During Cake Baking

R, Cutté, Pascal Le Bideau, P. Glouannec, J.F. Le Page

Université de Bretagne Sud, Lorient, France

Simulation of the Thermal Expansion of an Inductively Heated Gear Wheel for Shrink Fitting Purposes

Christoph Hollenbeck, Z. Jildeh, T. Rydlewski, P. Kirchner

Imagine Engineering GmbH, Bergheim, Germany

Beverage Refrigeration Simulation with Dependence on Container Shape, Material, and Orientation

Simon Bekemeier, Lars Fromme, Andrej Genschel, Kersten Kröger

University of Applied Sciences, Bielefeld, Germany


ISBN: 978-0-9910001-3-5
ISSN: 2372-2215