Introduction to Simulation for Pharma and Biotech Industries

1 hour | Free | Online | Arpad Forberger


Pharma and Biotech industries face challenges in development, such as the comprehension of physics, dimension, and material. More frequent challenges are cost and time. According to the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry, the average cost of developing a successful drug can reach more than 2 billion Euros over the period of 10 years when it is finally approved. 

To overcome these challenges, computer-aided engineering (CAE) experts, engineers, and scientists increasingly turn to simulation tools. Simulation allows you to experiment with digital models of real-world processes to make bold, risk-free, evidence-based decisions at all stages of development, from micro to large scale. Moreover, modeling and simulation help developers determine dosage safety for consumption. 

During this webinar

Application engineer and COMSOL Multiphysics expert, Dr. Arpad Forberger, will demonstrate how COMSOL Multiphysics can benefit your modeling processes.

Demo 1: Using Simulation to Optimize Biopharmaceutical Processes

Demo 2: Modeling a Rapid Detection Test in COMSOL Multiphysics

By the end of this webinar, you will have a basic understanding of the simulation workflow and select physics features of a tableting process, chemical reactions, and features related to pharma and biotech.


  • What is COMSOL Multiphysics?
  • Modeling Biopharmaceutical Processes
  • Modeling a Rapid Detection Test
  • Summary
  • Q&A

Why attend this webinar

  • To learn about the simulation possibilities for pharmaceutical processes. 
  • To explore COMSOL Multiphysics as a simulation tool to manage chemical reactions, porous media flow, chemical reactor simulation and optimizing pharmaceutical processes. 
  • To find out more about multiphase flow.

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About the Speaker(s)

  • Arpad Forberger

    Application Engineer

    Arpad is an application engineer at SciEngineer. His research and consulting work focus on technical computing and finite element modeling.

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