What’s new in COMSOL Multiphysics: Version 6.2

webinar: What's new in COMSOL Multiphysics: Version 6.2

1 hour | Free | Online | Arpad Forberger


COMSOL Multiphysics is a modeling and simulation software that provides fully coupled multiphysics and single-physics modeling capabilities. The software is multi-purpose and is used by engineers, researchers, and scientists worldwide for designing products with complex physics.

Users may opt to use the software before physical testing, to achieve accurate virtual designs, allowing them to work fewer hours, cut costs on physical prototypes, and shorten time to market.

In this webinar, application engineer and COMSOL Multiphysics expert, Dr. Arpad Forberger will demonstrate the capabilities of COMSOL Multiphysics. Then, Arpad will guide you through the latest features of version 6.2 of COMSOL Multiphysics. 

COMSOL Multiphysics 6.2 accelerates simulations with faster solvers, data-driven surrogate models, and enhanced capabilities for electric machinery, CFD, chemical engineering, and structural mechanics.

During this webinar

  • You will see a demo of using Deep Neural Networks for faster simulations, how to add, use and what is it for. 
  • The Tubular Reactor Surrogate Model will be used to demonstrate how computational speed can be increased with the use of a surrogate model. 

If you have never used simulation before

  • You will gain basic knowledge about the simulation of coupled physical phenomena. 
  • You will learn about real-world applications from industry-leading experts


  • What is COMSOL Multiphysics
  • Introducing Deep Neural Networks for surrogate models
  • Major updates for acoustics applications
  • Major updates for electronic applications
  • Major updates for fluid dynamics and select Multiphysics application
  • Case studies
  • Summary
  • Q&A

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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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