COMSOL announced that it will hold “COMSOL Day: Biomedical Technologies” twice as an online event.
Burlington, Massachusetts-based COMSOL’s event will be held online on June 2 and June 9 with focus on simulation applications in medical technology, life sciences and medical device design.
Across a series of presentations, attendees will see how COMSOL Multiphysics simulation software is used to design biomedical devices. Keynote speakers from L’Institut Jean Lamour (IJL), Abbott, and the University of Maryland School of Medicine will discuss the use of multiphysics simulation for device design, applications in neurostimulation, and the development of thermal therapy for brain cancer, respectively. The June 2 event will also include a panel discussion on material data.
“Simulation is growing within the biomedical field. A lot of progress has been made and there are countless success stories,” COMSOL Technical Account Manager for Biomedical Applications Mao Mao said in a news release. “Since the FDA is supportive of its use, modeling and simulation are going to be an integral part of how medical technologies are developed in the future.”
There will also be seven COMSOL presentations at each event:
- Trends in Biomedical Technologies
- Blood Pump Validation
- Electromagnetics Applications Within Biomedical Technologies
- Ultrasound and Hearing Aids in Biomedical Technologies
- Biochemical Sensors and Tests
- Bioheating of Tissue
- Microfluidics and Separation in Biomedical Technologies