Microwave Journal

Indian Institute of Science Selects COMSOL Multiphysics for Training in MEMS

September 3, 2009
Burlington, MA (September 3, 2009) — COMSOL Multiphysics Pvt. Ltd. announced last week that the Indian Institute of Science, under a national program on MEMS, in collaboration with the Institute of Smart Structures and Systems has selected the COMSOL Multiphysics engineering software to promote learning and education among Indian universities.

The Indian Institute of Science will distribute the class kit licenses to about 65 colleges across the country over the coming months. COMSOL will also be providing training for students and faculty on the effective use of this software.

"Engineering education in India needs to emphasize hands-on learning if we want to produce world class engineers. Adoption of COMSOL in education will be a step in that direction," said Prof. K.J. Vinoy, from the Electrical Communication Engineering Department in the Indian Institute of Science.

"Adoption of computer aided education by a premier institution such as IISc is heartening for us," said Dr. Vineet Dravid, Manager Director, COMSOL Multiphysics Pvt. Ltd.

COMSOL started its India operations in December 2008. The India office markets and sells the industry-leading multiphysics simulation software from COMSOL and provides technical support services to its customers.