The COMSOL Group provides software solutions for multiphysics modeling in the engineering field. COMSOL is a technologically advanced software house, founded in July 1986 in Stockholm, Sweden, which has grown over the years to include offices in Brazil, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, India, Italy, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States, and today it has a staff of 460 people.
COMSOL Multiphysics® is a simulation software that allows you to model projects, devices and processes in every technological field, from industry to research.In addition to using multiphysics modeling for projects, with COMSOL Multiphysics® it is possible to transform models into simulation apps or digital twins and make them available to the design team, production departments, test laboratories, customers, etc.You can use the platform produced alone, or expand it with any combination of additional modules, to perform simulations in different areas: electromagnetism, structural mechanics, acoustics, fluid dynamics, heat exchange, and chemical engineering.
“Our customers – states the company – are researchers and designers who work for leading companies in different sectors, research laboratories, and universities. Our tools allow them to design and develop better products. Our users make our cars and ours safer and more energy efficient airplanes, improve the reception of our cell phones, seek new energy resources, explore the universe, develop medical devices that allow more accurate diagnosis and educate future generations of scientists and technicians. “
More than 350 people, every day, engage in research and teaching activities in the energy sector: they are the Professors, the technical-administrative staff, the Researchers and the PhD students of the Energy Department of the Polythecnic of Milan.
The Department of Energy of the Polytechnic of Milan, in addition to sponsorship and exhibition at the fair, collaborates with ZEROEMISSION 2021 for the organization of conferences.
“At the Department of Energy we consider the world of energy in its complexity, and in its continuous evolution. The subjects of study are the disciplines and technologies related to the production, conversion, transport and use of energy, considering its complex social and environmental implications . ”
“Thanks to the breadth of skills offered by the Department of Energy, the Polythecnic of Milan can boast one of the most authoritative structures in Europe: a reference point for the high level of teaching, primary interlocutor for research, active and proactive partner of Companies, Bodies, Institutions. Nationally and internationally. “
“We are part of a University of excellence: to guarantee the maximum commitment in teaching the basic disciplines, to deepen the scientific themes with experimentation and applied research, is a must for us. We want to do even more: we want to teach and spread a correct and qualified use of energy.
Our added value is in people, aware of the incessant changes taking place in industrialized and developing countries. Our commitment is aimed at providing the necessary tools for a more sustainable use of energy in the long term, in Italy and worldwide. “
Research on the Energy System – RSE S.p.A., in addition to sponsorship and exhibition at the fair, collaborates with at ZEROEMISSION 2021 for the definition of conferences.
The recent history of RSE begins on April 29, 2009, when CESI RICERCA takes on the new name of ENEA – Research on the Electricity System (more briefly ERSE SpA). On 15 July of that year GSE (Electrical Services Manager) acquired 49% of the RSE share capital from CESI. The company’s mission remains the same: to develop research programs in the electro-energy sector, aimed at the entire national electricity system. In 2010 the company passed under the full control of the sole shareholder GSE, assuming the current name of Research on the Energy System – RSE S.p.A.
The mission of RSE S.p.A. is to develop research projects of general public interest for the national electricity system, with an application and system approach. As part of the projects financed by the System Research Fund (RdS), it carries out research activities aimed at innovation and improving the performance of the electro-energy system from the point of view of economy, safety and environmental compatibility, with widespread diffusion of the results. In addition, RSE contributes to the sustainable development of the Italian electricity and energy system through technical and scientific cooperation with national and international operators.