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NAFEMS European Conference on Multiphysics Simulation 2018:

Accurate Modelling for Tomorrow's Technologies

11th & 12th October 2018
Budapest, Hungary

Image courtesy of Dassault Systèmes SIMULIA - Purkinje fiber network in the Living Heart Model showing electrical potential

Technology is changing faster than ever. Global megatrends – such as digitalization, resource scarcity, and the need for renewable energy – drive the demand for innovation and efficient product development. In today’s world of almost limitless computing power, numerical simulations need to be both accessible and accurate in order to enable innovation.

NAFEMS are pleased to announce the fourth European Conference on Multiphysics simulations in October 2018. It will cover the use of Multiphysics simulations in industry, including the following topics:

  • Industrial applications of Multiphysics
  • Multi-scale & Multidisciplinary modelling
  • Multiphysics simulations for renewable energy
  • Validation & Verification
  • Collaborations of industry with academia
  • Multiphysics in the Cloud
  • Code coupling and interfaces
  • Optimization
  • Teaching Multiphysics
  • Co-simulation
  • Accurate simulation for Digital Twin

The NAFEMS Multiphysics Working Group

The NAFEMS Multiphysics Working Group (MPWG) has been set up to promote and support the use of Multiphysics simulations in industry. Please contact the chairman, Henrik Nordborg at if you are interested joining the working group.

The conference will be organized by NAFEMS in collaboration with

The Scientific Committee

Henrik Nordborg 
HSR Rapperswil, Switzerland

Klaus Wolf 
Fraunhofer Institute SCAI, Germany

Moji Moatamedi 
University of Manchester, UK

Bernard Peters 
University of Luxemburg

Alfred J. Svobodnik 
MVOID Group, Germany

Albert Kurkchubasche 
Dassault Systèmes Simulia Corp, USA

Keynote Presentation:

Multiphysics Analysis of Particle and Finite Element Methods for FSI Applications

M. Souli, University of Lille
M. Moatamedi, University of Manchester 

Further details will be available shortly.