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14 Apr 2021, 09.00 – 10.00
Online, World

AES Audio Product Education Institute Webinar

AES Audio Product Education Institute Webinar

14 Apr 2021, 09.00 – 10.00
Online, World

AES Audio Product Education Institute Webinar

Addressing multiphysics simulation in audio product design

The Audio Product Education Institute (APEI) presents a webinar on modeling and measurement, focusing on exploring multiphysics simulation as a tool for the audio engineer. Speakers from Tectonic Audio Labs, Veryst Engineering, and COMSOL will share their experiences in three separate sessions, followed by time for questions. This webinar will provide an overview of the use of simulation in audio product design, addressing virtual prototyping, testing, measurement, multiphysics simulation, and optimization.

Together, we will look at questions such as why and how companies use simulation for audio product design, with examples from specific projects. We will also look at how simulation apps can enable collaborative design, where team members with different expertise and perspectives can use simulation to explore new concepts and make design decisions. We will look into resources that are available for learning the how-tos, and we will hear an acoustics engineer, consultant, and software developer share their experiences from simulation projects and their thoughts on how to ensure success in audio product design using simulation.

This event will be presented by Mads J. Herring Jensen, COMSOL’s Technology Manager Acoustics. Following the opening remarks and introduction, the event will feature three presentations from Tim Whitwell (VP Engineering, Tectonic Audio Labs), Nagi Elabbasi (Partner, Veryst Engineering), and Mads Jensen (COMSOL).

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