Since 2007 the Mechanical Engineering Department has managed a shared pool of COMSOL research licenses as a service to researchers who use the software for UCSB-related research. Commercial use is prohibited with this license.
The shared network license pool is currently comprised of the following:
- 20 ea. COMSOL Multiphysics
- 2 ea. AC/DC Module
- 2 ea. Acoustics Module
- 1 ea. CAD Import
- 1 ea. CAD Reader
- 2 ea. CFD Module
- 1 ea. Chemical Reaction Engineering (CHEM) Module
- 2 ea. Electrochemistry Module
- 2 ea. Heat Transfer Module
- 1 ea. LiveLink for Excel
- 3 ea. LiveLink for MATLAB
- 1 ea. LiveLink for SOLIDWORKS
- 1 ea. Materials Library (MATLIB)
- 2 ea. MEMS Module
- 2 ea. Microfluidics Module
- 1 ea. Molecular Flow Module
- 1 ea. Multibody Dynamics Module
- 3 ea. Nonlinear Structural Materials Module
- 1 ea. Optimization Module
- 2 ea. Particle Tracing Module
- 1 ea. Ray Optics Module
- 1 ea. RF Module
- 1 ea. Semiconductor Module
- 1 ea. Structural Mechanics Module
- 1 ea. Subsurface Flow Module
- 2 ea. Wave Optics Module
Current groups participating in the license pool:
Groups included in the 2020-2021 license pool: Bowers, Campas, Dressaire, Hawkes, Liao, Luzzatto-Fegiz, McFarland, Meinhart, Mishra, Moody, Pennathur, Sauret, Sepunaru, Theogarajan, and Zhu.
COMSOL System Requirements:
- COMSOL runs with Windows, Mac OS X and Linux operating systems.
- An active network connection to obtain a lcense from the pool. And the UCSB VPN client of off campus access.
- Users who buy into the license pool can also run the software on the CNSI Center for Scientific Computing clusters.
- Full details regarding system requirements can be found at: https://www.comsol.com/system-requirements
Cost distribution: Each research group participating in the pool pays an equal share of the total license.
- Joining the license pool: Please fill out this form if you are interested. General questions can also be directed to Trevor Marks, email@example.com