COMSOL Multiphysics is available for non-commercial research and study purposes. For time-consuming COMSOL simulations, RTU HPC cluster services may be used.
License term: perpetual.
Updates: until 31.01.2019.
User groups: employees, doctoral students, classrooms and users.
To register for the license, fill in the application form.
License is available, which may be obtained by RTU employees and doctoral students.
After registration users will be given instructions regarding file downloading and installation.
Class kit license is available, which may be used for student training at classrooms and for preparing study materials.
After registration users will be given instructions regarding file downloading and installation. When a classroom is registered, the application form shall contain information on the classroom address and No., number of computers, and gateway IP address or IP address range.
For students. Students may install COMSOL Multiphysics RF module on their personal computers.
For HPC users. Registered cluster users may use the software on the cluster, the application form is available here.
Hardware and OS. Information on the developer’s website: http://www.comsol.com/system-requirement
Network connection. COMSOL research and classroom license is stored on the central server of RTU data centre, thus computer must be connected to RTU network (Floating Network license) during software installation and use.
For using outside RTU, like at home, VPN (Virtual Private Network) connection to RTU network is necessary (more information is available here).
Available program modules and versions
Academic license for research (5.3):
COMSOL Multiphysics COMSOL Multiphysics Heat Transfer module (to version 5.3a)
COMSOL Multiphysics Material library
COMSOL Multiphysics Acoustic module (to version 5.3a)
COMSOL Multiphysics Structural mechanics module (to version 5.3a)
COMSOL Multiphysics CFD module
COMSOL Multiphysics LiveLink for MATLAB (to version 5.3a)
Class Kit license for studies (5.3):
RF module (purchased by RTU Faculty of Electronics and Telecommunications, Department of Basic Electronics)