Applications Engineer: Acoustics

Be a Part of Simulating Future Innovations and Ideas


COMSOL is seeking an Applications Engineer to join its Pre-sales and Applications team to work with pre-sales and post-sales support of users of the COMSOL® software.

As the successful applicant, you are expected to have a well-rounded education within an engineering or scientific discipline and experience with simulating technical applications. With this basis, you will be expected to develop your technical proficiency in new areas of science and engineering as you help COMSOL’s users simulate their future innovations and ideas.

Primary Responsibilities

Pre-Sales Leads Qualification and Prospect Support

• Demonstrate the building of clear and understandable simulation examples for prospective customers on simulations of their applications, primarily in the field of acoustics.
• Support prospective customers on the modeling of their applications with COMSOL Multiphysics®.
• Demonstrate use of the COMSOL® software and summarize its features in web-based workshops and other marketing and sales events, along with customer meetings
• A willingness and ability to travel for limited periods of time to current and potential customers in order to run COMSOL-sponsored events and activities in North America.

Post-Sales Technical Support

• Support customers on use of the COMSOL® software for their acoustics applications, along with a variety of multiphysics applications involving other engineering disciplines.
• Initiate and participate in subsequent sales opportunities to existing customers or the colleagues and other departments of existing customers.

Training and Mentoring

• Develop your technical and simulation knowledge and abilities through working with sales and support cases both independently and in cooperation with other sales and applications engineers.
• Run introductory training courses along with acoustics-specific courses.
• Develop and mentor new applications engineers, technical account managers, and sales engineers on the COMSOL® software and its uses in certain application areas.

Minimum Qualifications

• A master’s degree in engineering, physics, applied mathematics, or a physical science with six months or more experience in modeling acoustic applications based on numerical methods, such as the finite element method or similar.
• Excellent communication skills on the phone, in person, and in writing.
• Current eligibility to work in the U.S.
• Employment-based visa sponsorship will not be offered for this position.
• This is an in-office position.

Preferred Qualifications

• A master’s or higher degree in engineering, physics, applied mathematics, or a physical science with six months or more experience in modeling based on numerical methods, such as FEM, BEM or similar, that has been gained as part of project work at a commercial company, government research facility, or university.
• Strong background in acoustic wave propagation in fluids and solids with a deep understanding of the physical mechanism behind the phenomenon. Experience with numerical methods and acoustic modeling in one or more of the following applications: electroacoustic transducers (such as loudspeakers, microphones, hearing aids etc.), piezoelectric devices, room acoustics, aeroacoustics, underwater acoustics, ultrasound, elastic waves and structural vibrations etc.

Personal growth

Supporting your success in your role as an Applications Engineer will be other simulation engineers and software developers who occupy the top echelons of their areas of expertise. You will see and participate, on a daily basis, the development and operation of many and varied cutting-edge new technologies. As an applications engineer, you will work with some of the most preeminent engineers and scientists in their respective fields who are simulating innovations and ideas for the future.

About COMSOL

COMSOL is the leading innovator of multiphysics software for research and development (R&D). Our products are continuously pushing the boundaries of computer-aided engineering (CAE), so that our customers can solve challenging science and engineering problems and develop better products, faster.

The COMSOL product family enables our end users to solve even the most sophisticated science and engineering problems, thanks to our intuitive and flexible graphical user interface. We create the tools that drive new breakthroughs in physics and engineering — and we love what we do.

Working at COMSOL

The Burlington, MA, location is spacious, bright, and comfortable. Our kitchens are always stocked with fresh fruit, tea, and coffee. Employees enjoy a casual dress code, relaxed atmosphere, and free gym access. Our office is in an easy-to-find central location and we are within walking distance of many restaurants and the Burlington Mall.

The COMSOL Group is a fast-growing, high-tech engineering software company that was founded in Stockholm, Sweden, in 1986 and has grown to include 17 offices and a distributor network throughout the world.

At COMSOL, Inc., we offer our employees:

• Compensation commensurate with skills and experience.
• Health and 401(k) plans with a company match and other benefits.
• A spacious, bright, and comfortable office with private workspaces.
• A surrounding office park with onsite restaurants, hotels, bars, and a free fitness center with workout classes.

COMSOL is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Номер REF-5521
Должность Applications Engineer: Acoustics
Местоположение Burlington, MA, USA

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