currently in compliance with the license.
To come into compliace with the COMSOL license, we will be removing COMSOL from Nyx and Flux on June 15, 2013. COMSOL will still be available in CAEN Computing Labs.
At this point, we are unable to provide access to COMSOL on Nyx, Flux, or machines that allow access from the internet at large, even at at one or more removes.
You might want to contact the COMSOL representative, Siva Hariharan <firstname.lastname@example.org>, and ask them about this. I can't guarantee it, but if a license holder has a license server of their own and requests that we install it but that they will use their own license, we may be able to work something out.
It appears that COMSOL thinks it OK to run it from Amazon, however, if that's an option for you. There is information about that on these pages: https://aws.amazon.com/
We have no experience with that, and it appears that you need to provide your own license server, as, at the bottom of the AWS page, it says:
Refund PolicyThis is a BYOL product. See http://www.comsol.com/sla
If you have access to CAEN lab machines, you may be able to use COMSOL on them; if so, the CAEN Hotline can direct you to the highest-powered ones.
If your group has its own network license and license server for COMSOL, please let us know.