Multiphysics modeling is required for solving a wide range of problems. Especially, those that are multidisciplinary in nature. The Finite Element Method (FEM) is a very versatile and powerful analytical tool when dealing with coupled effects of complex physical phenomena such as electromechanical, thermomechanical, micro- and nano-technology, microelectromechanical, etc. often found in engineering fields such as bioengineering, microengineering, electromagnetics, microfluidics and robotics. The main focus of the course is on multiphysics modeling, i.e. on the integration of different physical phenomena into a computational model. The course will therefore provide students with a working knowledge in the fundamental mathematical and physical basis of FEM. By the end of the course, students should be able to know how to do build FEM models of physical problems, develop critical thinking in interpreting results from FEM analysis, and identify incorrect results. Moreover, validate experimental results against numerical modeling