DUNE-FEM is a DUNE module which defines interfaces for implementing discretization methods like Finite Element Methods (FEM) and Finite Volume Methods (FV) and Discontinuous Galerkin Methods (DG). Please read the detailed concept description.
We are proud to announce that as part of the
"Competition of modules for the open source MPE Exhibition"
our contribution "Dune-Ash" is awarded. Among 29 contributions
has won the second prize.
The competition is part of the programm "Mathematics of the Planet Earth 2013" (MPE 2013), an intiative by the UNESCO, the IMU (International Mathematical Union) and the EMS (European Mathematical Society).
The awarding ceremony took place on the opening of the "MPE 2013" program in the UNESCO headquater Paris on 5th of march, 2013.
Dune-Ash is a Dune based module, providing an interactive ash spreading simulation for a volcano erruption in Europe, see also the dune-ash homepage.
We have just released the 1.3.1 version of dune-fem. It does not offer any new features or interface changes, but
fixes various known issues of the dune-fem-1.3.0 release version.
Please go to the Download section, or click here to get the tar-ball [dune-fem-1.3.1.tar.gz] immediately.
A note for git-users: To obtain the new 1.3.1 version, please update your existing repository via git.
We have just released the 1.3.0 version of dune-fem. It offers some new
features and a lot of bug fixes. A list of changes can be found
You can download the release
tar ball here [dune-fem-1.3.0.tar.gz].
Please report bugs / problems to
|Front and rear view on the numerical solution to a burgers type equation on the sphere.|
This one week course held in Freiburg will give an introduction to the DUNE core modules including the DUNE grid interface library, and the DUNE-FEM module.
The course will focus on the numerical treatment of partial differential equations using continuous and discontinuous Galerkin methods. These schemes will be implemented with the DUNE-FEM module. The final third part of the course will highlight on the discretization of PDEs on stationary and evolving surfaces.
We have just released the 1.2.1 version of dune-fem. It does not offer any new features or interface changes, but
fixes various known issues of the dune-fem-1.2.0 release version.
Please go to the Download section, or click here to get the tar-ball [dune-fem-1.2.1.tar.gz] immediately.
A note for svn-users: To obtain the new 1.2.1 version, please update your existing repository via svn.
DUNE-FEM is developed by the groups of Prof. Dr. Kröner from Freiburg, Prof. Dr. Ohlberger from Münster, and Dr. Dedner from Warwick. The main developers are basically A. Dedner, R. Klöfkorn, and M. Nolte.