deal.II Users Worldwide
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This page contains a list of researchers, groups, and centers actively using deal.II and descriptions of what they do with it.
List of researchers, groups and centers using deal.II
University of Alberta, Edmonton
Prof. Marc Secanell Gallart at ESDL (Energy Systems Design Lab) and his group - Fuel cell simulations
Researchers in Applied Mathematics associated with Prof. Gert Lube; notably, Timo Heister joined the developer team from this group. - Simulation and applications of turbulent flows - Parallel computing
Researchers in Continuum Mechanics and Applied Mathematics associated with Prof. Paul Steinmann: Benjamin Brands, Denis Davydov, Markus Mehnert, Jean-Paul Pelteret, Daniel Riedlbauer, Stefan Riehl. - Continuum mechanics - Reduced-Order Modelling - Shape optimization - Quantum mechanics
Prof. Markus Bause and his team - wave propagation - composite materials - approximation
Prof. Guido Kanschat at the IWR (Interdisziplinäres Zentrum für Wissenschaftliches Rechnen) - coupled free and porous media flow - radiative transfer - computational electromagnetics - multigrid methods and adaptivity
Thomas Carraro and others associated with the chair for Numerical Analysis of Prof. Rolf Rannacher - Parameter estimation for PDE - Shape optimization
Arbeitsgruppe Wissenschaftliches Rechnen, Prof. Franz-Theo Suttmeier - Solid materials
Lehrstuhl für Strömungsmechanik, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Foysi - Fluid-structure interaction
Prof. Luca Heltai uses deal.II for - Hydrodynamical problems in industrial projects related to ocean navigation - biomedical applications - immersed boundary methods
Republic of South Africa
Dr. Andrew McBride and others at CERECAM (Centre for Research in Computational and Applied Mechanics) - Nonlinear thermomechanics - Crystal plasticity - DG methods for problems in elasticity - Low-order finite element simulation of generalized Oldroyd-B model
United States of America
Most of the graduate student research in the entire numerical analysis group at Texas A&M's Department of Mathematics is built on deal.II. Dr. Wolfgang Bangerth teaches a scientific computing class on deal.II every other year.
David Wells and others in the Mathematical Sciences Department are using deal.II to research model reduction and algorithms for discontinuous Galerkin methods.