An introduction to solving partial differential equations in Python with FEniCS (Lunarc June 2015)
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|Name||An introduction to solving partial differential equations in Python with FEniCS (Lunarc June 2015)|
|Description||Solving partial differential equations in Python with FEniCS|
|Type of event||Course|
The FEniCS Project is a collection of open source software for the automated, efficient solution of partial differential equations. The software allows specifying finite element variational problems in close to mathematical form and, via automated code generation techniques, the automated assembly and solution of such. This is a powerful and exciting combination that enables rapid, reliable and fun development of efficient finite element models.
This two-day short course will consist of short lectures in combination with hands-on exercises aimed at novice FEniCS users: starting from the very basics to solving non-trivial, nonlinear, time-dependent PDEs.
Course web page and registration
For more information and registration refer to the Lunarc webpage