Session 1 : Tuesday, November 3 rd – 1:45pm
Jérémy Bleyer (Navier) : Overview of the FEniCS finite-element software package
The FEniCS project is an open-source platform dedicated to the formulation and resolution of partial differential equations. Thanks to its Python interface, FEniCS enables to write concisely the weak formulation of any physical model and automatically generate optimised C++ code associated with its finite-element discretization. FEniCS has been especially developed for parallel computations for HPC applications.
In this first talk, we will present the main features of FEniCS using applications in mechanics. The large majority of examples are taken from a series of numerical tours of computational mechanics available here: https://comet-fenics.readthedocs.io/.
Registration is free but required at firstname.lastname@example.org