|Time:||January 16, 2020, 9:00 a.m. – 9:45 a.m.|
|Venue:||Multimedia-Lectureroom (MMHS) of the Institute for Structural Mechanics, Pfaffenwaldring 7, Room 1.155
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Prof. Dr. Joachim Schöberl from the Institute for Analysis and Scientific Computing of TU Wien gives an invited talk on
"NGSolve - A Framework for Advanced Finite Element Methods"
About the talk:
NGSolve is a finite element software which combines a symbolic language for specifying variational formulations, with high order finite element spaces and advanced iterative solvers.
The symbolic language is based on Python, and allows to define finite element spaces, linear and bilinear-forms, and numerical algorithms on a high level. The computational intense work is performed by a parallel library implemented in modern C++.
In this talk we show how NGSolve contributes to research in different areas. We give examples including non-linear models, fast methods for time-dependent problems, and shape optimization problems on top.
About Prof. Schöberl: Homepage of Prof. Schöberl