New FEniCS Tutorial coming soon

Hans Petter Langtangen and I are working on a new, revised, and extended version of the FEniCS Tutorial. The plan is two volumes to cover both basic and advanced FEniCS programming. Here’s a sample from Chapter 3: A Gallery of PDE Solvers:

And here’s a bit of code to go along with the movie.

 

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Anders Logg is Professor of Computational Mathematics at Chalmers University of Technology. His research interests are adaptive finite element methods, high-level automating software systems for solution of PDE, domain-specific languages and compilers in scientific computing, and applications in biomedicine, general relativity, and architecture. Logg is head of the unit for Computational Mathematics and excellence profile leader within Chalmers Area of Advance the Built Environment. He is director of the Swedish Network for Mathematics in Industry and member of the EMS Applied Mathematics Committee and the Swedish National Committee for Mathematics. He is co-founder and a core developer of the FEniCS Project, a leading open-source software for automated solution of PDE. Logg works part-time as scientific advisor to Fraunhofer-Chalmers Centre and Simula Research Laboratory.

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  1. Chaitanya Goyal
    May 7, 2016
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    Hello Dr. Logg,
    We are very grateful to you and your associates for making fenics open source with so many tutorials and demos. I am a MSc student trying to implement wave equation in elasoplastic media using fenics. I am finding it very difficult owing to the lack of detailed documentation and undocumented demos. I know the team stays very busy with so much work but it would be great if you could find some time for development and refinement of FSM app in future.
    Thanks and Regards,

    • May 8, 2016
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      The new tutorial will contain many new examples. Maybe not exactly the one you are looking for… but hopefully it will help you figure out how to implement your particular problem in FEniCS.

  2. Sophia
    May 18, 2016
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    Hello Dr. Logg,
    What is the likely release date for the new tutorial?
    Thank you,

    • May 20, 2016
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      I hope the first volume will be online within 1-2 weeks.

  3. Jonas
    August 19, 2016
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    Hi Dr. Logg, I was wondering if there was an update on the release of the new tutorial. Thanks, Jonas

    • August 22, 2016
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      Yes, we’re currently proofreading it. It should be ready within 1-2 weeks.

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