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Dolfin-adjoint wins 2015 Wilkinson Prize

Dolfin-adjoint wins 2015 Wilkinson Prize

Cerebrospinal fluid flow and drug distribution

Simulating drug distribution around the spinal cord

Solving PDEs over manifolds

Solving PDEs over manifolds

Specifying large systems of PDEs with ease

Specifying large systems of PDEs with ease

FEniCS Q&A forum visitors from 53 countries

FEniCS Q&A forum users around the world

The FEniCS Project is a collection of free software with an extensive list of features for automated, efficient solution of differential equations.

Through this web site, you can learn more about the project and learn how to obtain and how to use our software. We'd be delighted to offer support in case you need it, and encourage contributions from our users.

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FEniCS'15 at Imperial College London

We are happy to announce that the 2015 FEniCS Workshop will be held on June 29 - July 1 2015 at Imperial College London, London, UK. More information can be found at the official FEniCS '15 webpage.

Periodic Table of the Finite Elements

Find your favorite FEniCS elements in the Periodic Table of Finite Elements. The periodic table displays and explains the properties of many of the most widely used elements, including the Lagrange, RT, BDM, Nedelec and DG elements.

FEniCS book released!

The FEniCS book, titled Automated Solution of Differential Equations by the Finite Element Method, has been published in 2012 as Volume 84 of the Springer Lecture Notes in Computational Science series. The book can be found here.

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Who's behind the FEniCS Project?

The FEniCS Project is a collaborative effort between research groups from Simula Research Laboratory, University of Cambridge, University of Chicago, Baylor University and KTH Royal Institute of Technology.

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