Afternoons (GMT), 22-26 March 2021
- 20 February 2021: Deadline for talk abstracts.
- 20 March 2021: Registration deadline
- 22-26 March 2021: The conference itself!
The FEniCS 2021 conference is an opportunity for all those interested in the FEniCS Project and related projects to exchange ideas, communicate their results and network with the automated scientific computing community.
Unlike previous FEniCS conferences, FEniCS 2021 will be held entirely online.
We welcome developers, existing and potential users of the FEniCS ecosystem as well as mathematicians, computer scientists and application domain specialists interested in numerical methods, their implementation and applications.
The FEniCS 2021 conference will emphasise an open and inclusive atmosphere, contributed talks from a diverse range of scientific areas, and dedicated time for discussions and coding.
The talk schedule and abstracts can be viewed at fenics2021.com
The FEniCS 2021 conference is sponsored by:
- 10 minute talks, with time for follow up questions, using Zoom Webinar.
- Time for informal discussions and coding.
- Evening activities with time for chatting in smaller groups, using gather.town.
- Best student and postdoc presentation prize, with prizes provided by Rafinex.
- Code hacking mornings/days for external projects that use FEniCS.
You can register for this conference using this form on the University of Cambridge online store. There is a registration fee of £10. The deadline for registering for the conference is 20 March 2021.
The information for joining the sessions will be emailed to participants shortly after the close of registration on 20th March 2021, using the email address that you used to register. In case of any difficulties connecting to Zoom or Gather Town, please email the organisers below.
Call for participation
The deadline for proposing talks was 20 February 2021 and talk submissions are now closed. Conference delegates will be notified shortly if their talk has been accepted.
Talks will be 15 minutes long, plus time for questions. They will be presented on Zoom. It will be possible to submit a prerecorded talk if you are unable to present live.
Talking is not a prerequisite for attending: you can register for the conference and attend without talking.
Code of conduct
We expect all attendees of FEniCS 2021 to follow the FEniCS Project code of conduct.
Instances of abusive, harassing, or otherwise unacceptable behavior may be reported by contacting the conference organisers or the FEniCS Steering Council.
Local organising committee
- Igor Baratta (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Jørgen Dokken (email@example.com)
- Chris Richardson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Matthew Scroggs (email@example.com)