About the Proceedings
The proceedings of the FEniCS 2024 Conference (FEniCS 2024) will be published as a peer-reviewed edited volume by Springer Verlag in the open access book series Simula SpringerBriefs on Computing. This series aims to provide a concise introduction to select research topics for students or researchers entering new fields.
Aims and scope
The aim of the volume will be to give a glimpse of the current state-of-the-art in terms of development and applications of the FEniCS Project (FEniCS) software. High quality contributions of a theoretical or more application-oriented focus are welcome. Each contribution is expected to be accompanied by a FEniCS-based implementation or by a contribution to one or more of the FEniCS software components.
- Expressions of interest can be made on the associated form or via email to
- upon FEniCS 2024 abstract submission February to April 2024.
- upon FEniCS 2024 registration February to June 2024.
- final call at the FEniCS conference 12th to 14th June 2024
September 30th 2024: Deadline for initial submissions, PDF by email to editors.
Early December 2024: Peer-reviews shared and revised manuscripts invited.
15th January 2025: Deadline for revised submission.
- Early February 2025: Final editorial review and submission to Simula SpringerBrief Editorial team.
- Jørgen S. Dokken, Simula Research Laboratory, Norway
- Henrik N. Finsberg, Simula Research Laboratory, Norway
- Jack S. Hale, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
- Marie E. Rognes, Simula Research Laboratory, Norway
- Matthew W. Scroggs, University College London, United Kingdom
All submissions will be subject to an initial editorial review, and if considered of sufficient quality and within the scope of the volume, sent for peer-review by two reviewers (single-blind) who can recommend; acceptance, revision or rejection. The final decision on acceptance will be made by the editors.
Format and requirements
The submission must be associated with a talk or poster given at the FEniCS 2024 Conference.
Please make sure to include a concise abstract for your contribution.
Contributions must use and follow the SpringerBrief LaTeX template (LaTeX template for contributed works
author/directory) and be 6-10 pages including references. Use Bibtex for handling references with the included
spmpscistyle. Initial submissions should be made in PDF format. Authors will be invited to submitted original images and files if accepted in a single
.tar.gzarchive without a directory hierarchy.
All chapters are expected to be accompanied by code released under an open source initiative approved license and uploaded to e.g. GitHub or GitLab alongside an upload to a repository that issues DOIs e.g. Zenodo or figshare.
The Simula SpringerBriefs on Computing principles apply in terms of open access (Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License) and author rights (copyright remains with the author(s)). The open access fee is waived.
Each accepted chapter will be assigned an individual DOI.