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FreeFem++ days 2018
10th edition - Paris

December 12, 13 & 14, 2018

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An academic and industrial research conference

FreeFem++ is now used as research tool or investigation software by a continuously increasing community gathering scientists from different areas of research (mathematics, physics, finance, healthcare, automotive, etc).

Following the success of the previous workshops on FreeFem++, this new event is aimed to reflect the latest capabilities and applications of the software and to exchange information with other communities involved in the development of generic solvers for PDEs.

The previous editions presentations are available on this repository.

Development

Recent developments

Capabilities

Latest capabilities

Applications

Academic and industrial applications

Training

Users training courses

WEDNESDAY

12

DECEMBER


Morning : Room 25-15, 102
Afternoon : Beg. Class Room 23-24 , 103
Afternoon : Exp. Class Romm 15-16, 413

Day 1

09.00 - 10.30
Room 25-15, 102
F. Hecht (LJLL, Sorbonne Université) :
Introduction to FreeFEM++ version 4, ( zip of pdf and all examples )
10.30-10.50 Coffee break   Room 15-16 318
10.50 - 12.00
Room 25-15, 102
S. Garnotel (Airthium) :
FreeFem++ project update : GitHub, new documentation, new website, the module repository, and a lot more (Slides).
12.30-14.00 Lunch   Room 15-16 318
14.00 - 18.00
Room 23-24, 103
I. Danaila Beginner class.
14.00 - 18.00
Room 15-16, 413
F. Hecht Expert class. Directory, zip

THURSDAY

13

DECEMBER


Morning : Room 25-15, 102
Afternoon : Room 13-14, 101 (MMG)

Day 2

09.00 - 09.05
Room 25-15, 102
F. Hecht (LJLL, Sorbonne Université) :
Introduction
09.05-9.35
Room 25-15, 102
Atsushi Suzuki Cybermedia Center, Osaka University:
Dissection sparse direct solver for indefinite finite element matrices and application to a semi-conductor problem (Slides)
09.35-10.05
Room 25-15, 102
Pierre Jolivet IRIT–CNRS, Toulouse :
High-Performance Radiative Transport Equation Solver (Slides)
10.05-10.35
Room 25-15, 102
David Fabre Université de Toulouse - IMFT - UPS :
StabFem : a Matlab/Octave interface to FreeFem++ for flow instabilities and wave problems, designed for research and education.
10.35-10.55 Coffee break   Room 15-16 318
10.55-11.25
Room 25-15, 102
P-L. Rothé ENPC and Inria (and C. Le Bris, F. Legoll):
Running computations with the Multi-scale Finite element approach (MsFEM) in FreeFem++ , (Slides)
11.25-11.55
Room 25-15, 102
J. Moulin ONERA-DAAA (and P. Jolivet and O. Marque):
Augmented Lagrangian approach for large-scale linear stability analysis of incompressible flows and its extension to fluid-structure interaction (Slides)
11.55-12.25
Room 25-15, 102
G. Sadaka (and P. Jolivet and F. Hecht):
FreeVol++: 2D Finite volume solver inside FreeFem++ (Slides)
12.30-14.00 Lunch   Room 15-16 318
14.00 - 18.00
Room 13-14, 101
P. Frey, C. Dapogny (LJLL, Sorbonne Université & LJK, IMAG) :
MMG remeshing tool presentation. The MMG registration is free but mandatory. See the official program for more information.

FRIDAY

14

DECEMBER


Morning : Room 25-15, 102
Afternoon : Beg. Class Room 25-15, 102
Afternoon : Exp. Class 25-15, 104

Day 3

9.00 - 9.40
Room 25-15, 102
A. Fourmont (INRIA, SED) :
new RT 3d element and Surface Finite Elements in FreeFem++.
09.40 - 10.30
Room 25-15, 102
F. Hecht, A. Fourmont (LJLL, Sorbonne Université and INRIA, SED) :
FreeFEM++'s kernel presentation and classes for developers (part I).
10.30-11.00 Coffee break   Room 15-16 318
11.00 - 12.30
Room 25-15, 102
F. Hecht, A. Fourmont (LJLL, Sorbonne Université and INRIA, SED) :
FreeFEM++'s kernel presentation and classes for developers (part II).
12.30 - 12.45
Room 25-15, 102
O. Pironneau (LJLL, Sorbonne Université)
Tensorflow (open source machine learning ) and FreeFem++
12.45-14.00 Lunch   Room 15-16 318
14.00-15.00
Room 25-15, 102
F. Nataf and P-H. Tournier (LJLL, CNRS) :
Parallel freefem++ and new DDM user interface
15.00-18.00
Room 25-15, 102
O. Pantz (Laboratoire J.A. Dieudonné, Université de Nice Sophia-Antipolis) :
Beginner class.
14.00-18.00
Room 25-15, 104
F. Hecht (LJLL, Sorbonne Université) :
Expert class.

Organization commitee

Access & Housing

The conference will be held at the Laboratoire Jacques-Louis Lions, 4 Place Jussieu, Paris, Tour 15-25 at the 3th floor.

Métro and RER (Transport society)

Station Jussieu (lines 7 & 10)
Station Cluny - La Sorbonne (RER B) within 700m
Station Austerlitz (lines 5, 10 and RER C) within 1000m

Bus (Transport society)

Line 24: station Quai Saint-Bernard
Line 63: station Rue des fossés Saint-Bernard or Quai Saint Bernard
Line 67: station Jussieu
Line 89: station Jussieu, Cardinal Lemoine or Quai Saint Bernard

Housing

We recommend you to book your hotel room as soon as possible. Here are a few addresses for your information: