Dune User Meeting 2018

Dune User Meeting 2018 in Stuttgart


We invite all Dune users to participate at the 6th Dune User meeting, to be held in Stuttgart from 05.11.2018 to 06.11.2018.

This meeting should be used to showcase how you’re using Dune, foster future collaborations between the users and provide input to the future development of Dune. The meeting also welcomes contributions from other frameworks such as DuMuX and OPM that are using DUNE.

We keep the format rather informal. All participants are encouraged to give a presentation. In addition, we will reserve plenty of time for more general discussions on Dune.

Financial support for the workshop is provided by the INTPART project InSPiRE funded by the Research Council of Norway.

A online registration and more detailed information can be found at the workshop page.


campus.guest, Universitätsstraße 34, 70569 Stuttgart

Room 202


Monday, November 5, 2018

Time Title / Person Description / Talk Title
9:30 Welcome
10:00-11:20 User Presentations Chair: B. Flemisch
10:00 D.Kempf dune-codegen: Using code generation for performance portable implementation of finite elements
10:40 T. Leibner Generic discretization module (dune-gdt)
11:20-11:50 Coffee break
11:50-12:40 User Presentations Chair: A. Dedner
11:50 M. Koch Consistently Orienting Edges of Dune Grids
12:10 R. Klöfkorn Status of hp-Adaptivity in DUNE-Fem and OPM
12:40-14:00 Lunch campus.guest
14:00-15:20 User Presentations Chair: C.-J. Heine
14:00 L. Seelinger Efficient Iterative Solution and Multiscale Approximation of Anisotropic and Heterogeneous Problems
14:40 W. Giese Multi-scale modelling of calcium cycling in cardiomyocytes: Efficient parallel simulations with space-time adaptivity
15:20-15:50 Coffee break
15:50-16:30 User Presentations Chair: R. Klöfkorn
15:50 A. Dedner Writing Python bindings for Dune modules
16:30-17:15 Discussion
17:15-18:15 Ice breaker Bistro campus.guest
19:00 Dinner Restaurant & Cafébar am Allianzstadion, 10 Hessbrühl Straße, 70565 Stuttgart-Vaihingen

Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Time Title / Person Description / Talk Title
9:30-10:50 User Presentations Chair: R. Klöfkorn
9:30 G. Corbin Making numerical experiments in Dune reproducible
10:10 T. Koch The DuMux Pub: A Concept for Reproducible Research with DuMux
10:50-11:20 Coffee break
11:20-12:40 User Presentations Chair: A. Dedner
11:20 M. Utz Dune-SWF an application for river engineering
12:00 L. Stadler Why we use XDMF/HDF5 for Dune-SWF
12:40-14:00 Lunch campus.guest
14:00-15:20 User Presentations Chair: B. Flemisch
14:00 J. Both Simulating flow in deformable porous media
14:40 S. Burbulla A Finite-Volume Approach to Dynamically Fracturing Porous Media
15:20-16:00 Discussion
16:00 Coffee break


Participant Affiliation
Alkämper, Martin Universität Stuttgart
Altenbernd, Mirco Universität Stuttgart
Blatt, Markus HPC-Simulation-Software & Services
Both, Jakub University of Bergen
Burbulla, Samuel Universität Stuttgart
Chamakuri, Nagaiah University of Hohenheim
Corbin, Gregor Technische Universität Kaiserslautern, AG Technomathematik
Dedner, Andreas University of Warwick
Dreier, Nils-Arne University of Münster
Engwer, Christian Universität Münster
Fahlke, Jorrit WWU Münster
Flemisch, Bernd Universität Stuttgart
Giese, Wolfgang Max-Delbrück-Centrum für Molekulare Medizin in der Helmholtz-Gemeinschaft
Heine, Claus-Justus Universität Stuttgart
Hilb, Stephan Universität Stuttgart
Kane, Birane NORCE Norwegian Research Center
Kempf, Dominic Universität Heidelberg
Heß, René IWR, Universität Heidelberg
Klöfkorn, Robert NORCE Norwegian Research Center
Koch, Marcel Universität Münster
Koch, Timo Universität Stuttgart
Müthing, Steffen Universität Heidelberg
Leibner, Tobias Universität Münster
Sander, Oliver TU Dresden
Seelinger, Linus Universtät Heidelberg
Stadler, Leopold BAW-Federal Engineering and Research Institute
Utz, Martin BAW-Federal Engineering and Research Institute
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