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Blatt, Markus , Flemisch, Bernd and Sander, Oliver (Eds.): Proceedings of the 3rd Dune User Meeting (2015): Archive of Numerical Software - Special Issue 2017, Heidelberg: heiBOOKS, 2017. DOI: 10.11588/heibooks.280.364

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Markus Blatt, Bernd Flemisch, Oliver Sander (Eds.)

Proceedings of the 3rd Dune User Meeting (2015)

Archive of Numerical Software - Special Issue 2017

Dune, the Distributed and Unified Numerics Environment, has been under continuous development for more than 13 years. Several European institutions participate in this development, and over time, a substantial user community has evolved. In order to establish and foster personal contacts within the community as well as between users and developers, a first Dune User Meeting was held in Stuttgart in 2010, followed by a second one that took place in 2013 in Aachen. In 2015, the third Dune User Meeting was held in Heidelberg from 28th to 29th of September. More than 30 users and developers from five European countries attended, presented Dune-related work and engaged in lively discussions. Ten presentations resulted in contributions to these proceedings.

Markus Blatt is an independent consultant and entrepreneur. As an applied mathematician he helps his customers developing, improving, and employing custom simulation software based upon open source and DUNE in particular.

After completing his PhD in applied mathematics, Bernd Flemisch turned to the engineering sciences. He is currently associate professor in the Department of Hydromechanics and Modelling of Hydrosystems at the University of Stuttgart. His research interests encompass computational models for porous media flow, transport and deformation phenomena, model coupling and decoupling as well as advanced discretization and solution techniques.

Oliver Sander is professor for numerical mathematics at the Technische Universität Dresden. He investigates and develops simulation methods for problems in mechanics, like contact and fracture mechanics, and plasticity.

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Front Matter
Markus Blatt, Bernd Flemisch, Oliver Sander
Editorial: Proceedings of the 3rd Dune User Meeting
Martin Alkämper, Andreas Langer
Using DUNE-ACFEM for Non-smooth Minimization of Bounded Variation Functions
Andreas Dedner, Stefan Girke, Robert Klöfkorn, Tobias Malkmus
The DUNE-FEM-DG module
Andreas Dedner, Alastair J. Radcliffe
Asynchronous evaluation within parallel environments of coupled finite and boundary element schemes for the simulation of multiphysics problems
Christian Engwer, Carsten Gräser, Steffen Müthing, Oliver Sander
The interface for functions in the dune-functions module
Felix Gruber, Angela Klewinghaus, Olga Mula
The DUNE-DPG library for solving PDEs with Discontinuous Petrov–Galerkin finite elements
Birane Kane
Using DUNE-FEM for Adaptive Higher Order Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for Two-phase Flow in Porous Media //
Dominic Kempf, Timo Koch
System testing in scientific numerical software frameworks using the example of DUNE
Lars Lubkoll
FunG - Automatic differentiation for invariant-based modeling
Tobias Leibner, René Milk, Felix Schindler
Extending DUNE: The dune-xt modules
Oliver Sander, Timo Koch, Natalie Schröder, Bernd Flemisch
The Dune FoamGrid implementation for surface and network grids