We are very happy to announce that the third Firedrake user and developer workshop will be held on 26 and 27 September 2019 at Durham University.
The workshop will provide the opportunity for Firedrake users and developers to engage with each other to communicate the ways that Firedrake can be used in simulation science, the latest developments in the project, and the future developments anticipated. The event will provide Firedrake users with the opportunity to spend face to face time with developers and other users.
The workshop will start with a half day Firedrake tutorial for interested new users and the main science programme will start at lunchtime on 26 September. See the programme for detailed timings.
Submission for talks is now closed. If you would still like to bring a poster, please submit an abstract on Easychair (so it appears in the programme, and we know how many poster boards we’ll need).
The workshop programme is available on Easychair.
Slides from the talks have kindly been provided by some of the presenters.
David Acreman: REXI: breaking the time step constraint
Lawrence Mitchell: PCPATCH: topological construction of multigrid relaxation methods
Joe Wallwork: Anisotropic goal-oriented mesh adaptation in Firedrake
There will be a workshop dinner in the evening of 26 September at ASK Italian on Durham’s Millenium Square (easily accessible by foot from the conference location and town centre).
The workshop will be held in room E102 of the Christopherson building in the Department of Computer Science at Durham University.
Early bird registration is now closed. Registration (before 6th September) costs £80. Please register via Event Durham. Registration for the tutorial only is free.
For any queries, please contact Lawrence Mitchell.