[CIG-ALL] FW: deal.II workshop

Lorraine Hwang ljhwang at ucdavis.edu
Wed Jun 26 09:34:21 PDT 2013

Dear CIG Community;

Below is a great opportunity to become involved in the development of the
deal.ii library for potential, new and seasoned users & developers.
deali.ii is used extensively in the new mantle code Aspect .

Please note the registration deadline is SOON - June 30th.



Dear deal.II users and developers,

the fourth deal.II users' and developers' workshop will be held August 19-22
in College Station, TX. The intent of this workshop is to discuss
applications and tools using deal.II, as well as future directions of the
library itself.

We invite talks and plan discussions by users and existing developers in the
following areas:
  - use cases and applications of the library
  - what users think would be useful directions for the library
    to go into, things that are missing, and possibly getting
    people together who can help implement those parts
  - newer parts of the library (e.g., cmake, large parallel
    computations, etc.) and how these could help in your programs.
The workshop will also have several "code jam" sessions where people can ask
questions, work on their codes together, and receive help from experienced

Please register via an informal email to buerg at math.tamu.edu and include the
following information:
- your full name
- your address and institution
- whether you would like to present a talk (please do so)
- whether you will need travel support (see below)

Deadline for registration: June 30, 2013.

Travel support:
A limited amount of (domestic) travel support is available courtesy of the
National Science Foundation, and will be given on a first come first serve
basis to those presenting a talk on their work, with preference to
undergraduate and graduate students. If you need support, please state so in
your registration.

Further information:

The organizers
   Markus Buerg (Texas A&M University)
   Timo Heister (Texas A&M University)
   Matthias Maier (Heidelberg University)
   Wolfgang Bangerth (Texas A&M University)

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