Automated Solution of Differential Equations by the Finite Element Method - The FEniCS Book
- A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal, G. N. Wells
It is the final project for the degree program " Umweltschutztechnik " at the University of Stuttgart. Most parts of this thesis were written at the Simula Research Laboratory, Oslo. I am very grateful for the possibility that was given to me, to work abroad in such a great working environment, with so many open-minded people. First of all I want to thank Prof. Rainer Helmig, who gave me this opportunity. I want to thank Kent-Andre Mardal, who was my supervisor in Oslo. He was always very helpful and supportive during my stay at Simula. Thanks to Øyvind Evju, who was my second supervisor in Oslo helped me when needed. Another thanks goes to Katherina Baber. She was my supervisor in Ger-many and helped me, especially during the last month of finalizing my work. A five year long study now comes to an end and I would like to thank my friends and the people who were surrounding me during this period of my life. Last, but not the least, I want to thank my parents and my sisters for their love and support.