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-The current version of OOFEM is <color red>2.4</​color>​ released ​Feb152016+The current version of OOFEM is <color red>2.5</​color>​ released ​Dec302017
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-=====15/02/2016 - Official Release ​of OOFEM, version 2.4=====+ 
 +=====Research position in University ​of Zagreb===== 
 +Department of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering at University of Zagreb is looking for Research assistant to develop efficient methodology for FEM based structural analysis of marine structures in OOFEM. 
 +More details in {{ :​en:​download:​asistent_remake_2018_eng_v9.pdf |leaflet}}. 
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-The development team is pleased to announce ​the official release ​of OOFEM 2.4New features include:+<WRAP oofeminfo round> 
 + 
 +=====OOFEM training course===== 
 + 
 +OOFEM.org ​is announcing ​the availability ​of a training course for 
 +Ph.D. students, engineers, and researchers to 
 +allow them to quickly acquire the knowledge and practical skills 
 +necessary to employ ​OOFEM. ​ 
 +  * Course date: 10-12September, 2018 
 +  * Venue: Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic 
 +  * See [[en:courses|Courses]] page for more information and registration
  
-  * Added new StaticStructural,​ TransientTransport,​ and Warping analyses, as well as new Particle FEM CFD submodule. 
-  * MKL Pardiso solver support with optimized CSC implementation,​ support for block matrices in PETSc 
-  * New structural elements: MITC4 and trshell02 shells, 3D plane stress Almann element 
-  * Added support for global condensation (fixes many issues on beam elements) ​ 
-  * And many improvements and bug-fixes, for more information see the [[en:​changelog|ChangeLog]] 
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-=====12/02/​2014 ​- Official Release of OOFEM, version 2.3=====+ 
 +=====30/12/2017 - Official Release of OOFEM, version 2.5===== 
 + 
 + 
 +The development team is pleased to announce the official release of OOFEM 2.5. New features include: 
 + 
 +        * Added linear and quadratic wedge elements for transport 
 + * unv2oofem python3 support, added support for sets 
 + * boundarysurfaceload support for cct element 
 + * Implementation of quasi-continuum 
 + * PARDISO_ORG sparse solver support 
 + * Added SuperLU_MT interface, new -p option to set number of threads 
 + * Added new material models for concrete: ConcreteFCM,​ FRCFCM and FRCFCMNL 
 + * Unified boundary load evaluation 
 + * Added subsoil elements 
 + * And many improvements and bug-fixes, for more information see the [[en:​changelog|ChangeLog]]
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-The official release of OOFEM 2.3 is now available. New features include:+<WRAP oofeminfo round>
  
-  * XFEM support for cracks in 2D including branch functions and coupling ​of cohesive zones with XFEM+=====15/​02/​2016 - Official Release ​of OOFEM, version 2.4===== 
-  * Support for Sets: Useable for boundary conditions, cross-sections+ 
-  * FE^2 support for incompressible fluids with DirichletNeumann ​and periodic boundary conditions+ 
-  * Improved generic geometric nonlinearitymany elements are now supported. +The development team is pleased to announce the official release of OOFEM 2.4. New features include: 
-  * New structural elements: ​3D wedges, DKT plate element ​and plane stress element ​with vertex rotations.+ 
 +  * Added new StaticStructural,​ TransientTransport, and Warping analyses, as well as new Particle FEM CFD submodule
 +  * MKL Pardiso solver support with optimized CSC implementationsupport for block matrices in PETSc 
 +  * New structural elements: ​MITC4 and trshell02 shells, 3D plane stress ​Almann ​element 
 +  * Added support for global condensation (fixes many issues on beam elements) ​
   * And many improvements and bug-fixes, for more information see the [[en:​changelog|ChangeLog]]   * And many improvements and bug-fixes, for more information see the [[en:​changelog|ChangeLog]]
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