Users are welcome to add themselves to the list. Developers are strongly encouraged to list themselves and their research interests below (even if it is just planned development).
|A. Forghani||University of British Columbia, Vancouver||I use oofem in modeling of damage in composites.|
|Mikael Öhman||Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg||General design, Sets, Boundary conditions, Stokes flow, FE2, PETSc, VTK, CMake, BLAS/LAPACK||I'm developing code for OOFEM to perform multiscale computations with surface potentials. I'm always trying to improve the general design in OOFEM which hopefully makes things simpler for everyone.|
|Martin Hlavačka||Czech Technical University in Prague, Prague||I use OOFEM to investigate damage of buildings caused by tunneling.|
|Jim Brouzoulis||Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg||XFEM, Large deformations, Shell elements, VTK, FractureManager (WIP)||I use OOFEM in the development of models for simulation of failure in composites. My work focus on modelling progressive failure involving multiple delaminations and crack growth using the XFEM.|
|Giovanni Rinaldin||University of Sassari, Italy||UEL and UMAT interfaces, Shell elements, VTK, beams, parallel version||I use OOFEM for the simulation of shaking tests of XLam buildings.|
|Bailey Curzadd||Technical University of Munich||2D/3D continuum elements, Coupled thermal and structural simulations, VTK||I use OOFEM for topology optimization of components under high heat flux and homogenization of additively-manufactured microstructures.|