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The `oomph-lib`

"architects" are (in no particular order)

...assisted by former/current project/MSc/PhD students and collaborators who made (or are still making) significant contributions to the development of the library (listed in reverse chronological order):

**Thierry****Gonon**implemented the methodology to subtract singular (or non-singular) functions off solutions to the Poisson and Navier-Stokes equations.**Chris****Johnson**has provided many bug fixes.**Puneet****Matharu**works on the implementation of geometric multigrid solvers, particularly for Helmholtz equations.**Chihebeddine****Hammami**worked on the implementation of Yulii Shikhmurzaev's interface formation theory.**Narjes****Akriche**worked on pseudo-resonances in acoustic fluid-structure interaction problems.**Aman****Rajvardhan**worked on implementing surfactant transport equations in two- and three-dimensional geometries.**Jordan****Rosso**worked on topological fluid mechanics of the the Karman vortex street.**Florian****Molinier**did some early work on the coupled solution of the axisymmetric free-surface Navier-Stokes equations and the axisymmetric Foeppl von Karman equations.**Jonathan****Deakin**worked on a glaciology-related melt problem (and has since returned as PhD student to work on the numerical solution of acoustic fluid-structure interaction problems).**Draga****Pihler-Puzovic**worked on the the coupled solution of the Foeppl von Karman equations and the Reynolds lubrication equation to model wrinkling/fingering in elastic-walled Hele-Shaw cells.**Joris****Ferrand**worked on the solution of the Foeppl von Karman equations.**Harsh****Ranjan**worked on multiple solutions of Navier–Stokes flows in curved tubes.**Anton****Martinsson**implemented the machinery required to output`oomph-lib`

data in paraview format, bypassing the need for running the time-consuming tecplot to paraview conversion scripts. He also implemented the displacement-based axisymmetric Foeppl von Karman equations.**André****Von****Borries**is working on free-surface Navier–Stokes and lubrication theory problems.**Matthew****Walker**implemented PML methods for the azimuthally Fourier-decomposed Helmholtz equations.**Joris****Ferrand**implemented the axisymmetric Foeppl von Karman equations.**Philippe****Mesnard**worked on acoustic FSI problems and introduced many improvements to`oomph-lib's`

machinery for handling such problems.**Florian****Molinier**worked on the coupling of the free surface Navier-Stokes equations and the axisymmetric Foeppl von Karman equations (in the context of simulating flows in elastic-walled Hele-Shaw problems).**David****Nigro**developed and implemented much of the machinery for acoustic fluid-structure interaction problems.**Matthew****Russell**implemented the Foeppl-von-Karman equations; he now continues to work on poro-elastic FSI problems.**Raphael****Perillat**worked on the simulation of flows in elastic-walled Hele-Shaw cells.**Robert****Harter**works on acoustic fluid-structure interaction problems.**Radu****Cimpeanu**implemented the PML boundary conditions for the Helmholtz equations and the time-harmonic equations of linear elasticity.**Julio****Perez****Sansalvador**works on parallel unstructured mesh adaptation.**David****Shepherd**works on the numerical solution of micromagnetic problems.**Ray****White**is working on block preconditioners.**Nico****Bergemann**made (and continues to make) significant contributions to the adaptive unstructured mesh (re-)generation capabilities for free-surface problems.**Ben****Saxby**works on hp adaptivity and XFEM.**Michael****Crabb**worked on Discontinuous Galerkin (DG) methods.**Peter****Ashcroft**worked on eigenvalue problems.**Jeremy****van****Chu**contributed to the completion the tecplot to paraview conversion scripts and significantly extended the the paraview tutorial. He also developed the`LineVisualiser`

machinery (which allows the extraction of computational data along lines in a higher-dimensional domain) and wrote the domain-based tube mesh.**Guilherme****Rocha**developed elements to simulate Hele-Shaw problems (by solving the free-surface Reynolds lubrication equations).**Ahmed****Wassfi**extended**Tarak****Kharrat's**work on the Helmholtz equation and implemented the Fourier-decomposed version of this equation.**Alexandre****Raczynski**keeps providing bug fixes and contributed to the completion the tecplot to paraview conversion scripts discussed in the the paraview tutorial.**David****Rutter**wrote the tutorial for the linear elasticity equations.**Tarak****Kharrat**implemented the Helmholtz elements and the methodology to apply the Sommerfeld radiation condition.**Luigi****Collucci**continued Benjamin Metz's work and developed the interface from`oomph-lib`

to`Triangle`

.**Francisco****Jose****Blanco****Rodriguez**worked on free-surface problems and wrote the driver code that simulates the Rayleigh instability of an axisymmetric jet.**Wassamon****Phusakulkajorn**worked on C1-continuous triangular finite elements for shell, beam and biharmonic problems.**Benjamin****Metz**worked on adaptivity and solution transfer for unstructured meshes.**Amine****Massit**worked on outflow boundary conditions for Navier-Stokes problems and physiological FSI problems based on meshes generated by vmtk.**Patrick****Hurley**works on free surface Navier-Stokes problems.**Andy Gait**worked on parallelisation, in particular the problem distribution and the subsequent distributed mesh adaptation.**Angelo Simone**wrote python scripts that convert`oomph-lib's`

output to the vtu format that can be read by paraview; see the paraview tutorial for details.**Sophie****Kershaw**worked on the Navier-Stokes equations in spherical coordinates.**Floraine****Cordier**developed the driver codes and tutorials for the flow past the elastic leaflet and Turek & Hron's FSI benchmark. In the process she significantly extended`oomph-lib's`

FSI capabilities.**Stefan Kollmannsberger**and his students Iason Papaioannou and Orkun Oezkan Doenmez developed early versions of the code for Turek & Hron's FSI benchmark and its non-FSI counterpart.**Cedric Ody**developed the`YoungLaplace`

elements and their refineable counterparts to study capillary statics problems.**Alice****Gaertig**developed interfaces to the third-party mesh generators`Triangle`

,`TetGen`

, ,`Geompack++`

, and`CQMesh`

.**Claire****Blancon**developed the demo drivers for the collapsible channel problem (with and without fluid-structure interaction).**Nick****Chapman**worked on the implementation of triangular and tet-elements.**Chris****Gold**implemented explicit timestepping schemes.**Phil****Haines**worked on bifurcation detection and tracking for the Navier-Stokes equations and developed the formulation of the equations in plane polar coordinates.**Richard****Muddle**worked on the block preconditioning techniques for the biharmonic (and many other) equations, and parallel solvers.**Glyn****Rees**worked on iterative linear solvers and multigrid**Alberto****de****Lozar**worked on 3D free-surface Navier-Stokes problems.**Jonathan****Boyle**developed the initial interfaces to third-party iterative solvers and is now involved in the further parallelisation of the code and the implementation and application of block-preconditioning techniques for Navier-Stokes and fluid-structure interaction problems.**Renaud****Schleck**completed the octree-based mesh refinement procedures and wrote the MPI-based parallel assembly routines and the interfaces to SuperLU_dist.**Sharaf****Al-Sharif**provided the initial implementation of nodal spectral elements.**Daniel****Meyer**used oomph-lib to study a variety of axisymmetric Navier-Stokes problems, with and without free surfaces, and developed drafts for many of our tutorials.**Alexandre****Klimowicz**worked on block-preconditioning methods.**Jean-Michel****Lenoir**implemented the first part of the octree-based 3D mesh refinement procedures.**Gemma****Barson**provided the initial implementation for the 2D Delaunay mesh generation procedures.

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