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## Solving PDEs - Finite Elements and deal.II

Get an introduction to the Finite Element method and the C++ library deal.II

Most problems in physics involve solving partial differential equations (PDEs). Most of the time, we can not give a simple analytic solution for the problem, we therefore use numerical simulations.

There are different ways, to solve PDEs numerically. Finite Difference (FD) and Finite Volumes (FV) are the most common (for physicist), but the (in some ways superior) Finite Element (FE) method is less known. I want to give a short introduction to the FE method, and introduce you to comprehensive the C++ library deal.II that allows you to easily implement FE simulations.

Since I don't know how much interest there is in this topic, I am open to discuss the format of this session. We can have it as a "lecture like" introduction, hands on tutorial or open discussion.

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