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  1. Pérez Zerpa, Jorge M.; Canelas, Alfredo: Efficient formulations of the material identification problem using full-field measurements (2016)
  2. Richardson, Casey L.; Younes, Laurent: Metamorphosis of images in reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces (2016)
  3. Jiang, Yi; Xie, Yang; Ying, Jinyong; Xie, Dexuan; Yu, Zeyun: SDPBS web server for calculation of electrostatics of ionic solvated biomolecules (2015)
  4. Pauletti, M.Sebastian; Martinelli, Massimiliano; Cavallini, Nicola; Antolin, Pablo: Igatools: an isogeometric analysis library (2015)
  5. Ribés, Alejandro; Lorendeau, Benjamin; Jomier, Julien; Fournier, Yvan: In-situ visualization in computational fluid dynamics using open-source tools: Integration of Catalyst into \itCode_Saturne (2015)
  6. Wong, Kwai; D’Azevedo, Eduardo; Hu, Zhiang; Kail, Andrew; Su, Shiquan: Solving a large-scale thermal radiation problem using an interoperable executive library framework on petascale supercomputers (2015)
  7. Ameli, Siavash; Desai, Yogin; Shadden, Shawn C.: Development of an efficient and flexible pipeline for Lagrangian coherent structure computation (2014)
  8. Berger-Vergiat, Luc; McAuliffe, Colin; Waisman, Haim: Isogeometric analysis of shear bands (2014)
  9. Chen, Goong; Xiong, Qingang; Morris, Philip J.; Paterson, Eric G.; Sergeev, Alexey; Wang, Yi-Ching: OpenFOAM for computational fluid dynamics (2014)
  10. Elguedj, T.; Hughes, T.J.R.: Isogeometric analysis of nearly incompressible large strain plasticity (2014)
  11. Mcauliffe, Colin; Waisman, Haim: A Pian-Sumihara type element for modeling shear bands at finite deformation (2014)
  12. Nguyen, Vinh Phu; Kerfriden, Pierre; Brino, Marco; Bordas, Stéphane P.A.; Bonisoli, Elvio: Nitsche’s method for two and three dimensional NURBS patch coupling (2014)
  13. Talebi, Hossein; Silani, Mohammad; Bordas, Stéphane P.A.; Kerfriden, Pierre; Rabczuk, Timon: A computational library for multiscale modeling of material failure (2014)
  14. Tang, Liqun; Shi, Xuepeng; Zhang, Lue; Liu, Zejia; Jiang, Zhenyu; Liu, Yiping: Effects of statistics of cell’s size and shape irregularity on mechanical properties of 2D and 3D Voronoi foams (2014)
  15. Dalissier, E.; Guichard, C.; Havé, P.; Masson, R.; Yang, C.: ComPASS: a tool for distributed parallel finite volume discretizations on general unstructured polyhedral meshes (2013)
  16. McAuliffe, Colin; Waisman, Haim: Mesh insensitive formulation for initiation and growth of shear bands using mixed finite elements (2013)
  17. Styles, V.: An evolving surface finite element method for the numerical solution of diffusion induced grain boundary motion (2013)
  18. Abali, B.E.; Völlmecke, C.; Woodward, B.; Kashtalyan, M.; Guz, I.; Müller, W.H.: Numerical modeling of functionally graded materials using a variational formulation (2012)
  19. Elliott, Charles M.; Styles, Vanessa: An ALE ESFEM for solving PDEs on evolving surfaces (2012)
  20. Kreuzer, Christian: Analysis of an adaptive Uzawa finite element method for the nonlinear Stokes problem (2012)

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