Albany is an implicit, unstructured grid, finite element code for the solution and analysis of multiphysics problems. The Albany repository on the GitHub site contains hundreds of regression tests and examples that demonstrate the code’s capabilities on a wide variety of problems including fluid mechanics, solid mechanics (elasticity and plasticity), ice-sheet flow, quantum device modeling, and many other applications. The Albany web page is located at

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  1. Freno, Brian A.; Carlberg, Kevin T.: Machine-learning error models for approximate solutions to parameterized systems of nonlinear equations (2019)
  2. Wang, Kun; Sun, WaiChing: Meta-modeling game for deriving theory-consistent, microstructure-based traction-separation laws via deep reinforcement learning (2019)
  3. Wang, Kun; Sun, WaiChing; Du, Qiang: A cooperative game for automated learning of elasto-plasticity knowledge graphs and models with AI-guided experimentation (2019)
  4. Alleman, Coleman N.; Foulk, James W. III; Mota, Alejandro; Lim, Hojun; Littlewood, David J.: Concurrent multiscale modeling of microstructural effects on localization behavior in finite deformation solid mechanics (2018)
  5. Li, Zhen; Bloomfield, Max O.; Oberai, Assad A.: Simulation of finite-strain inelastic phenomena governed by creep and plasticity (2018)
  6. Na, SeonHong; Sun, WaiChing: Computational thermomechanics of crystalline rock. I: A combined multi-phase-field/crystal plasticity approach for single crystal simulations (2018)
  7. Roy, Souvik; Juha, Mario; Shephard, Mark S.; Maniatty, Antoinette M.: Heat transfer model and finite element formulation for simulation of selective laser melting (2018)
  8. Wang, Kun; Sun, WaiChing: A multiscale multi-permeability poroplasticity model linked by recursive homogenizations and deep learning (2018)
  9. Mota, Alejandro; Tezaur, Irina; Alleman, Coleman: The Schwarz alternating method in solid mechanics (2017)
  10. Paul T. Bauman, Roy H. Stogner: GRINS: A Multiphysics Framework Based on the libMesh Finite Element Library (2015) arXiv