BOP - A Simulator for Large-Scale Process Engineering Problems


The simulator BOP (Block Orientend Process Simulator) is a software package for steady-state, transient and Monte Carlo simulation of large-scale problems from process engineering. The simulation concept is based on a divide-and-conquer strategy which is efficiently applicable on parallel computers with shared memory.


ddfermi - drift diffusion simulation tool


ddfermi is a software prototype which simulates drift diffusion processes in classical and organic semiconductors. It uses a finite volume discretization of the basic semiconductor equations as well as thermodynamically consistent, state-of-the-art flux approximations.


ParMooN - Mathematics and object-oriented Numerics

in cooperation with IISc Bangalore and TU

ParMooN solves equations from Computational Fluid Mechanics, as convection-diffusion equations, incompressible Navier-Stokes equations and systems consisting of these types of equations, on the basis of finite element discretizations and implicit time stepping schemes.


pdelib - a FVM and FEM toolbox for PDEs


The toolbox pdelib has been developed for solving partial differential equations in one, two and three dimensions. It includes a grid generator, iterative and direct solvers for systems of equations, an online graphics package and interfaces to packages of other institutes and companies.


WIAS-TeSCA for two and three dimensional semi-conductor analysis


Augmented by a vast variety of additional physical phenomena playing a role in the operation of specialized semiconductor devices, WIAS-TeSCA serves to simulate numerically the charge carrier transport in semiconductor devices based upon the drift-diffusion model.


TetGen - a Delaunay Tetrahedral Mesh Generator


TetGen is a program for generating tetrahedral meshes from three-dimensional domains. One of its main applications is to generate suitable meshes for numerically solving PDEs by finite element and finite volume methods. TetGen uses Delaunay-based algorithms which have theoretical guarantees on mesh quality and mesh size.