• Feel++ is Copyright © 2010-2015 by- Feel++ Consortium

  • Feel++ is Copyright © 2005-2015 by

    • Université Joseph Fourier (Grenoble, France)

    • University of Coimbra (Portugal)

  • Feel++ is Copyright © 2011-2015 by

    • Université de Strasbourg (France)

  • Feel++ is Copyright © 2011-2015 by CNRS (France)

  • Feel++ is Copyright © 2005-2006 by Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL, Switzerland)


Feel++ is managed by Christophe Prud’homme christophe.prudhomme@feelpp.org, Professor in applied mathematic and scientific computing at the University of Strasbourg, France.


Current Developers and Contributors

The current developers are:

Feel++ benefits from the many discussions and close research collaborations with the following persons:

Finally Feel++ also benefits from discussions within collaborative projects with many people (in no particular order):

Yannick Hoarau, Philippe Gilotte, Benjamin Surowiec, Romain Hild, Marion Spreng, Benjamin Vanthong, Thomas Lantz, Mamadou Camara, Camille Boulard, Pierre Gerhard, Frédéric Hecht, Michel Fouquembergh, Denis Barbier, Jean-Marc Gratien, Daniele Di Pietro.

Past Developers and Contributors

  • Abdoulaye Samake (former Phd student at U. Joseph Fourier, currently at NERSC in Norway)

  • Stéphane Veys (former Phd student at U. Joseph Fourier, currently at CEA in France)

  • Goncalo Pena (formerly at EPFL, currently at U. Coimbra in Portugal)

  • Benjamn Stamm (formerly at EPFL, currently at UPMC in France)

  • Gilles Steiner (formerly at EPFL)

  • Christoph Winkelmann (formerly at EPFL)


Current funding

Feel++ is supported by:

  • ANR projects:

    • VIVABRAIN (MN call - 2013-2017)

    • CHORUS (MN call - 2013-2017)

  • PRACE projects

    • HP-FEEL++ 2015-2016


Past funding

  • ANR:

    • HAMM - (Cosinus call - 2010-2014)

    • OPUS - (TLOG call - 2008-2011)

  • IDEX:

  • FRAE:

    • RB4FASTSIM - 2010-2014

  • PRACE projects:

    • HP-FEEL++ 2013-2014

    • HP-PDE{1,2} 2012-2014

  • The region Rhônes-Alpes thanks the cluster ISLE [fn:2] and the project CHPID since 2009