Session 1 (Zoom) (13:00–14:40 GMT)
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Session 2 (Zoom) (15:00–16:30 GMT)
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Session 3 (Zoom) (17:00–18:30 GMT)
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Evening session (Gather Town) (19:30–21:00 GMT)
Q&A with the FEniCS steering council
Welcome & Introduction
Prizes & Conclusion
Drinks reception
On Monday evening, we congregated in the Gather Town reception room for a drinks reception, where you got a chance to mingle and chat with other conference delegates.

As the conference was virtual, everyone had to provide your own drinks. Any alcoholic or non-alcoholic drink was acceptable.
Patient specific brain simulations with FEniCS and Freesurfer
Vegard Vinje
A finite element model of electric fields in the brain
Vyassa Baratham
Astrophysical tests of gravity using FEniCS
Andrius Tamosiunas
A study of the time independent grade two model in a 2D contraction rheometer
Måns Andersson
Multiscale-in-time modeling of myocardial growth & disease progression
Marc Hirschvogel
External operators in UFL and Firedrake
Nacime Bouziani
Linear multipoint constraints in FEniCSx
Jørgen Schartum Dokken
Implementation of p-multigrid and approximate fast diagonalization methods in Firedrake
Pablo Brubeck
Dynamic composition of solvers for coupled problems in DOLFINx
Martin Řehoř
Additive Schwarz methods for serendipity elements
Jorge Marchena Menendez
Domain decomposition of stochastic PDEs using FEniCS
Abhijit Sarkar
Towards IEM-FEM coupling for simulation of photoacoustic trace gas sensors
Xiaoyu Wei
On the reproducibility of numerical experiments with FEniCS
Paul Garlick
mgis.fenics Part I: Coupling MFront and FEniCS for complex solid mechanics simulations
Thomas Helfer
mgis.fenics Part II: Cosserat media in small deformation with mgis.fenics
Tamara Dancheva
Discussion tables
On Tuesday evening, we congregated in the Gather Town meeting room to have open discussions around a selection of topics.

Six tables each had a topic for discussion written on them. Everyone joined whichever table they want to, or moved between tables to drop into multiple discussions. The topics were:

Solvers, Time, Meshing + i/o, DG, HPC, Coupling to other software.
FFCx code generation for expressions
Michal Habera
Explicit dual space representation in UFL
India Marsden
Turning FEniCS inside out
Chris Richardson
Making point sets first class in UFL and Firedrake
Reuben W. Nixon-Hill
dolfiny: Convenience wrappers for DOLFINx
Andreas Zilian
Back to Basix: Construction of arbitrary order finite element DOF maps on polygonal and polyhedral cell meshes
Matthew Scroggs
hIPPYlib-MUQ: Scalable Markov chain Monte Carlo sampling methods for large-scale Bayesian inverse problems governed by PDEs
Ki-Tae Kim
Artificial neural network for bifurcating phenomena modelled by nonlinear parametrized PDEs
Federico Pichi
Run-time from 300 years to 300 min: Lessons learned in large-scale modeling in FEniCS
Abhinav Gupta
Piola-mapped finite elements in Firedrake for linear elasticity and Stokes flow
Francis Aznaran
UFL to GPU: Generating near roofline actions kernels
Kaushik Kulkarni
A second order scheme to compute geometric interfaces with applications in microfluids
Stephan Schmidt
Stochastic topology optimisation for robust and manufacturable designs
Johannes Neumann
Computing multiple solutions of topology optimisation problems with FEniCS
Ioannis Papadopoulos
Shape optimization in coupled fluid-structure systems using Multiphenics
Harisankar Ramaswamy
ATOMiCS: topology optimization using FEniCS and OpenMDAO
Jiayao Yan
FEniCS quiz night
On Wednesday evening, we congregated in the Gather Town pub for a quiz.

You could enter the quiz in teams of four, and there were prizes for the best performing team.
Simple and sharp: Error estimates of Bank–Weiser type in the FEniCS Project
Jack S. Hale
Local a posteriori error estimates for the spectral fractional Laplacian
Raphaël Bulle
Making linearized methods in fluid mechanics available to a broader audience with FEniCS
Thomas Ludwig Kaiser
Predicting sound absorption in additively manufactured porous materials using multiscale simulations in FEniCS
Kamil C. Opiela
Modelling of solidification problems with FEniCS
Florian Arbes
Digital Math: Solving the reproducibility crisis in the digital era
Johan Jansson
Coupling of non-matching isogeometric shells, with applications in aerospace structures
Han Zhao
Generating layer-adapted meshes using mesh PDEs
Róisín Hill
CutFEM-style methods in FEniCSx: CAD and level sets
August Johansson
Finite elements on accelerators: an experience using FEniCSx and SYCL
Igor Baratta
Working with complex meshes: The mesh processing pipeline
U Meenu Krishnan
Conference dinner
At the start of Thursday's evening session, we met in the Gather Town garden to take a conference photo.

On Thursday evening, we would normally meet up in a pub for a drink and chat before heading to the conference dinner. There wasn't an actual dinner at this virtual conference, but we met up in the Gather Town pub for a drink and a chat.
Numerical investigation of the interaction of two electrolytic drops under an external electric field
Shyam Sunder Yadav
FESTIM, a modelling code for hydrogen transport in materials for nuclear fusion applications
Rémi Delaporte-Mathurin
Interfacing AceGEN and FEniCS for advanced constitutive models
Jakub Lengiewicz
FEniCS-preCICE: Coupling FEniCS to other simulation software
Ishaan Desai
Motion of synthetic microswimmers at low Reynolds numbers with FEniCS
Roberto Ausas
Development of an open-source-based framework for multiphysical crystal growth simulations
Arved Enders-Seidlitz
Coupling of thermomechanics with electromagnetism in FEniCS
Bilen Emek Abali
Implementation of a nonlinear anisotropic image denoising model in FEniCS
Abderrazzak Boufala
Bistatic polarimetric through-wall SAR public release data set
Daniel Andre
Nonlocal UFL: Finite elements for Helmholtz equations with a nonlocal boundary condition
Benjamin Sepanski
Plasma modelling using FEniCS and FEDM
Aleksandar P. Jovanovic
Implementation of fluid-structure interactions for rigid body motion in FEniCS using immersed finite element method
Chayut Teeraratkul
Direct FEM Simulation for air pollution dispersion in building aerodynamics
Linde van Beers
A tracer's sojourn in a compressible velocity field
Nate Sime
Hang out and goodbyes
On Friday evening, we congregated in Gather Town for a chat, and to say farewell to the people we met at the conference.
A two-level nonlinear beam model using adjoints
Marco Morandini
Interoperability with automatic differentiation libraries through NumPy interface to FEniCS
Ivan Yashchuk
Developing an automatized optimization problem in FEniCS for parameter determination of metamaterials
Navid Shekarchizadeh
Total generalized variation for piecewise constant functions
Lukas Baumgärnter
Efficient Hessian computation in deterministic and Bayesian inverse problems
Daniel I Gendin
Dissipative materials models with Materiaux and FEniCS
Matthias Rambausek
Reduced order methods for optimal flow control: FEniCS-based applications
Maria Strazzullo
A generic FEniCS-framework for moment approximations of Boltzmann's equation
Edilbert Christhuraj
Hybridized discontinuous Galerkin methods for the Stokes and Navier–Stokes equations in FEniCSx: non-simplex cells and curved geometries
Joseph P. Dean
Semismooth Newton method for Bingham flow
Alexei Gazca
Non-intrusive reduced order modeling of linear poroelasticity in heterogeneous porous media
Teeratorn Kadeethum
Consensus ADMM for inverse problems governed by multiple PDE models
Luke Lozenski
Automating the formulation and resolution of convex variational problems with the fenics_optim package
Jeremy Bleyer
Generating high-order time stepping methods
Robert Kirby