Do you want to meet the community and learn what is new in preCICE? There is no better way than to join one of our workshops! We already had preCICE workshops in February 2020 (Munich) and February 2021 (online/Stuttgart), and are already planning the next one in February 2022 (online/Stuttgart). We are excited to continue to interact with all users/developers/interested-persons and enthusiasts of preCICE.
How our community is using preCICE
We have compiled a community showcase with several of the most impressive preCICE implementations. The range of application fields is diverse, including e.g. simulating the temperatures on the moon, the biomechanics of the heart valve, modelling wind in urban areas, and simluating high impact loads on structures. You can find many more use cases on the projects page.
Do you use preCICE? Tell us your story and will be happy to feature it here!
Contributions to preCICE
Since its first commit in 2008, preCICE has been developed by three generations of doctoral students: simply look at the list of active and previous developers. Your (small or large) contributions are welcome.