Mesh Generation & Grid Generation on the Web
The aim of this document is to provide information on mesh and grid generation: people working in the field, research groups, books and conferences. It is maintained by Robert Schneiders.
Mesh generation is an interdisciplinary area, and people from different departments are working on it: Mathematicians, computer scientists, engineers from many disciplines. Despite the fact that surprisingly many people are active in the field, often there are few contacts between researchers. The aim of this page is to improve communication between research groups and to help people to get an overview of the field.
The page is organized as follows:
People and research groups: Info on meshing research at universities, companies, government labs etc.
List of people: A directory of people working on mesh generation.
Latest news: What's up in mesh generation.
Software: A list of programs, both public domain and commercial.
Conferences: Information on conferences, summerschools, short courses etc.
Literature: Books, reviews, online sources and course materials.
Open positions: Career opportunities for people with background in mesh generation.
Information on related topics: Pages with information on CFD, scientific computing, computational geometry and other fields related to mesh generation.
Service for frequent readers: You can find all entries, sorted by time of insertion, here (there is also an archive page).
Research on mesh generation is abundant, and I don't claim to give a complete overview. In order make this page a useful service for the mesh generation community, I need help from other people. So if you are interested in getting put on the list, or if you have any comments or hints on other sources of information on mesh generation in the net, please send me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
A valuable source of information is the Meshing Research Corner, a comprehensive database with literature on mesh generation. It is maintained by Steve Owen.