Join our Team
- Paul Fischer (Founder and Chief Architect)
- Stefan Kerkemeier (Maintainer)
- James Lottes
- Ananias Tomboulides
- Aleksandr Obabko
- Elia Merzari
- Yulia Peet
- Adam Peplinski
- Oana Marin
- Ron Rahaman
- Katherine Heisey
Although many people join the our community every year, a few groups and individuals around the world have been using Nek5000 consistently and contributed to our project for a very long time.
- Christos Frouzakis (ETH)
- Philipp Schlatter (KTH)
- Ricardo Vinuesa (KTH)
- Katherine Mavriplis (University of Ottawa)
- S. Balachandar (University of Florida)
If you want to take an active hand in making Nek5000 even better, there are many ways you can contribute – adding new physics, improving our documentation, creating tutorials etc.
Get Help on the Mailing List
If you are a user, it is helpful to sign up for the mailing list. Here you can post questions, concerns or suggestions. You may also browse the archive to find issues that have already been addressed.
Share your Work
Follow #nek5000 on Twitter and get a broad range of posts on topics such as performance studies, latest developments, to discussions of Nek5000 in specific application areas, to recently published papers which have made use of the code.
Come to our Events
In 2010, we held the first Nek5000 Users Meeting, which was a great success. It is now an event every second year. The next meeting is in 2018 and details will be available soon.
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