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For more information, have a look at [http://www.precice.org/ www.precice.org] or check out the source code on [https://github.com/precice github].  
 
For more information, have a look at [http://www.precice.org/ www.precice.org] or check out the source code on [https://github.com/precice github].  
  
There are always open projects, whether your a computer science, a CSE, an MSE, or a math student. Since recently, also projects with industrial partners are on the agenda. To get your project, please first follow the [https://github.com/precice/precice/wiki/Building installation guide] of preCICE and try the [https://github.com/precice/precice/wiki/1D-Example 1D-Tutorial]. Then, simply contact me sending your transcript of records and your CV.  
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There are always open projects, whether you are a computer science, a CSE, an MSE, or a math student. Since recently, also projects with industrial partners are on the agenda. To get your project, please first follow the [https://github.com/precice/precice/wiki/Building installation guide] of preCICE and try the [https://github.com/precice/precice/wiki/1D-Example 1D-Tutorial]. Then, simply contact me sending your transcript of records and your CV.  
  
 
=== Completed Student Projects ===
 
=== Completed Student Projects ===

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preCICE is an open-source coupling library for partitioned multi-physics simulations developed at TUM and the University of Stuttgart. This includes, but is not restricted to fluid-structure interaction. The software offers methods for equation coupling, communication means, and data mapping schemes. Ready-to-use adapters for well known commercial and open-source solvers, including OpenFOAM, SU2, CalculiX, Ansys FLUENT, and COMSOL, are available. Adapters for in-house codes can be implemented and validated in only a few weeks. For more information, have a look at www.precice.org or check out the source code on github.

There are always open projects, whether you are a computer science, a CSE, an MSE, or a math student. Since recently, also projects with industrial partners are on the agenda. To get your project, please first follow the installation guide of preCICE and try the 1D-Tutorial. Then, simply contact me sending your transcript of records and your CV.

Completed Student Projects

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