DuMux is mainly developed and used at the Department of Hydromechanics and Modelling of Hydrosystems at the University of Stuttgart, Germany. However, the number of external developers and users is growing. We offer a transparent development process in which you can observe and participate on our GitLab instance. Contributions in forms of bug reports, feature requests, and merge request are welcome!
The mailing list (click here to subscribe) is the easiest way to reach out to the DuMux developers. If you have any DuMux -related questions, do not hesitate to send an e-mail to the list—ideally with a detailed description of your problem (minimal working example), sample code and/or a specific question. The answer or solution to your problem might be of help to others as well. Before asking a question, please have a look at the archive to avoid duplicates.
We offer DuMux courses to give potential users the possibility to get started with DuMux having direct support of the developers. The courses are announced on the mailing list, make sure to subscribe if you are interested in a course. The current course material can be found here.
User meetings are a great possibility for DuMux users from different institutions and countries to meet and exchange knowledge about DuMux :