New website online

The website dedicated to Legato group is online: !

Team Legato aims at building intuitive and interactive platforms for computational mechanics problems which allow the users to interact with their models and hence gain insights into unconventional counter-intuitive phenomena.
To make such platforms possible, we develop robust parallel numerical methods for direct and statistical inverse problems for free interface problems in mechanics.
We concentrate on error-controlled models and associated discretization schemes for multi-scale and multi-field problems and have been focusing on applications in Computational Biomechanics and Computational Materials Science.
Examples include the prediction of equilibrium phases in nano-composites, simulating fracture in complex aerospace structures, modeling cutting in real-time for surgical simulation.
Our research approach is multi-disciplinary. Our work has been carried out in collaboration with Mathematicians, Computer Scientists, Materials Scientists and Surgeons.
We publish all our codes in the open-source community and have been, in particular, collaborating with major open-source projects such as FEniCS and SOFA. We have also released our own open-source platforms for advanced discretization techniques such as the extended finite element method, meshless methods, isogeometric boundary element and finite element analysis with geometry-independent field approximations.

The goal of the website is to show the research projects we’re working on and provide news about our team. The member of the team are presented in the section People.

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