11th deal.II Users and Developers Workshop

Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, USA   August 12-16, 2024

Registration: To register, please go here. The deadline for registration is Sunday June 9, 2024. We will notify everyone who applied whether their application was successful by Friday June 21, 2024.
With help from the National Science Foundation, we will be able to support travel to the workshop by US-based undergraduate and graduate students and, if funds are available, of US-based postdocs. When registering, please indicate whether you are requesting travel support.
Of course, we also welcome self-supported participation by faculty, postdocs, and students from the United States and abroad!

Program and Topics

The workshop will have time for both talks and "hackathon"- or "code jam"-style time to work jointly on everyone's projects with plenty of people to ask and get help from. We invite talks and plan discussions by users and existing developers in areas including these:

  • Use cases and applications of the library
  • What users think would be useful directions for the library to go into, things that are missing, and possibly getting people together who can help implement those parts
  • Newer parts of the library and how these could help in your programs.


  • August 11: arrival
  • August 12-16: deal.II workshop
  • August 16 or 17: departure
The complete program and time schedule will be posted before the workshop.


Wolfgang Bangerth (bangerth@colostate.edu), Colorado State University;
Timo Heister (heister@clemson.edu) Clemson University.


When and where?

August 12-16, 2024 at Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, USA. Specific room to be determined.

Travel Information to Fort Collins, CO

Fort Collins is located in Colorado, approximately one hour north of Denver. To get there, you would fly to Denver (airport code DEN, serviced by all major domestic and many international airlines). There is then a shuttle (either Groome Transportation or Landline) that will take you directly to Fort Collins, with the option of being dropped off on campus, close to the hotel for participants.

We will book flights, hotel rooms, and shuttle for you where possible.

Code of Conduct

Colorado State University is receiving funding from the National Science Foundation to support this conference. As a condition of the conference grant, NSF requires that CSU disseminate its policy or code-of-conduct that addresses sexual harassment, other forms of harassment (non-gender or non-sex based harassment prohibited by law), and sexual assault. CSU is committed to providing an environment that respects the dignity and worth of every member of its community including visitors. CSU strives to create and maintain a work and study environment that is fair, inclusive, and responsible so that each member of the CSU community is treated with dignity and respect. To that end, CSU has adopted the following policy:

Colorado State University's Discrimination, Harassment, Sexual Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Stalking, and Retaliation Policy prohibits the named behaviors, including sexual assault.

The policy is well summarized by the first sentence at the page linked to above: Colorado State University is committed to providing an environment that respects the dignity and worth of every member of its community. This statement also reflects the values of the workshop organizers and the deal.II community at large.

CSU's policy identifies the Office of Equal Opportunity (OEO) as the office that handles reports of discrimination and harassment in employment or educational opportunity, including sexual harassment complaints involving both students and non-student Covered Persons. For detailed information on complaint procedures, please visit the Office of Equal Opportunity.