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 +======OOFEM History and Credits======
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 +[[en:​credits#​history|History]] | [[en:​credits#​thanks|Credits]]
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 +OOFEM has been under continuous development since 1997. 
 +The project started in 1993 as part of Borek Patzak PhD thesis on computational modeling
 +of concrete structures. The initial source of inspiration at the
 +beginning (1993), was [[http://​​femobj.htm|FEM_Object]]
 +program, written by T. Zimmermann and Y. Dubois-Pelerin,​ from which some
 +ideas and routines are used.
 +Since then, the code has been further developped at Cech Technical University in
 +Prague, Faculty of Civil Engineering,​ [[http://​​web/​index.php?&​lang=en|Department of Mechanics]].
 +In 2001 the project has been officially released under open-source
 +licence and many developpers and users around the world have joined
 +the OOFEM comminity and contributed to its development. ​
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 +The people listed below have made significant contributions to oofem
 +by working long and hard to make quality software for the rest of the
 +world to use.
 +**[[http://​​~bp/​|Bořek Patzák]]**,​ (OOFEM Architect, Project Leader, coding, documentation,​ testing)\\
 +**Zdeněk Bittnar** (special thanks for valuable comments on the functionality and documentation)\\
 +**[[http://​​~milan/​|Milan Jirásek]]**,​ (Sloan renumbering,​ stimulating discussions)\\
 +**[[http://​|Petr Bittnar]]**,​ for valuable help with css\\
 +**Simon Rolshoven**,​ (Drucker Prager plasticity model)\\
 +**Ladislav Svoboda**, (hanging nodes, cct3d and tr_shell01 elements)\\
 +**Jaroslav Kruis**, (implementation of some elements)\\
 +**Jiří Němeček**,​ (microplane model implementation)\\
 +**Peter Grassl**, (truss2d improvements,​ damage-plastic model for concrete concreteDPM)\\
 +**Richard Vondráček**,​ (implementation of Direct Sparse Solver)\\
 +**Jose E. Roman, Francisco Alvaro**, (interface to SLEPc)\\
 +**Růžena Chamrová**,​ (implementation of XFEM support)\\
 +**[[http://​​~dr|Daniel Rypl]]**, (subdivision in 3D, cooperation on IGA module)\\
 +**[[http://​​~smilauer|Vít Šmilauer]]**,​ (homogenization,​ interface to CEMHYD3D, damage model for orthotropic materials)\\
 +**Martin Horák**, (nonlinear formulation of some elements)\\
 +**Petr Havlásek**,​ (advanced implementation of B3 material model based on solidification thery)\\
 +**Filip Kolařík**,​ (P2P1 Taylor Hood element)\\
 +**Mathieu Charlebois** (Orthotropic elastoplastic model with isotropic damage)\\
 +**Mikael Öhman** (Developing multiscale models and models for surface tension driven free surface flows)\\
 +**Jim Brouzoulis** (Modeling delaminations and cracks using XFEM in composite shells)\\
 +**Carl Sandström** (Computational homogenization for coupling Stokes'​ flow with Darcy flow)\\
 +**Martin Fagerström** (Implementation of cohesive zone models for modelling of delamination in composites)\\
 +**Erik Svenning** (Modeling of cracks and fracture using XFEM)\\
 +<​!-- ​
 +**Darwin Martinez** and **Oswaldo Meneses**, (translation of User manual to Spanish)
 +If you would like to help OOFEM being better, there are number of ways how to [[en:​help_wanted|contribute to OOFEM]].
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