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You are free to use and modify HOPR for academical purpose. If you use HOPR for your publications, please cite it as follows:

Florian Hindenlang, Thomas Bolemann and Claus-Dieter Munz
Mesh Curving Techniques for High Order Discontinuous Galerkin Simulations
In collection IDIHOM: Industrialization of High-Order Methods-A Top-Down Approach, p.133-152, 2015, Springer

  title={Mesh Curving Techniques for High Order Discontinuous Galerkin Simulations},
  author={Hindenlang, F and Bolemann, T and Munz, C-D},
  booktitle={IDIHOM: Industrialization of High-Order Methods-A Top-Down Approach},

You can find an overview talk on HOPR here.

For the latest version of HOPR visit our project website on Github
After the download, please follow the instructions for Installation. For any questions please use the mailing list or send us a request on Github.

Released Version Description

New features:

  • HOPR now supports non-conforming meshes with a ratio of 2->1 per direction
  • CMake has been added as a build system
  • Improvements in the Gmsh readin routines
  • Code refactoring to be nearer to the Flexi-style
  • General bugfixes and performance improvements

New features:

  • HOPR is now hosted on Github. All new releases can be obtained there.
  • Adapt documentation and build structure for Github.


  • Fix readin of CGNS boundary conditions of types ElementRange and ElementList.

New features:

V1.0 First downloadable version...