NiHu  2.0
NiHu 2.0


  • NiHu 2.0 is released on 2020.02.03.
    • Support for fast multipole methods (FMM)
      • Generic implementation with exploiting the NiHu core
      • Parallelization using the OpenMP standard
      • Build standalone or Matlab-based applications
    • Algorithms for nearly singular integration
    • Collected applications for conventional and fast multipole BEM
    • Benchmark cases for linear acoustics
    • For a detailed description of new features visit the What's new in release 2.0? page
  • NiHu 1.1 is released on 2014.03.28.
    • Support for vector PDE
    • Support for the easy incorporation of fundamental solutions
    • A generic approach for the accurate evaluation of strongly and hypersingular integrals
    • For a detailed description of new features visit the What's new in release 1.1? page
  • Nightly builds are available from 2013.09.27 built daily at 1 a.m. CET.
  • NiHu 1.0 is released on 2013.09.13. featuring
    • C++ template library
      • A general core functionality for the evaluation of weighted residuals
      • Specialisations for Helmholtz and Laplace kernels
    • Matlab interface providing
      • Parametric mesh generation
      • Easy plot generation and post-processing
      • Compatibility with other software
    • Various tutorials
      • Guiding you through the implementation of different problems from basic to more complicated ones using the C++ template library of NiHu.
      • Discussing the usage of the Matlab interface for solving different types of boundary element problems by means of implementing mex functions and calling them from Matlab.
      • Helping you starting the development of your own codes relying on NiHu.

Contact information

NiHu is developed by the coworkers of the Laboratory of Acoustics and Studio Technologies at the Department of Networked Systems and Services of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics.

Members of the development team are:

Please feel free to contact any of the developers with your questions or comments regarding NiHu. Your feedbacks are also greatly appreciated.


NiHu is distributed under the GNU General Public License