One of the main outputs of the research conducted within DyCon ERC Project is the development of new computational
methods and tools (algorithms, tutorials, sample codes, software, simulations, and so on), all of which are constantly
being integrated in our computational platform.
DyCon Blog offers a higher layer of the computational platform, gathering the work that is currently taking place
inside the DyCon team. The goal of this computational blog is to share the valuable knowledge that was collected and
gained throughout the DyCon ERC Project's life cycle.
This tutorial explains how to use the Dirichlet-Neumann method to coordinate the numerical solutions of two linear heat equations with strong jumps in the material coefficients accross a common interface.