Matthias Hochsteger

has studied applied mathematics focusing on computational science at TU Wien. He is active in the development of Netgen/NGSolve since 2014 and responsible for core development our spin off CERBSim.

Prof. Dr. Joachim Schöberl

has been developing Netgen/NGSolve over the past 20 years at his research positions in Linz (JKU, Ricam), at RWTH Aachen and at the TU Wien. He is currently professor of mathematics at the TU Wien and one of the leading experts for modern finite element methods.

Christopher Lackner

has studied applied mathematics at the TU Wien and contributed to Netgen/NGSolve since 2015. He is CEO of CERBSim and responsible for application-specific development.