# IMTEK Mathematica Supplement

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The **IMTEK Mathematica Supplement** (IMS for short) is an open source Mathematica AddOn that aims to provide a wealth of tutorials and packages for Scientific and Engineering purposes, mainly focused on finite element simulations but going far beyond. It is developed at the Chair for Microsystem Simulation at the **Institut für Mikrosystemtechnik (IMTEK)**, Albert Ludwigs University of Freiburg, Germany.

The three aims of IMS-development are

- to provide useful Mathematica computation, visualization and simulation packages (along with complete documentation)
- to provide easy-to-use, hands-on tutorials for University teaching purposes
- to extend and facilitate Mathematica's capabilities to import and export data formats with interface packages (e.g. to ANSYS)

The covered areas of the IMS are

- Computational Geometry
- Meshing (Voronoi, Delaunay, triangle, tetrahedron, polygon)
- Graphs
- Electric Circuits (including full transient, DC and AC analysis)
- Process Emulation of typical microstructuring steps

- Data Structures
- Differential Equation Systems
- Partial Differential Equations
- Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations
- Coupled Partial Differential Equations
- Discretization with different methods
- Model Order Reduction
- Solving

- Game Theory

with accompanying utilities, lectures and tips for a thorough understanding of the theoretical background and the used techniques.

## See also

## External links

- IMTEK Mathematica Supplement (IMS),
**download**the Open Source IMTEK Mathematica Supplement (IMS) - EasyMesh, a 2-D mesh generator
- IMTEK

- Wolfram Research
- Mathematica (Wolfram Research)
- Wiki-Mathematica, a Mathematica-users wiki
- MASH, a UNIX-scripting interface to Mathematicade:Mathematica

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