ALBERT - An adaptive hierarchical finite element toolbox
How to obtain ALBERT
Currently, ALBERT works without problems on Linux PCs, DEC, HP, SGI, and SUN workstations. OpenGL (e.g. Mesa) is a plus, BLAS is a must.
ALBERT is freely distributed for research and education, but you have to obtain a license from us.
Just download the license
print and fill it (in block letters), and send two copies back to us at
The license has to be signed by the director of the department/institute. You will then receive ALBERT by email.
In order to use the visualization libraries gltools and/or GRAPE, you have to contact the owners for a license, too.