This site is used for planning and coordination of the efforts of the JModelica.org developer community. For downloads, documentation and project overview, please visit http://www.jmodelica.org. If you would like to report a bug, drop us a line in the project forum.
If you would like to get a quick overview of development the plans, have a look at the Roadmap page, where the next release is listed. You will find an overview of the improvements scheduled for inclusion in the release, and you can also follow our progress in terms of completed tasks. The Timeline page displays our day to day efforts and also gives an indication of the current activity in the project. The source code of the project can be browsed at the Browse source page (and is also available at https://svn.jmodelica.org). Tickets (i.e., what needs to be done in the project) may be queried at the Tickets page - perhaps the feature you are looking for or the bug you are about to report is already in the system? Of course, you are very welcome to grab a ticket, submit a patch and let us know about your interests - we are looking forward to see you in the forum!
JModelica.org is an extensible Modelica-based open source platform for optimization, simulation and analysis of complex dynamic systems. The main objective of the project is to create an industrially viable open source platform for optimization of Modelica models, while offering a flexible platform serving as a virtual lab for algorithm development and research. As such, JModelica.org is intended to provide a platform for technology transfer where industrially relevant problems can inspire new research and where state of the art algorithms can be propagated form academia into industrial use. JModelica.org is a result of research at the Department of Automatic Control, Lund University, and is now maintained and developed by Modelon AB in collaboration with academia.