Welcome to the FLEUR-project
This is the homepage of FLEUR, a feature-full, freely available FLAPW (full-potential linearized augmented planewave) code, based on density-functional theory. The FLAPW-Method is an all-electron method which within density functional theory is universally applicable to all atoms of the periodic table and to systems with compact as well as open structures. It is widely considered to be the most precise electronic structure method in solid state physics.
FLEUR is one of the flagship codes of the MaX-Centre of Excellence. Within MaX we aim at creating a new FLEUR version fit for the challenges of high-throughput and exascale computing.
Fleur is part of the juDFT family of codes developed in Jülich.
For new users interested in the code we recommend to start with our interactive tutorial.
To obtain FLEUR have a look at out download page
For instructions on how to cite FLEUR please consult the 'references' page in the user documentation
FLEUR is mainly developed at the Forschungszentrum Jülich at the Institute of Advanced Simulation and the Peter Grünberg Institut. A overview on the involved persons is available here.